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  • The Art Party Conference | Corridor8 —
    Haroon Mirza Cornelia Parker John Smith and Mark Wallinger as well as the Art Party March an evening of DJs and bands and culminating in The Art Party Road Movie See you at The Art Party For further information about The Art Party Conference 2013 and how you can participate please visit www artpartyconference co uk or email theartparty2013 gmail com To Take A Stand at The Art Party Conference

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/the-art-party-conference/ (2016-02-15)
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  • The Manchester Print Fair | Corridor8 —
    highlights at our table include For Manchester sale only short run facsimile colour photocopy printings of Corridor from 1971 the precursor literary zines to Corridor8 Produced in Manchester these were enabled by the then new offset litho printing technology that for the first time brought professional standards of printing within reach of ordinary pockets Last remaining bound copies of the current third edition of Corridor8 with its limited edition hand made silkscreen binding recently exhibited at the Kaleid Art Book Fair 2013 London Since appearing at the Manchester Print Fair in April this edition of Corridor8 3 was one of 50 exhibits selected for the curated section of Kaleid chosen by an international panel of judges from over 200 submissions by international artists Back issues of Corridor8 and other publications Come and browse our neighbours table also Our designer partners Dust will be having an adjacent stand and will have a great selection of their books and publications and prints Chat meet our partners at Dust and browse buy some unique Manchester cultural history The Manchester Print Fair http www manchesterprintfair co uk news c18dz At 2022NQ 20 Dale Street M1 1EZ in Manchester s Northern Quarter About Ashleigh Armitage

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/the-manchester-print-fair/ (2016-02-15)
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  • NW Writers Meet and Greet – Wednesday 8 August 6pm, Static Gallery | Corridor8 —
    Events We re joining together with our friends The Double Negative and Creative Tourist to host an evening where prospective writers and any interested parties can get to meet and find out about our publications Hope to see you there Wednesday 8 August 6pm to 9pm Static Gallery 23 Roscoe Lane L1 9JD Liverpool Book a place here Share on Facebook Share on Twitter The Manchester Print Fair Corridor8 at

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  • Corridor8 at KALEID 2013 – July 19th – 20th | Corridor8 —
    fair dedicated to showcasing artists books which continues in 2013 Designed by Dust the journal with its innovative DIY elastic band binding and screen printed board was one of 50 submissions from 200 to attract the judges attention Entries came from artists across Europe and were selected by an international high profile panel of judges Sofie Dederen Director Frans Masereel Centrum for Print Belgium Elizabeth James Senior Librarian for Artists Books Word and Image Department National Art Library V A Museum UK and David Senior Bibliographer MoMA Library USA Collectors KALEID 2013 which runs over the weekend of 19 and 20 July is the second annual curated event and will showcase the best of artists books to an international audience of collectors Awards and acquisitions will be held on Friday 19th July supported by The Art Academy Frans Masereel Centrum the British National Art Library and English Arts Council s Saison Poetry Library Panel discussion There will be a panel discussion on Friday 19th July 2013 with guest speaker Ron King of the Circle Press producer of artist s editions of classic and contemporary texts poetry posters pamphlets and first edition books of modern verse from 1967 2002 The speaker will present a chronological history spanning forty years and will display the Circle Press archive to support artists selected for KALEID 2013 London Location and event The fair takes place at The Art Academy in London Bridge close to White Cube Jerwood Space and Tate Modern Bookstands run by artists will be located on the ground floor 100sq m and singular works installations digital media and performances will feature in the curated exhibition on the first floor A participatory book arts demonstration will be facilitated in the print studio and the top floor will host the panel discussion to seat

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/kaleid-2013/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Events | Corridor8 — | Page 2
    appearance here with the latest offerings from the Corridor8 and designers dust http du st Expect great deals Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Manchester Art Gallery Zine Fair 2013 Corridor8 will be appearing at the Manchester Art Gallery Zine Fair 2013 as part of the gallery s series of Thursday late night openings Come along and buy the new issue or just chat browse and take a free badge Copies of the very limited edition de luxe binding for the Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Panel Discussion Things we can do in the North Panel Discussion Things we can do in the North Drinks from 6pm talk at 7pm Thursday 29 November Whitworth Art Gallery Oxford Road Manchester Join us to celebrate an exciting year and the complete bound edition of Issue 3 of Corridor8 with a new commission by artist Sarah Hardacre and a panel discussion Share on Facebook Share on Twitter ARCHIVE Bob Dickinson at Issue 3 Part 4 Launch We warmly welcomed guests and friends of Corridor8 to the 2012 Manchester Contemporary held alongside the Manchester Buy Art Fair Thursday 27 Sunday 30 Sept 2012 at Spinningfields Manchester As well as taking our usual stall this year Corridor8 will be launched Part 4 of Issue 3 of the Share on Facebook Share on Twitter ARCHIVE Derek Horton at Issue 3 Part 3 Launch We launched the third part of our third edition on 5 July 2012 at The Bluecoat Liverpool For the occasion writer and artist Derek Horton will be talked about the online art and writing magazine soanyway which he co produces with artist Lisa Stansbie Soanyway made its first excursion into print in a Share on Facebook Share on Twitter ARCHIVE Roger Luckhurst at Issue 3 Part 2 Launch Roger Luckhurst professor of

