Monthly Archives: March 2014

WTC#5: TIMESPACE – Momentum at The Curve

‘Our internal model of time, movement, mass and space is based on a lifetime of experience, perhaps even genetically encoded. What happens when we build a new model? What happens when we bend the rules?’ UVA United Visual Artists’ Momentum consists … Continue reading

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Spring’14 #4 Royal College of Physicians: Bewitching Poison

bewitching poison If there was a prize for the friendliest of venues we have visited this year, and the one with the largest array of free handouts and the loveliest cloakroom facilities, and the most helpful of reception staff – … Continue reading

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Spring 14 WTC#3: Word falling, photo falling: William S Burroughs at The Photographers’ Gallery

“We must find out what words are and how they function. They become images when written down, but images of words repeated in the mind and not the image of the thing itself. Try reading something silently without saying the … Continue reading

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Spring ’14 WTC#2: Women and Work – bermondsey boxes and suffragette teapots

Women and Work: Celebrating the Purple Green and White International Women’s Day – or at least earlier that same week – was the perfect time to visit Tate Britain’s ‘Women and Work’ display,  looking at the industrial issues of the … Continue reading

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Spring ’14 WTC#1 sounds of the city

Who will buy this wonderful morning? What a great way to kick off the new season, with the sumptuous Jaki Irvine installation at Frith Street gallery in Golden Square! But first, some introductions at Mary Ward were in order, where … Continue reading

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