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  • Corridor8 — | Contemporary Art & Writing Journal
    one of the participating artists in British Art Show 8 which opened initially in Leeds in October 2015 and will go on to travel around the country to Edinburgh Norwich and Southampton before closing in 2017 The following conversation took place over a number of weeks between Read more Print Issue Issue 3 Set Plus Limited Edition Screen Printed Binder Read more Online Editor Picks Interview Jesse Wine x Corridor8

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  • Events | Corridor8 —
    on Twitter North West Writers Meet Greet 6 9pm Wednesday 17 September 2014 North West Writers Meet Greet at the Harris Museum Art Gallery Preston Writer Blogger Journalist Publication Join us The Double Negative Creative Tourist and friends for our next meet and greet We ve long been of the mind that there s strength in numbers That having friends Share on Facebook Share on Twitter NW Writers Meet and Greet Thursday 13 March 6pm Common Manchester We re once again joining together with our friends The Double Negative and Creative Tourist to host an evening where prospective writers and any interested parties can meet us and each other and find out about our publications Our first meeting was in Liverpool last August and our next is in Manchester on Thursday Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The Art Party Conference The Spa Scarborough Saturday 23rd November 2 00pm 2 00am Corridor8 will be attending this hugely important and entertaining event about the future of arts and education The event will be showcasing a wealth of artistic talent with opportunities for debating the future of arts and education There will be artists interventions performances film screenings Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The Manchester Print Fair Saturday 12th October 2013 will see the second appearance by Corridor8 at the Manchester Print Fair The Fair is a growing curated event that aims to bring the best and most interesting print and art publications to the city Special highlights at our table include For Manchester sale only short run facsimile colour Share on Facebook Share on Twitter NW Writers Meet and Greet Wednesday 8 August 6pm Static Gallery We re joining together with our friends The Double Negative and Creative Tourist to host an evening where prospective writers and any interested parties

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  • Online | Corridor8 —
    Newcastle upon Tyne Review B Wurtz BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead Review Liverpool Provocations A series of artistic interruptions Liverpool Article A visit to Modern History Vol III Bury Art Museum Bury Review The Late Great Planet Earth Bury Sculpture Centre Bury Review Follow FACT Foundation for Art and Creative Technology Liverpool Interview Katrina Palmer The Necropolitan Line The Henry Moore Institute Leeds Review VARC in the CITY Abject

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  • Print | Corridor8 —
    Bob Dickinson on Manchester a major feature on the John Moores Buy this now Issue 3 3 The third part of the special 4 part Issue 3 includes profiles of Art Schools across the North by Grace Harrison Paul Rooney on Liverpool novelist Jenny Diski on memories of a free school Frederic Tuten on Jenny Diski plus online art and writing magazine Soanyway s first excursion into print with Buy this now Issue 3 2 Second in the 4 part Issue 3 includes interviews with the artist led spaces by Rebecca Morrill and Mark Doyle Robert Clark on Sheffield Jan Herman on Richard Kostelanetz and an artist insert including new works by Anna Barham Pavel Büchler Ben Jeans Houghton Richard Kostelanetz Charlotte Morgan Roger Luckhurst Carol Mavor Buy this now Issue 3 1 First in the 4 part Issue 3 includes interviews with the North s commercial galleries Matthew Hearn on Newcastle Iris Priest on Cerith Wyn Evans Paul Usherwood on James Hugonin and special inserts by Northern Art Prize short listed artist James Hugonin and novelist Lavinia Greenlaw Buy this now Issue 2 The special Borderlands edition featuring Eliza Oliver on ex Cabaret Voltaire sound recordist Chris Watson Carol

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  • Information | Corridor8 —
    Corridor In 2010 he resurrected Corridor as a contemporary arts and writing journal Corridor8 Roger McKinley was Editor for the first two editions and Bryony Bond became Editor in 2011 Advertise with Corridor8 Corridor8 now offer online advertising To find out more download our advertising plan Published by Corridor8 97 Vantage Quay 5 Brewer Street Manchester M1 2ER info corridor8 co uk 44 0 161 236 5885 Designed by Dust Riverside 10 Sheafbank Works Sheffield S2 3EN studio du st 44 0 114 258 2266 http du st Distribution by Central Books sasha centralbooks com www centralbooks com Corridor8 is funded by Arts Council England Publisher Michael Butterworth mb corridor8 co uk Sara Inkster si corridor8 co uk Creative Director Jo McGonigal jm corridor8 co uk Executive Producer Roger McKinley rm corridor8 co uk Contributing Editor Lauren Velvick lv corridor8 co uk Web Editors Rebecca Senior Leeds Yorkshire rs corridor8 co uk Louise Winter Newcastle Tyne Wear Humber lw corridor8 co uk Rachel McDermott Newcastle Tyne Wear Humber rm2 corridor8 co uk James Schofield Manchester Lancashire js corridor8 co uk Georgina Wright Liverpool Merseyside gw corridor8 co uk Press and Marketing Alison Gunn ag corridor8 co uk Advertising Charlotte Morgan

