Interview: Annie Rose fiddian-green

When Annie-Rose Fiddian-Green went to art school, she was taught how to break down the principles of her work, exploring how to convey the emotions she felt, which led to her work becoming more dynamic and physical, depicting linear forms that move gracefully throughout the pieces. The colour palette Annie uses echoes the release of …

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Betsey Kilpatrick

Betsey Kilpatrick grew up in the wilds of Ireland and Scotland, visiting relatives in these habitats of untamed beauty. During this time in her youth, Betsey was watching the way the water moved, how the clouds formed, and how the paintbrush could replicate. She went on to study at the prestigious RCA in London, in …

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Interview: Maddie Rose Hills

The works on show by Maddie Rose Hills were born out of the lack of materials that was brought about by the lockdowns of 2020. Without any oil paints or big canvases, Maddie had to adapt. She had noticed the surplus newspapers building up around her house, forming stalagmites of news and material. She drew …

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interview: harriet hoult

There is a solace that can be found within the works of Harriet Hoult. As a self-described feeling-led artist, Harriet’s imbues her works with her own sentiments and perspective, offering the viewer safe spaces in which they may relax and contemplate. The form of the pieces speaks to the artist’s time spent training to be …

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Interview: Gaia ozywn

The intricate, delicate and majestic works of Gaia Ozwyn command space and attention. Gaia, who works full time for the NHS, is inspired by the environment of Dartmoor, which is where she grew up. Upon the tors of this wild landscape there is a unique duality between beauty and harshness, clarity and obscurity, which is …

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Interview: Lauren Bevan

It is clear to see that Lauren Bevan’s work has a distinct, thought out process. Having trained at Brighton and the RCA, she has been able to experiment with myriad forms of art, from printmaking to sculpture. In fact, these experiments are visible in her work, from the sculptural element that is found within her …

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What makes a society?

What makes a society? According to Merriam-Webster’s definition, it is a “community, nation, or broad grouping of people having common traditions, institutions, and collective activities and interests”. However, you only have to consider your own family, workplace or neighbourhood, to realise that to this notion of homogeneity must be added those of complexity, movement and …

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Collective Space : Shaking up the scene with london based collective ending

Having looked into some innovative and exciting artistic spaces, SuperGlue now looks towards London. Art Galleries in London have begun to climb out of their imposed hibernation, providing artists with opportunities to show their work in spaces across the city. As any Londoner will attest to, the spaces for showing and displaying art in London …

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Emerging Space: 서울 봉천동 실린더(Cylinder)

SuperGlue는 아직 많은 조명 받지 못한 수많은 아티스트들과 함께 상생하고자한다. 그런데 이러한 SuperGlue의 마음과 결을 같이하는 공간이 서울 봉천동에있다. 작가 노두용이 운영하는 아티스트런스페이스 실린더(Cylinder)이다. 2020년 개관한 실린더는 개관 이후 다양한 형태로, 다양한 작가들과의 전시를 이어오고있다. 이러한 다양한 예술의 가치를 믿는 실린더를 이번 기사에서 소개하고자한다. 이를 위해 작가 노두용이 아닌 실린더를 운영하는 ‘운영자’ 노두용과의 인터뷰가 아래 …

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