We are the content we are spinning we are stepping. Cop out, cop out as if from heaven.
A record of London as genteel bourgeois funzone - recycled ideas on boring objects.
What are artists / curators but modern day wizards?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The thing is, at some point, I did have the idea to paint like this in the first place. That was the Jazz moment.
Whether at Elephant & Castle Regeneration Zone, or Glasgow International Festival of Art, Not Not Fireworks plots a complex frontier between spatial politics and cultural change. Where the production of subjectivity becomes a crucial site for analysing and intervening in reproductions of ‘nature’. Listen more.
Using The Mark E. Smith tribute foam party inside an emerging project space, inside Catford (but not Lambeth, no no no), inside London when the entire social franchise is saying you are not real, you are not the artist that Shepard Fairey was exhibition to help audiences better understand the arts. Listen more
The Paul Burwell boathouse site, an early adopter of "each new work is executed according to a formula conceived in response to a sociopolitical situation". Watch more
Learn more about the post-contextual applications of Art Zimbabwe, and the powerful institutions maintaining the platform. Watch more.
To meet the future’s biggest challenges, curators need an adaptive set of referents. Studio merchandise promotes intellectual readiness for this event horizon. Watch more
Projected Native Informants decanting capital through Pose. Empire wealth cloaked by esteem curator pre-cognition and netwoked consent. This Soundscape is an answer to all that and more. Listen more
Arts Council of England partners with commercial real estate developers to fund library privatisations in South London. Public funding is directed to offshore-registered investment vehicles. Open Letter
The Jazz club thing can be read as a self-reflexive description of my own approach to painting. Using pastiche and virtuosity to move a pretention forwards. Like towards an open re-engagement with emotion.
By partnering with YouTube™, GUILTY helps visitors access social mediation from outside the Art Fair lineage. Watch more.
It's about UK arts apathy triggered by rubbish management and frustration the culture's been taken away from artists. It coincided with not going to the Tate any more due to Sothebys Institute graduates, expensive tickets etc.
Salon Neu and Commissione Privata equip audiences in post-biennale contexts recognise large-scale, non-national landscapes. Read more.
I work with professional artists such as Merlin Carpenter and Oscar Murillo using cutting-edge Land Art processes and technologies.
"I dreamed of becoming an 'artist', i.e., somebody whose adult job was original and creative instead of tedious and dronelike."
Richard Parry, artist
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Eight things you need to know about Primary Colour 2019.
Inspired by the bizarre world of dreams.
Recorded in the King's Cross Tunnel, London.