Monthly Archives: June 2010

Frieze Writer’s Prize 2010

I am currently trying to finish off a review I am entering into Frieze Magazine’s New Writer’s Prize. Frieze Writer’s Prize was established in 2006 and is presented annually. The aim of the prize is to promote and encourage new … Continue reading

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Experimenting with Geography

Last month I attended the international training school Experimenting with Geography: See, Hear, Make-do; a workshop aimed at thinking through and trying out new methods of collaboration between art and geography. For those who weren’t there, EwG was a week-long workshop … Continue reading

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To Biennial or Not to Biennial? Biennial Culture and Sustainability

In the art world, biennial is a word used to describe an event that takes place every two years to showcase the work of contemporary artists. The historical origins of biennials are to be found in late 19th century art … Continue reading

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Cultural Cartography

Hello my name is Merle Patchett and I am a cultural geographer, writer and freelance curator.  The main image for this blog is a recreation of Richard Long’s A Line Made by Walking (1967).     The original photograph was … Continue reading

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