Issue #2

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As artists, we're often as preoccupied with what's going on below the surface as the work itself. The process, the history, the limitations: we lift the lid on the unknown factors of art.

St. Peter’s Seminary: a Memorial to Lost Futures

Witnessing a dramatic ruin like St Peter's Seminary, Dunbarton, helps us to be mindful of the many 'lost futures' of history, that we haven't had chance to mourn.

By Luke Sewell Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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What’s So Interesting About the Reverse of a Painting?

By Benjamin Harris Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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Apocalypse is Really About the Revealing of Hidden Things

By David Benjamin Blower Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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All That Nothing: A Poem

By Hannah Kelly Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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What About the Art That Never Gets Made?

By Jessica Wood Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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Does Poetry Belong on the Stage, or the Page?

A conversation between Tanyaradzwa Chitunhu and Jessica Wood

What happens in a live poetry performance? Does it get lost on the way to the page? Or does written poetry have more gravitas? We sat down two different styles of poet to discuss the similarities and differences in their art forms.

By Jessica Wood Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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The Entropy Blues: Contemplating our Artistic Mortality

By Chris Donald Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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The Repentant Completionist: When Outtakes and Demos Become Too Much

By Joel Wilson Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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The Art Of Not Knowing: Embracing Discomfort and Nuance in our Work

By Ian J Tue 15 Aug, 2017

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Perspective is the Key to Survival for Career Artists

By Marlita Hill Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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Don’t Forget, Your Collaborators are as Important as Your Audience

By Jonny Mellor Wed 27 Nov, 2019

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