Helen Charman is a writer and academic based in Glasgow. Her first book, MOTHER STATE, is forthcoming from Allen Lane. She teaches in the English Studies department at Durham University.
An exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts interrogates the relationship between memory, experience and preservation
At the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, the artist activates the archives of Scotland’s most influential carpet designers, James Templeton & Co Ltd and Stoddard International plc
At Dundee Contemporary Arts, the first UK institutional presentation of the film k.364 ruminates on ancestral trauma, travel and music
A characteristically understated exhibition at The Modern Institute uses light and domestic materials to allude to inimical forces at play in the home
Awarding the Nobel to a Milosevic apologist, splitting the Booker Prize, and the death of the Western canon’s most ardent defender: what is the political function of literary culture today?
The prolific Polish writer has a complicated relationship to nationality
The way in which we talk about these accolades tends to hyperbole; artworks are not created in a financial vacuum
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