Juliet Jacques is a writer, filmmaker, broadcaster and academic. Her short story collection, Variations, was published by Influx Press in June. She lives in London, UK.
To coincide with an exhibition at Mimosa House, London, Juliet Jacques asks how we respond to influential but marginalized historical figures
‘Surrealism Beyond Borders’ is a comprehensive overview of one of the 20th century’s most influential movements
With the mass displacement of communities and local businesses, Dalston’s long-standing diversity has become a much hyped-up marketing ploy, but can Ridley Road Market survive this re-brand?
Juliet Jacques reviews the writer and activist’s new book, which tackles head-on the insurgent culture war around trans liberation and condemns media misrepresentations
Agar has been widely associated with the European avant-garde movement but, as Whitechapel Gallery’s retrospective makes clear, she sought to define no one’s image but her own
As the prestigious award announces a shortlist comprised of artist collectives, Juliet Jacques reflects on UK government funding cuts to the arts after more than a decade of austerity
The subject of retrospective at the London Short Film Festival, Videofreex’s Guerrilla TV tactics preceded the use of citizen-shot footage in contemporary media
Why the Conservatives are wrong to dismiss the British public's intelligence and imagination
Juliet Jacques examines the political motives behind the removal of works in Oslo, London and the former Yugoslavia
Performa’s online exhibition ‘Bodybuilding’ is an intriguing attempt to bring live and spatial work to the screen
In 1969, sculpture students were kept in isolation and prohibited from keeping whatever they made – an approach contested at the time and inconceivable now
Juliet Jacques speaks to the pioneering writer and theorist about her new book, ‘Reverse Cowgirl’, an ‘auto-ethnography’ of the self
Mendacious news stories, industrial farming videos and leaking pipes infiltrate London’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Juliet Jacques profiles the photographer Lisetta Carmi who sensitively documented the lives of her friends
The artist and psychogeographer discusses building on the protests of the past
From organizing against arts cuts to an ‘Acid Corbynist’ listening session, can Momentum’s festival of ideas foster collective hope against right-wing media and politicians?
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani fill Margate’s Turner Contemporary with imagined communities and cities
A timely show at the Netherlands’ Cobra Museum is devoted to eight women connected with the mid-century avant-garde movement
The BFI’s new boxset highlights the important part women played in establishing cinema as an artistic medium
A new book wants to understand the individuals – and identities – beneath the ‘somewhat derogatory label’
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