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  • Subscribe & Buy | Corridor8 —
    World 19 99 GBP Buy Issue 1 Please select your postal region UK 10 99 GBP Europe 13 99 GBP Rest of World 16 99 GBP Buy the Luxury Binder Separately Buy the luxury binder separately for 6 00 Limited edition of 150 To pay by credit card via PayPal please pay as follows Please select your postal region UK 6 00 GBP Europe 8 00 GBP Rest of World 9 00 GBP Pay for Issue 1 2 Reduced Rate Please select your postal region UK 20 00 GBP Europe 26 00 GBP Rest of World 30 00 GBP UK Stockists View UK Stockists BIRMINGHAM Ikon Shop B1 2HS BRADFORD Daily News BD7 1AL BRISTOL Spike Island BS1 6UX Arnolfini Books BS1 4QA CANTERBURY J G Palmer newsstand CT1 1BA GATESHEAD BALTIC Centre NE8 3BA GLASGOW Artstore G5 8RS Aye Aye Bookshop G2 3JD LEEDS Henry Moore Institute LS1 3AH the artmarket kunstfreund Merrion Market LS2 8NJ Project Space Leeds PSL LS1 4EH LIVERPOOL News From Nowhere L1 4HY Liverpool Biennial Vistors Centre Tate Liverpool Bookshop L3 4BB Walker Art Gallery Bookshop L3 8EL LONDON BFI Film Store SE1 8XT Camden Arts Centre Bookshop NW3 6DG ICA Bookshop SW1Y 5AH London Review Bookshop WC1A 2JL Saatchi Gallery Bookshop SW3 4SQ Tate Modern SW1P 4RG Walther Koenig Books W2 3XA Shreeji News W1U 7PT PENZANCE Newlyn Art Gallery The Exchange TR18 2NL MANCHESTER Cornerhouse M1 5NH Bureau Gallery M1 2EQ Bionic Seven Clothes Shop M14 1EQ MIDDLESBROUGH Platform A Gallery TS1 1EG NEWCASTLE The NewBridge Project NE1 8AW Vane Gallery NE1 6QE SHEFFIELD The Old Sweet Shop S7 1RU Thouart S1 2PD S1 Artspace S1 4JT Site Gallery S1 2BS International Stockists View International Stockists AUSTRALIA Mag Nation Melbourne Mag Nation Sydney Mag Nation Auckland BELGIUM Sterling Books Brussels DENMARK Museet

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  • Review: BALTIC 39 | FIGURE THREE: Cath Campbell and Martin John Callanan, Newcastle upon Tyne | Corridor8 —
    making created from amateur travel videos from YouTube edited together and translated using Google translate to lead to deliberate misunderstandings The exhibition space is divided by a series of screens that make up a backstage area where an excerpt from the description of Six Gallery San Francisco which in 1955 hosted readings from the Beat Generation Poets is posted on the wall and the front of stage area where the performers read the poem created for the video in the absence of performers a video plays on video monitors on the back wall The work weaves together the travel experiences of many individuals which can now be easily accessed through self publishing platforms such as YouTube as opposed to at the time the Beat Generation were writing when one of the only ways to access these experiences was to experience it yourself Martin John Callanan s Each and Every Command is comprised of eleven thick tomes laid out on minimalist wheeled tables There are archive gloves on hand to allow visitors to leaf through the books The text contained within details every edit command made by the artist on Photoshop in the last twelve years Callanan is interested in the artist s place within systems The use of computer language within the works points to a reliance on programs such as Photoshop and presents the working that cannot be identified by just looking at the final image It leads the viewer to question what is more important the idea behind an image or the visuals themselves It also brings to mind that we live in a time of oversharing in which any information is worth sharing publicly This is exacerbated by the fact that visitors are invited to download the E book for their Kindle suggesting that by being raised

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  • Review: Hajra Waheed, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead | Corridor8 —
    prints of aircraft designs building plans and ballistic tests in Aerial Studies From Blimps to Bugs and KH 21 result from extensive research These works and perhaps especially the 24 drawings Signed R E Moon cleverly appear neither to be wholly factual nor wholly invented adding a tension to their apparent technical neutrality Video Installation Project is a looped sequence of ten short videos filmed in the Middle East in 2011 Sound and blackout setups for such screenings are often badly judged but here Baltic gets it exactly right Each clip stares at a single scene from a static camera waiting for events to happen A peacock runs through an unpeopled garden a muezzin calls across an empty stadium a wave curls against a reservoir wall The main story always seems to be somewhere off camera we see only the tip of the wave a guard stares out at the horizon and a tennis player s opponent remains out of shot This is surveillance of a kind and we are left to decide whether it is benign censored objective misdirected or purely speculative Several of the works capture a contemporary shift in our reading of god like aerial views of the land from conventional territory mapping to satellite bomb targeting and drones photographing our every backyard There is even earth from space in footage from a falling rocket which swings drunkenly back forth showing the planet in an unusually wobbly state and underlining the metaphorical instabilities Waheed is cyphering down below Her aesthetic is delicate and meticulous Dark realities of oppression and deceit are hinted there is plain discomfort in scratched images of war and religion and torn edges evoke forced separations None of this is graphic or visceral but neither is it smoothed away The works are traces of

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