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God Shave the Queen for the Art Bastard Show

West country wit and the sharp lancet of satire converge on the world of conceptual art. The Art Bastard show launches on YouTube...

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Hanging Offence – Investigating Art Curation

Investigating contemporary art curation the Hanging offence series has interviewed a number of gallerists, large and small, from around the globe. Despite the broad democratisation of art curation...

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Goat Meat, The Meat on the Street, We Love to Eat

Goat meat is becoming more popular in America, and in large part it's been due to the desire of immigrants to retain the tastes and preferences of their country of origin...

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Bursting the pink bubble of partisan fantasy

You do not actually believe that it is possible to vote away oligarchic rule and militarist/police state imperium… do you?...

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‘Scott Walker: 30 Century’ Director Stephen Kijak talks Backstreet Boys

'Let's make a film about something that at one point in your life you actively disliked, and try to find a way in'...

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I’m not particularly interested in redoing old films (Colin Vaines)

olin Vaines: writer, educator, film producer, cigar smoker and bon vivant is a busy man and his inscrutable demeanour contains an Old Media mix of interest, arch humour, confidence, and unsettling...

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Stuart Semple : Anxiety Generation

The emotive focus within Semple’s work then is desire and its role in creating anxiety, largely within the intersections of sex, power, or violence. ...

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GV Art : Lost in Fathoms

The show feels like stepping into a noir detective story, surrounding the disappearance of the island of Nuuk...

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Amy Winehouse : Art Exhibition

When I Walk In Your Shoes is a contemporary art exhibition in the aid of the Amy Winehouse Foundation....

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Make the Money, Change the Game [Part 2]

There's little to prepare you for paying for a drink and getting your change in three different currencies....

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James Narh (XXL Streetdance) : Interview

Street dance has to sit within contemporary culture to stand the test of time, and not end up as a fad that disappears after a session or two....

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Secret Garden Party Announce Lineup

The Secret Garden Party announces headliner and additional line up for 2014...

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Hanging Offence: Parallax Art Fair

Art objects do not have “magical healing” properties either. They cannot make people feel better or worse; informed or misinformed. That is wishful thinking. ...

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Touring Mbare Township (Part 2)

It’s a common problem I've encountered in Zimbabwe. If there’s one person there who is staunchly pro-Mugabe, he or she dominates the conversation, cowing others into quiet agreement....

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Slip Discs : Servants Jazz Quarters

A very varied night presented by the avowedly playful Slip Discs, committed to breaking down what they see as strict divisions between afficionados of contemporary composition and wider audiences...

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NOISE & whispers : GV Art

Produced partly in response to open call for sound works dealing with the interface between art and science, the show gives an overview of some of the main tendencies in contemporary sound art...

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Aesthetics and the Art of Audio Field Recording

'What is the artistic element of so seemingly ‘passive’ an activity as pointing a mic and pushing the record button?' Steven Miller teaches us how to record, and how to listen....

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Hanging Offence : Vitrine, Bermondsey Street

There is nothing better than entering an artist’s studio and just knowing that by collaborating with this person something amazing can be created...

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Art of Peace : Artraker Award Winners

In conflict, art and creativity can counter some of the media’s shortcomings in communicating the horrors of war and oppression, and remind us of the need to turn our attention, instead, to peace....

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Generation : GV Art

'Motherhood in a sense is a performance, that the artists too are re-rehearsing'. Trebuchet reports on Generation at London's GV Art gallery....

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Con-artist. I have respect for that (Lydia Lunch)

I do feel that it is a calling, to be a mouthpiece for some individuals that just feel they’re screaming and no sound is coming out....

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Helen Knowles : GV ART [Exhibition Details]

Knowles selects footage that portrays the women’s euphoria and attempts to capture the intense emotion of childbirth ...

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We Are Not All Trayvon Martin

Why tackling what happened to Trayvon Martin requires more than shouting his name and pretending you are the same....

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Sarah Corbett: Interview (Part 2)

In part 2 of this interview, Trebuchet's Sarah Corbett speaks to the Craftivist Collective's Sarah Corbett about political art, Tracey Emin and Occupy...

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Sarah Corbett: Interview (Part 1)

In part one of this interview, Trebuchet's Sarah Corbett speaks to the Craftivist Collective's Sarah Corbett about the growth of craftivism, practical issues and how craftivism can change and...

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Henry Diltz Interview [Part 2]

It was all peace and love; let the universe decide, do it the right way. That’s the way life should be and maybe it will....

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Restless Ribeiro : An Indian Artist in Britain

A leading painter during the 60s and 70s, he was considered THE leading Indian artist resident in the UK until he was overshadowed by changing tastes and the epic rise of Anish Kapoor...

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The Animals and Children Took to the Streets [Theatre]

Theatre that raises its game, incorporating elements of film and doing so without sacrificing plot, characterisation, and - oh, the rarity – charm!...

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Thatcher in DegreeArt

Will her image become a universal iconograph? And if it does, what exactly will it signify?...

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GV Art and Mind Symposium

GV Art, in partnership with Art and Mind, announce the attendance of Charles Ferneyhough at the GV Art and Mind Symposium 16 on May 7th....

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