Author: Trebuchet Magazine

Benji Reid: Beyond This Space

The transcendent choreo-photolist work of Benji Reid...

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Benji Reid announced as cover artist for Trebuchet Eight

No gravity, upward visions. Manchester artist Benji Reid announced as cover artist for Trebuchet Eight: Contemporary Surrealism...

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Spaceship Hype: Global Stakes Trapped in Story

Usually the truth is weirder than the hype, but in this case the truth is realer than the reality. Spaceship Earth a documentary on Biosphere 2....

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Revealing the Creative World of the City of London

A photography commission goes behind the scenes across the City of London to reveal its untold stories, hidden gems, and undiscovered creative champions....

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Whitechapel Gallery Launches Artists’ Film International Programme

Language is the common theme for this year's AFI programme, with every artist's film using language to intensify place. ...

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The Poorly Recorded Perfection of Mystic Priestess

Bottling the energy of 80s punk, Mystic Priestess rag the lip, light and throw us a classic in the Part Time Punks Sessions EP....

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In Sight of History

John Claridge: Being Aware. An interview with a legend on the photographing of legends...

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Twin Temple a coven of virtue, a covenant of sacred sin.

A vision of and interview with Satanic doo-Wop duo Twin Temple....

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Growing an Identity

Dr. Heba El Aziz: Petri Portraits. Interview on Bio-art and the new portraiture....

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Tearing the mouth of language

Nieto: Linguistic chaos. An interview with the most perverse artist in history, maybe....

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Symbolic Awards

An obscure review of the 2019 BP Portrait Awards...

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Making Light Work

Testifying the night through vision, relief and recognition. Exhibition review of "Luce: Jemma Appleby and Liz West" ...

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Photographic Reality

Justin Hession: Caught on film. An interview with a deep event photographer on the nature of representation....

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Nieto welcomes you to 2020

Nieto has a message for you video...

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Brains and Being

Luciana Haill: Portrait waves on the canvas of consciousness. Interview regarding brainwave mapping as portraiture....

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Portraits in Photography, Film and Drawing

Oona Grimes: Hail the new Etruscan. A dialectic form of drawing. ...

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Saucy, Piquant, With a Faustian Aftertaste

A film for a specific taste is Phillip Humm's The Last Faust really that indigestible? A review and an entreaty for more divisive filmmaking ...

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Heaven’s Above in Celestial Promise

Correcting nihilism through perspective, the painting of Mark Batty....

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Mixed Media: The Christmas Song of Emily Maitlis & Fiona Banner

Fresh from hauling Prince Andrew over the coals newsreader Emily Maitlis and art Fiona Banner have made a Christmas song....

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The Finer Details of History

Massimiliano Pironti: Hyperreality. An Interview with 2019 BP Award Finalist. ...

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The Ghost Inside the Artist

Patrick Tresset: Robotic Portraits. Understanding the purpose of art by design, an interview....

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Conveying Connection

Charlie schaffer: The Emotion of Experience. Interview with BP Portrait Award 2019 Winner...

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Dreamstates and Mystery

Markus Åkesson: Finding what is hidden. New Realism and Painting...

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Technical Innovation

Carl-Martin Sandvold: The big reveal. BP Award Nominee speaks to Trebuchet...

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Awaken Imagined Still Lives

Digital artist Dominic Harris brings art into a new dimension at the Halcyon gallery, London November 2019....

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Quiet Assumption: The rise of Cryo Chamber

Simon Heath's Dark Ambient label Cryo Chamber continues it's rising path of turbulent soundscapes and passionate drone....

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You’d Better Get Your Visualisations Right

Interview with Jaz Coleman – Magna Invocatio: A Gnostic Mass for Choir and Orchestra Inspired by the Sublime Music of Killing Joke...

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Satellite by Stephen Mallinder [Video]

Entrancing track by Cabaret Voltaire's Stephen Mallinder - Satellite Video...

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Artificialis at the Saatchi Gallery

Artificialis at the Saatchi Gallery takes as its starting point the Anthropocene era - the period when man first had an impact on Earth’s geology and ecosystems - then looks towards the future,...

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In a Cage by Zonal [Video]

Intense and heavy Zonal release a industrial riff on the Smashing Pumpkins - 'In a cage' on Relapse Video...

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