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  • Review: Wu-Tang: Killa Beez – Produced by Josh Whitaker, Blip Blip Blip, Leeds | Corridor8 —
    of Springsteen s Dancing in the Dark These uncanny impressions transcend their original forms by provoking dislocated memories in flux They at once belong to the artists the Killa Beez and visitors to the exhibition A sense of ownership and hybridity is further conceptualized by Code Duello a work by Meadley and Farrar plastered on the rear wall in 50 orange and white A4 sheets The piece functions as an anagrammatic narrative of an artistic duel played out through a series of 50 proposed art works It charts a disturbingly funny tale of severed tongues cast incisors and mischievous artistic interference Similarly disturbing is Hardeep s Egg an informal noun to be used when an act of intended malice has a fortuitous outcome for the intended recipient Hardeep s Egg is laid by lady luck and described by Pandhal and Steans in graphite bubble text on one wall of the space Collaged on an adjacent cork board are line drawings of dummy headed dislocated body parts cloaked erections guns tennis bats tits and ping pong balls They are presided over by a a neon rendering of William Hogarth s Bathos painted over Pandhal s GCSE maths certificate The work is a colourful concoction of under dog triumph splattered by its own act of intended malice in egg yolk yellow Plonked in the right hand corner of the space is the alluring work We guarantee you an afterlife by Aslam and Barr a black Nike holdall whose insides are filled with acrylic white lilies and illuminated by a UV light Visitors can see through an unzipped corner of this vanitas body bag which sits quietly abandoned like an eerie piece of gangland memorabilia It is sombre and cheap sweet and nasty at the same time If the preceding description of the

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  • Review: Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making 1789 – 2013, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool | Corridor8 —
    circumstances and political dedication and this has affected art history This dual interest in the political stance of artists and artistic movements and the way in which political consciousness influenced the creation of art questions the necessity of knowing the artist and collective creation the art creator as revolutionary tool versus the art creator as Artist as well as the universality of art s effect and its capacity to tackle everyday life usefully illustrated perfectly in Allan Sekula s delightfully Godardian short stories and photographs of fast food in This Ain t China 1974 on display and the distribution of art Whilst the highlight of the exhibition for some will undoubtedly and not undeservedly be Jacques Louis David s The Death of Marat 1793 this work can seem slightly magisterial with a statesmanlike air despite the worthy curatorial observation that David allowed his work to be reproduced in order to serve the Republican cause in different places at once in comparison to some of the deeply moving and absorbing works of twentieth century art that doubled for political praxis Upon entering one immediately is drawn to daunting works by Lissitzky celebrating both his pre war futurist streak and his designs for the new worker s order in Russia These are closely followed by the Atelier Populaire s confident and witty sloganeering from the screen printing workshops of May 68 s occupied universities The post war mingling of the avant garde with an anti Stalinist dynamic Marxism is given an uncommon and welcome revisit with the works by the Equipo 57 and free form art created by anarchic Situationist art conferences whilst the Guerilla Girls chime in with media savvy advertising attacks on blatant gender and racial inequalities within the high tier galleries Through the confident stylised formal woodcuts by Gerd

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  • Lauren Velvick | Corridor8 — | Page 8
    of Video Jam Review Art Sheffield Zero Hours Sheffield Interview Kerry Harker Pippa Hale Review Reality and Constructed Factual Art Sheffield Parallel Projects Unit 2 Speedwell Works Sheffield Review HOMELANDS Paul Alexander Knox We Are All Brothers Here Stories from the Bangladeshi Community Ciara Leeming Stay where there are songs Teesside s New Roma Side Gallery Newcastle Review Melvin Moti Hyperspace Pavilion Leeds Review PAPER 9 interim PAPER Gallery Manchester

