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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Blast Theory artist lifts trawler from water for Japan’s Aichi Triennale

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Last week (15 July) a 30-tonne fishing trawler was lifted from the water and into a dry dock site in central Nagoya, Japan as part of Blast Theory‘s participation in the Aichi Triennale with The Thing I’ll Be Doing For The Rest Of My Life by artist Ju Row Farr.   The boat was driven by lorry  Continue Reading »

Posted on July 23, 2013 at 2:25 pm

Interpretation Matters: Are You Talking to Me?

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Screengrab of ‘art speak’ as a search term using Google   The role of the exhibition, or gallery, text is being put under the spotlight by Dany Louise in a new website project, Interpretation Matters, and she wants arts institutions and audiences to have their say.   The project Interpretation Matters starts from recognising that  Continue Reading »

Posted on July 17, 2013 at 10:40 am

Call for applicants and submissions / Blast Theory and Aspex

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Two south-east organisations, unhealthy Blast Theory and Aspex, viagra order are calling for applicants and submissions with deadlines of 31 August and 12 August, capsule respectively.   Blast Theory Blast Theory is currently inviting applications for the 20 Wellington Road Residency and Volunteer Programmes for 2014.   Residency Programme: The Residency Programme is initiated and  Continue Reading »

Posted on July 16, 2013 at 3:44 pm

Elspeth Ross wins Sussex Artist Award / Pallant House Gallery

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Vintage Blouse by Elspeth Ross   The first prize winner of the Sussex Artist Award, clinic formerly the Open Art Competition, is Elspeth Ross who wins a solo show at Pallant House Gallery for her work Vintage Blouse.   Second runner up is Hugh Hamrick from Rackham for Green Chair and Owls, Interior and third  Continue Reading »

Posted on July 12, 2013 at 5:10 pm

Working Internationally: no reputation without representation

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Silentio Pathologia Installation, 2013. Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva.   Dany Louise reports on the importance for visual artists’ professional career development of forging relationships with galleries and dealers.   The Venice Biennale is taking place and attention is inevitably turning towards what is still the most prestigious of mainstream international art events. To be selected to show  Continue Reading »

Posted on July 12, 2013 at 2:32 pm