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  • Sophia Crilly | Corridor8 —
    Buy Search Sophia Crilly Review The Manchester Contemporary Old Granada Studios Nicholas Blincoe reviews The Manchester Contemporary North West Writers Meet Greet Contact Corridor8 97 Vantage Quay 5 Brewer Street Manchester M1 2ER info corridor8 co uk 44 0 161

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/author/sophia-crilly/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Review: Essential Elements, St Bride’s Gallery, Liverpool | Corridor8 —
    the classical medium of paint on paper or canvas each reinventing their materials to produce a diverse range of work Starting at the top of the building opposite the impressive antique organ on the top tier of the church is Decanting Desire by J Chuhan a collection produced during her Time and Space residency at Metal in Liverpool Chuhan s work was selected for the show months in advance allowing her to create a site specific response to space and her large scale paintings on thin paper span the breadth of the walls upstairs Complimented beautifully by the purple and green stained glass windows Chuhan uses rich purples reds and golds to create her gestural impressionistic paintings using paint as an illustrator would a pencil to sketch with the brush a stripped back visual depicting an incomplete human presence There is a certain restless quality to her painting as splatters of rogue paint escape across the borders of the page Her images are recreated from vivid memories and daily observations a brief meeting with a commuter on the train or a passer by in the street is realised in passionate bold colours as she relocates these private moments of observation into the public gallery space Boxers by German artist Buffy Klama is a series of images installed in the stairwell The first few paintings are realised in angry dark blues and reds and by the time the visitor has descended the first flight of stairs the figures in these paintings have become monochrome Klama insists on having little or no interpretation to accompany her work and Brian reveals that the series is a response to the loss of her mother Knowing the context of the work the images no longer symbolise violence but the battle of the self and the struggle to accept what has happened In these black and white portrayals of loss and stasis the solo figures appear hunched hairless skinny and passive not what you would expect from athletes in boxing gloves Finally at the bottom of the staircase the penultimate series of pastel pink boxers represent a vibrant transformation as if life has returned to the artist as she accepts the loss An eerie sense of motion washes over the final painting as a bodiless arm punches the lonely figure perhaps a lasting reminder of what has taken place Places Apart by Uzma Sultan an MA graduate from the Slade School of Art is disappointing in comparison small paintings of perfume bottles and the interior of the home are presented using repetitive patterns These snapshots of life fail to capture the imagination in the same way Chuhan s recreations of stolen glances manage and are not representative of the usual scale and quality of this artist s work The last series of work in the show is my favourite by British artist Jane Walker who manipulates perspective in her large scale cityscapes In Hidden Games Walker s paintings take inspiration from her penchant for climbing tall

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/online/review-essential-elements-st-brides-gallery-liverpool/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Review: Show Me The Money: The Image of Finance, 1700 To The Present – NGCA, Sunderland | Corridor8 —
    in the commodity that both are vying to control The opposing screens create tension and the Nigerian s addresses to camera unwittingly become conversations with the traders The title of this work also acts as a declaration regarding the tone of this exhibition summoning Marxist theory the canonical modernist text of the same name and a poetic rendering of our consumption of resources entwined with our current material ephemeral modes of exchange The intent of Boulos is met with some humour in Bill Balaskas The Market Will Save Us 2013 The banner which was hung from the RCA was misinterpreted by some of the institutions skate holders from the financial sector Its perception as a gracious acceptance of the neo liberal principals endemic in higher education further illustrates the uncomfortable relationship between education the art world and the financial sector Artists featured such as Geraldine Juarez and Robin Bhattacharya explore the properties of currency whilst Simon Roberts and Immo Klink look to the lexicon devices and workforces of the financial sector for their subject matter William Powhida s Griftopia 2011 is perhaps one of the most honest works in the exhibition when it comes to an outsider attempting to untangle the mess of global finance Giants of finance hover around strings of text which fluctuate between fact and conspiracy Any attempt at finding linear narrative is disastrous but one thing is clear Looming ominously at the centre of the work is the Randian ogre Alan Greenspan He may as well be depicted with the third eye of provenance on his head such is his implied role in shaping global economics The fascination with some of the shadowy figures behind the institutions is reflected in some of the historic work featured in the exhibition A number of prints by Hogarth and

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/online/review-show-me-the-money-the-image-of-finance-1700-to-the-present-ngca-sunderland/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Lauren Velvick | Corridor8 —
    in Manchester Applications Now Open Critical Writing Bursary Workshop Programme Review 30 Years of the Future Castlefield Gallery Manchester Review Burroughs at 100 The International Anthony Burgess Foundation Manchester Review The Manchester Salon present In A Flux Warrington Museum and Art Gallery Warrington Review Shezad Dawood Towards the Possible Film Leeds Art Gallery Leeds MDP Associates Exhibition Looking at the Reflection of Reality Federation House Manchester Go Push Pops HolY

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/author/lauren-velvick/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ashleigh Armitage | Corridor8 —
    Online Print artplayer Facebook Twitter Information Subscribe Buy Search Ashleigh Armitage S1 Artspace Need Your Support Contact Corridor8 97 Vantage Quay 5 Brewer Street Manchester M1 2ER info corridor8 co uk 44 0 161 236 5885 Newsletter Name Email Address

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/author/ashleigh/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Bryony Bond | Corridor8 —
    HILLS AND THE WOMEN IN OUR BEDS A collision of interests selected by Ryan Gander at Mexico Leeds Review Built Around You Review Meanwhile See This Review David Shrigley at Cornerhouse Manchester Review Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc Pavilion Tower Works Leeds Interview David Shrigley Review Emma Hart CIRCA Projects Newcastle Review Bojan Fajfric at BALTIC Gateshead Review A Decade of Bloc Projects Sheffield Older events Contact Corridor8 97 Vantage Quay 5

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/author/bryonybond/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Diffusion Publishing Fair, Cardiff | Corridor8 —
    we jumped at the chance The Fair is part of Diffusion Cardiff International Festival of Photography Cardiff s first month long biennial festival of exhibitions screenings performances events and celebrations which runs throughout May The Publisher s Fair will be host to international contemporary book arts and print practice with Q A sessions various launches and signings with a focus on publishing artists DIY activity through to larger established publishing houses magazines and galleries Photography has always formed an important part of Corridor8 s coverage of contemporary art and writing practice Highlights of our first issues were work by Iain Sinclair and Chris Petit From Issue 2 onwards we have very been fortunate to have the London and Manchester based photographer Stephen Iles as our staff photographer Stephen s portraiture and installation photography has visually underpinned the four parts of Issue 3 We look forward to seeing you to browse buy or just to chat Deals will be available on back issues of Corridor8 as well as generous student discounts We may also still have a few remaining copies of our special limited edition of Issue 3 with its unique hand finished silk screen binding Chapter Arts Centre Market Road

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/diffusion-publishing-fair-cardiff/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Victoria Baths Fanzine Fair, Sunday 5th May 2013 | Corridor8 —
    will be making our second appearance here with the latest offerings from the Corridor8 and designers dust http du st Expect great deals on back issues of Corridor8 and generous student discounts Set in the terracotta Edwardian splendor of the old Baths this annual fanzine fair with its eclectic mix of stalls is an absolute delight to visit and browse There will also be workshops talks and guided tours So

    Original URL path: http://www.corridor8.co.uk/events/victoria-baths-fanzine-fair-sunday-5th-may-2013/ (2016-02-15)
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