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Vale Virginia Wilson 1966-2018

It’s with great sadness that I note the passing of a good friend, Virginia Wilson.

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Notes From A Very Long Drive

A long looping road trip, to see and judge art, find vintage paperbacks, and the search for something amazing…

Simon Sellars’ Applied Ballardianism: “When you have to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk.”

“I always think of Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly when he’s ambushed by a man who talks so much he doesn’t realise Tuco has whipped his gun out. Tuco kills him, then gives the corpse some excellent advice: ‘When you have to shoot, shoot. Don’t talk.’ Likewise, with academics: when you have to argue, argue. Don’t blather on.”

Interview: Ian Haig’s ‘Foaming Node’

“The human body, technology, transformation, mutation, cannibalism, the discovery of a new human organ…” 

Transformations through time: Paul White’s iconic realities

“My process became a meditation not only on the image but also personally; a way of dealing with, slowing down and processing the world around me.”

Louise Zhang: Hungry Ghosts

“Art World Eats Its Young!”. I thought it was fantastic as it certainly feels true to me …in a laughably sad sort of way…”

Interview: Nigel Sense’s ‘Workers and Wankers’

“An unapologetic practice that embraces my flaws, my strengths and my bad time management. I am just going to paint what I see.”

More than just flesh and bone: Kieran Bryant’s embodied environment

“The fountains, canals, sewer systems and water supply networks of the city….”

Interview: Kathryn Cowen’s Gardens of Wonder

” I am very interested in the battle between figuration and abstraction.”

Lucy Vader: Rain Dances for Good Rainfall

“It’s all about the horizon, and the ability to create an abstract colour field in the vertical sense, and a depth of space in the horizontal axis but from the viewer’s perspective…”