It is in this discourse that they believe they can best make themselves heard - must have a place in which to express themselves or to find themselves expressed, whether directly or indirectly. In... More > short, language is given not in the content of the... programme? This Is Not a Programme... nor in their form but through their relations, the necessarily disharmonious ensemble that they constitute. With this discontinuity that they preserve through this non closure, there will be a search for a more radical language that is situated outside discourse, outside of culture, and that while being declarative, should continue to maintain the incessant work of questioning. WE HAVE WON. We are essentially irregular... Weak. Weak. Weak. Resistance. You with your new Uni pals... standing bragging... An Educational Complex. Bound to a temporal irregular< Less
Shall we turn around and face the wall and not look at each other… not talk to each other?
Nicola Harlow, Trish Bould, Amy Todman, Susan Wood, Kathy Oldridge, Melanie Rose, Edward Dorrian and... More > Charlotte Knox-Williams.< Less
What does it mean to think of a book as exhibition? Or an exhibition as a publication? Is there something useful in such cross overs? On what level do such exchanges occur - as creative metaphors, as... More > prompts and suggestions, as practical possibilities? How does “distribution” and “publication” apply to both these contexts? Should we cultivate a fluid leixcon, or hold to a distinctiveness of book and exhibition practices?< Less
2a How does an (extra-institutional?) small artist-run space really operate within the institutional framework of Tate?
2b Can a school run in collaboration establish a site for practical enquiry... More > and critical intervention?
2c Does the idea of the school-as-event allow both the site of this event (Museum) and the role of its participants to be openly questioned?
2d Can this constitute a ‘Practice’ that critiques ideas of ‘participatory activity’?< Less
...a world of impossible beauty. Seeing it, The Public are moved to tears of sadness. How could we ever have mistrusted Art? they ask. But trust and closeness are now possible! Even the imaginary... More > existence of the exquisite place depicted here gives us hope. Speaking with one another, they resolve to live better, deeper and more meaningful lives.
Christine Sullivan and Rob Flint, Jonathan Trayner, Charlotte Knox-Williams, Neil Ferguson, Sheila Buckley, Karen Turner and Wendy Scott, Sassa Nikolakouli, Andrew Cooper, Kim Wan, Edward Dorrian, John Greene, Joe Duggan< Less