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Juliet Jacques

Juliet Jacques is a writer, filmmaker, broadcaster and academic. Her short story collection, Variations, was published by Influx Press in June 2022. She lives in London, UK.

The innovative founder and curator of Mimosa House, London, discusses ‘transfeminisms’, an ambitious new show 

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A new show at Tate Modern reminds us of the impact she made and the possibilities she opened for other artists, from Marina Abramović to Brian Eno

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From a rare display of works by Anna Mendelssohn at Whitechapel Gallery to Ellie Pratt’s distorted female portraits at South Parade

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Based on first-person testimony, the experimental hybrid opera-film explores class, censorship and how conflict and trauma are depicted

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The artist fluctuates between meditation and masochistic intensity at London’s Whitechapel Gallery

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The inaugural show at London’s reopened Raven Row presents episodes of ‘Open Door’, a radical 1970s media production model 

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Artists and writers, including Huw Lemmey and John Smith, select their favourite programmes from the broadcaster’s history

At Sprüth Magers, London, the artist transforms the galleries into a labyrinthine changing room dripping with anticipation of future performances

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Juliet Jacques speaks to the artist – currently the subject of ‘Introspective’, a 50-film survey at London’s ICA and Close-Up Film Centre – about humour and simplicity 

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At Gasworks, London, the artist explores the possibilities that come with rejecting forms imposed by outsiders and creating our own

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To coincide with an exhibition at Mimosa House, London, Juliet Jacques asks how we respond to influential but marginalized historical figures

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‘Surrealism Beyond Borders’ is a comprehensive overview of one of the 20th century’s most influential movements

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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?  

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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 

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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

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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

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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

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Why the Conservatives are wrong to dismiss the British public's intelligence and imagination

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Juliet Jacques examines the political motives behind the removal of works in Oslo, London and the former Yugoslavia

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Performa’s online exhibition ‘Bodybuilding’ is an intriguing attempt to bring live and spatial work to the screen

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