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Posts Tagged ‘Video Art’

Visual Music

The curator of The Book Club's 'Visual Music', Alex Marshall talks to us about semiotics, Fantasia and the universal mirror of Art. But he insists, that it all may be bullshit.

Written by Amica Lane

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When coming to chose a degree upon my emancipation from the grim steely hell that I refer to as ‘high school’ I had had intended to pursue Fine Art. But whilst browsing courses in the UCAS guide, pill I came across a course entitled ‘Live Art’ that struck my fancy, diagnosis due to it’s proclivity towards video art and installation, which I considered to be a very interesting and an undervalued aspect of art that was mostly overlooked in favour of more traditional art. Never one to turn away from the chance to do something weird… read more

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Rachel Maclean Interview: Going Bananas

Rachel Maclean talk to us about Britney Spears, identity crisis and her obsession with a certain yellow fruit...

Written by Calum Ross

All images courtesy of Rachel Maclean Creating an alternative reality, illness part fantasy, decease part commercial playground, Glasgow based artist Rachel Maclean produces work dealing with the notions of culture, […]

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Harun Farocki at Raven Row: Against What? Against Whom?

Contributor Hannah Osborne saunters into Raven and is enthralled by video artist Farocki's arresting montages

Written by Hannah Osborne

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Written by Alice Watson

Undercover: Lingerie Exhibition at the Fashion and Textiles Museum “Welcome to Limehouse.” With those words, about it Jarvis Cocker set off on the latest instalment of his 30 year musical […]