Author: Trebuchet Magazine

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. - Aristotle

Trebuchet Podcast 15 – Art and Ecology

Live discussion on Aubrey Williams, Sound composition by Foster Neville, and an article on Cristina Iglesias...

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Beyond the Specific Object

A preview of Lars Morell: Tickling Fingers, Infinite View...

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Venice Biennale 2024: Gail Olding

Gail Olding to show at Venice Biennale 2024...

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Digital Renaissance

Digital art reflecting traditional visions...

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Art on a Postcard – War Child Auction

Charity auction for War Child charity...

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Bids For Survival: Michael Schindhelm

The possibilities of reversing the aging process...

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Trebuchet 15: Installation Art / Out now

Trebuchet 15 Installation Art - Out now...

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The Concrete Ethereal: Keiko Kimoto

A review of Keiko Kimoto at Impulse Gallery, Lucerne, 2024...

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Colony Room Scenes: Peter Clark

Images from The Colony Room: Peter Clark...

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The Light of James Johnston

A love of symbolist northern landscapes...

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Set in Stone? The Future is Female

All-female sculpture takes on gender bias in the art world...

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An App for Art: Fair Art Fair

An interview with Fair Art Fair founder Stacie McCormick. ...

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Amass: Rune Christensen

Unified geometry in Rune Christensen's Amass...

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Playground Videos: Marck

Experimental playgrounds of video sculpture...

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Family Ties: The Hudsons

An exhibition by the Hudson Family at the Claridge's Artspace...

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Killer, Crime and Faith: Simon Bonney Interview

An interview with Simon Bonney from Crime and the City Solution...

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Art & Ecology: Out Now

Trebuchet 14: Art & Ecology - Out now! ...

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Exhibited Histories of Erasure

State of Disappearance, Bristol 2023...

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Spatial Views of Abstraction: Sinta Tantra

A preview of Sinta Tantra's show Shades of Gaiety...

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Seismic Art: Visions of Science

A preview of Seismic: Art Meets Science at Giant...

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Epistrophies and Heads: Tony Bevan

A preview of Epistrophies and Heads an exhibition by Tony Bevan...

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Deep Craft: Ecology and creation in folk-inspired art

Acts of Gathering. Art connecting the agricultural, social and the ritual. ...

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Cultural Ecology: Contemporary Art in Marrakech, IZZA

A review of contemporary Art Hotel IZZA, Marrakech...

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Meta-Narrative Photography: Matt Saunders Interview

'I see how they interact and where they can arrive' An interview with artist Matt Saunders ...

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Arrival in Baksi, Discovering Responsibility, Art and Vuslat’s Turkish Emanet

A review of Emanet by Vuslat at the Baksi museum, in Bayburt Turkey. ...

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Power Up! Radical Community in the Sustainable Service of Art. 

Sustainability as an institutional force. A review of the Burn Out Symposium, July 2023, Luckenwalde, Germany. ...

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Devil’s Teeth, No Repeat: The Book of Peter Murphy

A review of 'the line between...' Peter Murphy lyrics 1980-2014. ...

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Celestial Art: Gail Olding and Trina Bohan

Descriptions of the firmament: Gail Olding and Trina Bohan...

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Urban Lineages in José Parlá

A preview of José Parlá - Phosphene at Ben Brown Arts ...

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Technical Ecstasy: Aubrey Williams

Technical expressions of a meaning system meant to be understood in the abstract. Preview of Aubrey Williams: Future Conscious...

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