Sarah Forrest

April 14, 2011

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The Hook and the Artist. Sarah was influenced by The Infinite Conversation by Maurice Blanchot when making this piece of work.

Richard Wentworth

April 14, 2011

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“I grew up in a world held together with string and brown paper and sealing wax, and that’s how it was. I slowly realised that this is the underlying condition of the world, and there’s nothing I like more than when, for example, there’s been a near disaster at NASA and they say: ‘If it […]

Motomiya Kaoru

March 15, 2011

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New York Arts Magazine “Her current research concerns transformations in the image of the human body over the centuries, and cultural variations on the same theme. Her two-dimensional format derives from nineteenth-century Japanese scientific prints. In her three-dimensional works she often focuses on the rabbit, a popular image in Japanese consumer culture, where it is […]

Roni Horn

March 15, 2011

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Guardian: “A New Yorker now in her 50s, Horn has made repeated journeys to Iceland, sometimes for extended periods. There, amid the volatile geology, the hot springs and lava and sea, she has produced much of her work. She is greatly concerned with difference and sameness. Water changes state, weather changes everything. Is this the […]

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David Bellingham

March 15, 2011

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Ideas Leave Objects Standing David Bellingham’s website. The Changing Room, Stirling press release: “David Bellingham’s work takes many forms: from sculptures in galleries1; visual poetry on swimming pool floats and cafémugs2; to books, pamphlets, cards3 and other printed material published by his imprint Wax366.  With Wax366 he hasalso collaborated with other artists including Ian Hamilton Finlay, […]

Anya Gallaccio

March 12, 2011

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“Anya Gallaccio has been invited to create a new site-specific installation for the Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain. The Duveen Galleries Sculpture Commission, supported this year by Malvern Water, is a prominent and prestigious biennial event in the exhibition programme at Tate Britain. The first Commission, for the launch of Tate Britain in 2000, was undertaken […]

Doris Salcedo

March 11, 2011

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Shibboleth 2007 – Tate Modern website: “Doris Salcedo’s Shibboleth is the first work to intervene directly in the fabric of the Turbine Hall. Rather than fill this iconic space with a conventional sculpture or installation, Salcedo has created a subterranean chasm that stretches the length of the Turbine Hall. The concrete walls of the crevice are […]

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