Feeling, Not Looking

A personal exploration of my experiences with the collaborative work, Do Not Abandon Me, by Louise Bourgeois and Tracey Emin.

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Making Art by Accident

By Noah Schmutz   I went to Tate Modern this weekend. Among the paintings displayed on the walls, there was a notice, different from the usual notice of the paintings, some kind of advertisement for another level of the art gallery: “Can a work of art be made by accident? Discover more on level…” (I…

Belfast Street Art: Curating the Urban Space

by Rebecca Gill   Belfast has been plagued by political unrest for many years, the conflict reaching its peak between the 60’s and the 90’s. Like Berlin and Bethlehem, a city divided by walls built up from the political strife, the city’s troubles are traced onto the urban space through its murals marking out Protestant…

Teju Cole’s Instagram Art

by Anna Shave       Our consumption of art in the contemporary moment has, without question, been altered by the growing and pervasive influence of Instagram. We are more inclined to be searching for that perfectly ‘Instagrammable’ shot to capture and upload when surrounded by art, potentially fed by a desire to gain ‘likes’…

“Image Anarchism” in Digital Curatorship

By Esther Vincent   Undoubtedly, the democratic and accessible facets of internet platforms tend to appeal to both artists and consumers alike. Particularly when regarding the rise of content sharing platforms such as Tumblr, internet users are increasingly sharing visual content as a way of constructing their own identity. This raises its own series of…

From Masterpiece to Merchandise

by Scarlett Baker A spectacle can be created when the fusion of two disciplines come together, particularly between the fashion and art world. Entering the critical debate as to whether fashion is truly “artistic” or rather an “art form” itself, the past ten years within the fashion industry has been shaped by the voice of…