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  • Bryony Bond | Corridor8 — | Page 2
    Manchester Contemporary 2012 Review Liverpool Biennial 2012 Part 4 of issue 3 launch at The Manchester Contemporary Review CAVE Art Fair Service Provider at Liverpool Biennial 2012 Review Empire Drive in AND Festival Interview Polari Mission s Jez Dolan Interview Angie Atmadjaja Commentary The Revenge of Paper Gallery Review Dave Griffiths at Castlefield Gallery Newer events Older events Contact Corridor8 97 Vantage Quay 5 Brewer Street Manchester M1 2ER info

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/author/bryonybond/page/2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • SaraInkster | Corridor8 —
    artplayer Facebook Twitter Information Subscribe Buy Search SaraInkster Contact Corridor8 97 Vantage Quay 5 Brewer Street Manchester M1 2ER info corridor8 co uk 44 0 161 236 5885 Newsletter Name

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/author/sarainkster/ (2016-02-15)
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  • ARCHIVE: Neville Gabie at Corridor8 #2 launch | Corridor8 —
    housing in a solar powered glass refrigerator amidst the lush greenery of the park Seemingly an exotic addition to a quintessentially English garden the plant species in the gardens are themselves interlopers transported by their Victorian collectors A fascination with the effects of contextual changes wrought on objects moved through extremes of time and space and the cultural confluence to be found at such places as building sites this film

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/neville-gabiecorridor8-2-launch-25th-october-2010-liverpool-biennial-visitors%e2%80%99-centre/ (2016-02-15)
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  • ARCHIVE: Art School Alternatives | Corridor8 —
    alatento eu On Flying Through Dust Clouds Escaping Fog Factories Doing it yourself in the Cultural Borderlands Corridor8 2 2010 Underground With Duchamp Digging in and Tunneling Out forthcoming Line magazine http www guardian co uk edinburgh 2011 feb 03 edinburgh line magazine edinburgh college Participants in the Corridor8 symposium have since been involved in the formation of Strategies for Free Education http noinstitute wordpress com an artist led think tank and action group run by members of Disrupt Dominant Frequencies http www disruptdominantfrequencies net and No Fixed Abode http www nofixedabode org uk Upcoming is a conference with a more local educational slant by discussion platform Millpond http www millpond leeds co uk about and student co operative SLICE http www sliceleeds blogspot com Following the symposium Islington Mill Art Academy http www islingtonmill com index php have visited fellow participants Department 21 http www department21 net and symposium attendees The Glasgow Open School http gdiycommunity wordpress com Symposium participant Lady Lucy s current exhibition Whitechapel Gallery Staff Portrait Studio is open to the public until the 22 nd of May 2011 at Whitechapel Gallery London In March 2011 symposium attendees Alternative Strategies played host to a series of

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/art-school-alternatives-liverpool-biennial-2010-7th-october-2010/ (2016-02-15)
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  • ARCHIVE: Corridor8 #1 Launch July 2009 | Corridor8 —
    funds for world hunger Supported by the Arts Council This batch baked by Alastair from La Vecchia York and served at the Corridor8 launch Click here to see images taken by Chris Petit during his Supercity journey May 2008 for the first Issue of Corridor 8 Click here for Iain Sinclair shots of the SuperCity Click here to see Will Alsop Art Will Alsop s work can be seen at

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/corridor8-1-launch-july-2009/ (2016-02-15)
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  • ARCHIVE: Iain’s Sinclair’s talk at the launch of Corridor8 | Corridor8 —
    Patrick Walker on Vimeo Film by Linda Dutton and Janine McGinnies Sinclair s walk from Urbis to Ringway Manchester Airport conducted earlier in June formed the subject A round which he strung a fascinating array of impressions of the city giving the audience many original insights into its and his special nature He got hooked on Manchester and went on to spend the following day looking around New Islington in the nearby area of Ancoats Listeners to the talk were privy to a segment of Sinclair s Northern Journey a project that had started in the middle of the previous year when Sinclair was commissioned by Corridor8 to make two journeys through Will Alsop s SuperCity first with filmmaker Chris Petit by car and subsequently with wife Anna by bus pass These sections have been written up and are published in the magazine illustrated by Petit s and Sinclair s photography available from the Corridor8 Subscriptions and Orders page A podcast of the walk is available written by Sinclair and read by Swen Steinhauser A printed map carrying an Introduction by Sinclair will be available at Urbis until the end of August As will an accompanying childrens activity map Both

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/iain%e2%80%99s-sinclair%e2%80%99s-talk-at-the-launch-of-corridor8-july-16th-2009/ (2016-02-15)
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  • ARCHIVE: Iain Sinclair Audio Walk | Corridor8 —
    memoir The Emigrants Ocean going craft confirm Manchester s status as a port by sliding down the Ship Canal towering over terraces with dreamlike intimations of other worlds This landlocked building Urbis sleek and unexpected has turned its back on the River Irwell to face the town and its compact self contained centre Iain Sinclair To accompany the launch of Corridor8 in 2009 Iain Sinclair was commissioned by the magazine to conduct a walk through Manchester Taking a route from Urbis now the national Museum of Football to the edge of the city Sinclair s walk has been adapted and edited into a n audio walk read by theater maker Swen Steinhauser Walking through the city listeners can contemplate Sinclair s poetic illuminating and at times wry text This audio walk titled Listening for the Corncrake can be downloaded here With this audio walk listeners are able to retrace Sinclair s footsteps seeing Manchester through the eyes of this renowned psychogeographer An accompanying map and introduction to the walk is also available for download The walk itself and Sinclair s text offers a sneak preview of a major new work based in the North that the author is currently planning

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/listening-for-the-corncrake/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Review: Niamh O’Malley: Glasshouse, Bluecoat, Liverpool | Corridor8 —
    2011 is a geological study of a working Irish limestone quarry In the looped film O Malley distorts space and scale to create new cinematic images of the sedimentary rock Opaque glass obscures the lens and our perspective before being methodically pulled away Michael Carter acknowledged that the frame mediates the spectatorship experience by demarcating the boundaries between real and represented space O Malley is highly aware of this skillfully manipulating the boundaries between abstraction and figuration The addition of a black projection screen drinks up the vibrancy of the film further dramatizing the motion of the sliding lens while establishing a new space between site camera and viewer It is captivating Sculptural installation Window 2013 originally commissioned by Project Arts Centre dominates the second gallery space Slipping between internal and external languages of display the work consists of a large glass frame sunken into a wooden bench Structurally it s reminiscent of functional aesthetic structures on transport networks or public realm commissions albeit with Duchampian qualities However it s undeniably a painterly work a dialogue between the translucency of glass and the physicality of each mark Drawing on her training as a painter O Malley has engaged in brinksmanship with each mark an exchange that deliberately spills out into wider environments It s notable that anyone choosing to sit normally on the bench would be unable to view these marks is this another act of layering In a well considered curatorial set piece O Malley s video work Nephin 2014 a breathless circumnavigation of an Irish mountain shot from behind a car window engages in spatial dialogue with Bluecoat s glass and viscous concrete architecture The freestanding monitor and nearby tall beech frame overlays the external gallery windows creating a mise en scène that draws in the bustling Liverpool

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/online/review-niamh-omalley-glasshouse-bluecoat-liverpool/ (2016-02-15)
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