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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.”

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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…”

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…”

Interview: Matthew de Moiser – Memory Vessels

“To me this work sits somewhere between Howard Arkley’s celebration of suburbia and Robin Boyd’s contempt for it….”

Interview: Monika Behrens’ thinking images

“With my work, I propose that floral paintings involve the mirroring of time and dimensions beyond their symbols and icons.”

Why A Mountain: An Interview with Peter Daverington

“Everything felt so cool and consolidated like there was some agreement amongst the art establishment of what is serious and what is not. Romantic Landscape painting was literally a no go zone, career suicide, so that appealed to me. What happened though is that I really came to love it and through some curious fate I ended up living in the Hudson Valley.”