On Cultural Translation

In an era when identity politics is being co-opted into wider nationalist agendas and diversity increasingly embroiled in ethnic division and ...

Jamie Crewe: Female Executioner | Review

Gasworks  | 26 January – 26 March 2017 “Emancipatory politics must always destroy the appearance of a ‘natural order’, must reveal ...

New East Cinema: Yury Bykov, The Fool

The first in a trilogy of New East Cinema screenings presenting significant recent works from Eastern Europe, The Fool is a modern day fable of the ...

Naama Tsabar: Transitions | Review

Paramo Gallery, Guadalajara | 29 January - 19 March 2016   ‘More than colors and forms, it is sounds and their arrangements that ...

Catherine Parsonage: a wrist that turns

Catalogue Essay   Throughout her practice, Parsonage has pursued the ultimate reduction of the female form; condensing the body to its ...

Eddie Peake: The Forever Loop | Review

Barbican  |   9 October 2015 – 10 January ...

Letter from Sweden

Henna-Riikka Halonen, Eden, The Pow(d)er of Fear at Lilith Performance ...

Eva Kotátková: A Storyteller’s Inadequacy | Review

Modern Art Oxford |  30 November 2013 – 2 February ...

Aims without Objectives: Artist Placement Group and The Potential of Uncertain Outcomes

ABSTRACT As public funding for the arts in the UK becomes increasingly vulnerable to Neoliberal attitudes, the demand for ...

The Mosireen Collective

Born out of the revolution, the non-profit media collective, Mosireen, have captured a multitude of extraordinary insights into the political ...

Towards Molecular Curating

In January 2012, Nigeria broke into nationwide civil resistance against the government’s elimination of oil subsidies - regarded by many of the ...

Omer Fast: 5,000 Feet is the Best | Review

Imperial War Museum   |  29 July – 29 September ...

The Artist as Cynic

In Greek philosophy, the scandalous Cynics eschewed conventional desires in favour of a simple life, practising parrhesia, the act of speaking ...

The Case of Khaled Mohamed Saeed

On 6 June 2010, Khaled Mohamed Saeed, a young Egyptian, died at the hands of police officers after a brutal beating in a suburb of Alexandria. ...

A Review of Institutional Critique | Nedko Solakov: All in Order, With Exceptions

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham  | 21 September – 13 November 2011 Fondazione Galleria Civica, Trento | 8 October 2011 – 5 February ...

Stuart Brisley: Next Door (the missing subject) | Review

PEER London 29 February to 28 April 2012   In May 2010, the UK general elections exemplified the widespread uncertainty of the ...

Curator Series #5: Bouvard and Pécuchet’s Compendious Quest for Beauty | Review

David Roberts Art Foundation London 5 April to 9 ...