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A SERIES OF HARMONIOUS SEPARATIONS: A REVIEW OF LAURA PHILLIPS' SOLO SHOW
‘I felt like the sound of a harp’ is a bright and sensory exhibition of work by laura phillips. It is made up of lively fabric banners and a three-channel-film that features textures, symbols and historical footage that tells the story of an institute where laughing gas had once been tested.
Abigail Reynolds: The British Countryside in Pictures
What ben makes track for what wil be. Words in the air pirnt foot steps on the groun for us to put our feet in to.
Riddley Walker, Russell Hoban, 1980
Abigail Reynolds: ‘New Light’
Kenneth Noland’s vivid hard-edge paintings are inherently optimistic as visions for the future; ‘New Light’ is a painting by Noland and also a recent work by Abigail Reynolds.
Bryony Gillard: In the boom of the tingling strings
Permitting an audience to observe you rehearsing is an act of generosity, because this self-conscious pursuit is usually done in private.
Eleanor Duffin: A Phantom Limb
‘Nothing starts at the beginning, not really’, opens B. Ruby Rich’s New Queer Cinema (2013).
Hannah James: The outline seems indelible
The soothing voice of the artist emanates from the corner behind the entrance, gently appointing the parameters of the space with sound.
I FELT LIKE THE SOUND OF A HARP
On my first meeting with Laura Phillips she invites me to her studio in the centre of Bristol, her hometown.
Katie Schwab: A Working Building
Before an orange-red curtain, ‘This Interesting and Wonderful Factory’ and ‘Civic Centre/ City Centre’ play silently. These are films, made by Katie Schwab during her 18-month design residency at Plymouth College of Art.