Bringing mediation to life with Land Art
It's not a case of the art-world versus ‘the outside’, but the art-world versus hidden commitments.
Not Not Fireworks
Plotting 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’.
Currently on view
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“For the lay art audience, the materials are static deliverables with a fixed net worth. For the professional artist, however, the materials are in flux and must be moved onto another speculative configuration to facilitate asset backed securitization.”Dr Neil Mullholland, Research Explorer
It's like the audience are agents of their own salvation – social capitalists whose visibility depends on mobilizing any resources as a form of decentralised, third party control.
Spark real-time reidentification
DISCLAIMER: All titles represented through this artwork are fictitious. Any resemblance to real people or other real-life entities is purely coincidental. Any resemblance to the Young London exhibition franchise, or exhibits therein is purely conincidental and no identification is intended or should be inferred.
Hull City of Culture 2017
Firewalls for the New Sensationalist PDF
Edinburgh Annuale 2011
Salon Neu PDF