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/author/lauren-velvick/page/8/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ben Jeans Houghton – Coping With Theandor | Corridor8 —
    Breakthrough Fictioneers includes an insert with fictions by Anna Barham Pavel Büchler David Osbaldeston Imogen Stidworthy Charlotte Morgan Ben Jeans Houghton Carol Mavor Roger Luckhurst and Richard Kostelanetz Ben Jeans Houghton s work Coping With Theandor is only a partial extract but you can download the whole story here Just click on the link below Coping With Theandor by Ben Jeans Houghton Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Audacious Abstraction

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  • When the Photographer met the Painter… | Corridor8 —
    had hoped not to require it s assistance Light was on my mind even more than usual having read how light and it s effect on the landscape was of such importance to James s painting A choice of subject underlined by his decision to shun the metropolitan fold and to live and work in the borderlands amongst the rolling Cheviot Hills close enough to the North Sea to experience that extra stop of light that a coastal location offers Upon arriving at the station and disembarking from the train the grey skies had most definitely caught up with me I had lost this particular race against the weather and the studio was still another half hour away James was there to pick me up in person Conversation ensued and I let my concerns for the light recede James is the first painter to be nominated for the Northern Art Prize which can beg the question why An attempt perhaps on the part of selectors to eschew thus far the traditional modes of production in favour of the conceptually based Is the shortlisting of a painter a concession to the traditional A nod of recognition to a respected and established artist I wondered To the studio then and the paintings a sudden burst of colour on a monochrome day Tiny swatches of pigment of equal size arranged meticulously and democratically in mosaic the rigidity and discipline of their placement at odds with the final result a shimmering rhythmic surface that pulsates and resonates the eye unable to settle upon individual detail My mind wandered outside the confines of the canvas and I began to think of the work of James Turell Whilst apparently dense the work seemed to concern itself with the effects of light as a phenomena rather than

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  • Louise Winter | Corridor8 —
    39 Newcastle Review Nervous Skies Amelia Bande Deborah Bower Mat Fleming and Annette Knol The Newbridge Project Space Newcastle Writers Respond Kirsten Luckins in response to Conscience and Conflict British Artists and the Spanish Civil War The Laing Newcastle Review Jason Rhoades Four Roads BALTIC Gateshead Writers Respond Kirsten Luckins in response to Sabina Sallis The Source of Resilience The Newbridge Project Newcastle Contact Corridor8 97 Vantage Quay 5 Brewer

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  • Writers Respond: Kirsten Luckins in response to Sabina Sallis, The Source of Resilience, The Newbridge Project, Newcastle | Corridor8 —
    from Limehouse stews with their pockets lightened These are civilised times He bit a little too far in his haste through the papery rattle to the pip bitty heart of the pome and out he spat a dark droplet with a tree inside Good mule A tree well trafficked into the back pocket of the sun into the only earthen crack in the monied Wharf to grow and cling and split the ways of it What a disobedient sapling Infractions of the concrete rules wayward xylem insubordinate fruition radical orchard It was a Jester an Alderman a Bloody Ploughman a Beefing a Fortune a Wonder a Delicious a Greening a Nonsuch a Pixie a Pippin an Egremont Russet a Kentish Fillbasket a Catshead a Dog s Snout a Codling a Pearmain a Beautiful Arcade It was a Gala and it was a Jubilee Every hand that passed took a hold and into each hand fell a globe and from every hand to every next hand met the fruit passed like a bucket of water from the millpond to the burning barn from Canada Water to Yarl s Wood from the square mile to the whole starved land It was a

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  • Online | Corridor8 — | Page 10
    The International 3 Salford Review Bloomberg New Contemporaries The World Museum Liverpool Review Listening Curated by Sam Belinfante Hayward Touring Curatorial Open BALTIC 39 Newcastle upon Tyne Review A Joyous Thing with Maggots at the Centre Castlefield Gallery Manchester Review Holly Hendry Hollow Bodies Gallery North Newcastle upon Tyne Review Gego Line as Object The Henry Moore Institute Leeds Review The Manchester Contemporary Old Granada Studios Nicholas Blincoe reviews The

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