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/page/2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Review: Winter Exhibition Launch, Bluecoat, Liverpool | Corridor8 —
    oddly moving musical sequence that sees the patient speak sing tip it tip back to my head stop the blue roses growing in my legs as a research team chants there s no need to think about what to do Referencing Kafka s Metamorphosis and Lynchian visual motifs Blue Roses is an unexpected concept with disquieting visuals and a satisfying conclusion The second room displays a series of HD videos by Mitra Saboury that continues the exhibition s fascination with secretion and discomfort In Hardscape 2015 bare feet step over loose paving in Pothole 2014 a clean mouth masticates coal and in Fillings 2015 orifices are smothered by cement casts These tightly framed close ups are accompanied by equally crisp audio played through headphones that simulate intimacy and movement Saboury s contributions rejuvenate the methods used in Bruce Nauman s early video work and flirts with the imagery of Matthew Barney s mechanistic sexual fantasy Hoist 2006 Sober photography by Becky Beasley offers respite from the work it follows and leads onto the gallery s busiest space shared by Rowena Harris Natalie Finnemore and Marie Toseland Again surgery is referenced along with spittle In Harris s Extend Compress Part 2 2013 a cement button is stuck to the wall with chewing gum near the cast of a folded shirt This understated arrangement contrasts with the show s more visceral work through the absence of an implied body a running theme On the other end of the spectrum is Toseland s Pushin Sumthin Nice feat Kinlaw 2015 The components of this mixed media installation sequence at critical junctions to create an audio and visual experience that would be at home in Tresor or Berghain Toseland s harsh yet current style was shared by the evening s second performance Movement Study 4

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/online/review-winter-exhibition-launch-bluecoat-liverpool/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Review: Slower Volumes by James Parkinson, Cactus Gallery, Liverpool | Corridor8 —
    There is too much space dizzying light the bulky organic forms pinned to the wall are blindingly featureless Glancing again the eye may catch upon a fold a shadow the fabric remainder of the volume that has been cast Slower Volumes centres on translation The viewer is asked to consider what is lost and what is gained through the translations that the artist presents But it s more than that Plaster casting is a medium where the cast communicates something beyond the thing The casts are more than a representation of an object they are objects in themselves Parkinson investigates the line between facsimile and abstract representation Each of the four volumes are markedly different though they all represent aspects of a single object The surfaces are pitted and patterned at the point of contact by absent canvas They may be colourless though no longer featureless It may well be that the casts are unrealistic replications of the spaces that the original object inhabited bringing new life to the inside of a bag The authenticity of the medium is also questioned How can this plaster offer a duplicate of the original when it s hung in an inordinate position posed in a most un bag like way The accompanying text is an edited transcript of a conversation The conversation holds together the theoretical threads of the exhibition by presenting an alternative intangible understanding of the volumes on display The artefacts are virtual reproductions of an everyday object pressed and shaped with intention thus making a tangible artefact from an ephemeral interaction between liquid plaster and a once hollow volume The text offers an insight into the process of making an accompanying piece to the physical objects on display though the text is independent in its own right The process of

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/online/review-slower-volumes-by-james-parkinson-cactus-gallery-liverpool/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Review: Who Are You and What Do You Want? Jock Mooney, Vane, Newcastle upon Tyne | Corridor8 —
    psychedelic small scale drawings never reach the shock factor associated with the likes of H R Giger or Edvard Munch but instead capture the playfulness and charisma of the Golden Age of Comic books These sleek seemingly restless pieces are diametrically opposed to the artist s feelings of longing and sadness and yet the work emanates with a humour so apparent that it would be derisory to ignore The humour plays through the whole exhibition and by no means stops with the drawings Surrounded by free standing sculptures in addition to being serenaded by covers of Spice Girls Singles in the most ethereal temple like manner imaginable viewers are invited into an eclectic ecosystem consisting of Janus Cats ostensibly edible faecal sculptures and a long multi coloured waved stream of bath nets The atmosphere and ambience of the whole show and in extension of Vane is compelling and exemplary and at no point did I feel that my visit was a chore Even with the overly sexual characteristics of a number of the illustrations the severed head of Marie Antoinette and provoking but yet hilarious cake sculptures the tone of the work never ceases to be both witty and thought provoking Passing from sculpture to drawing and back to sculpture is effortless with such an engaging practice on display Throughout the whole show vivid colours roar with such freedom and yet even when the eye is drawn to a hanging felt black octopus there can be no denying it completely intrinsic to this exhibition Jock asks of no prior knowledge of his work to enjoy this exhibition nor for that matter any prior knowledge of any art or exhibition Indeed what is so alluring about this showcase is Jock s ability to entertain and inform at the same time without

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