April 2014

Island Life

Dan Fox asks six artists, writers and curators to reflect on the role of contemporary art in the Caribbean

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April 2014

What is Design?

by Alice Rawsthorn discusses the role of design as an agent of change, from prehistory to today

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Exit Ghosts

Phantoms and immaterial labour in the films of Agnieszka Kurant by Agnieszka Gratza

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Form Follows Folly

Architecture, whimsy and the Gwangju Biennale by Joseph Grima

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April 2014

Histories of Violence

Has 12 Years a Slave finally exorcised Hollywood's racist legacy? Morgan Quaintance considers representations of slavery on screen.

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April 2014

Adapt to Change

The films of Albert Serra by Bert Rebhandl

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April 2014

Something in the Water

Magali Reus is part of a group of young, London-based artists exploring sleek surfaces and abject bodies by Amy Sherlock

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April 2014

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Postcard from the North East of England: AV Festival 2014

Postcard from the North East of England: AV Festival 2014

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