Articles for Mostly Film

Links to pieces written for Mostly Film:

Bird’s eye view: Dinh Q. Lê’s The Colony

Film review: The Childhood of a Leader

New Tate Modern: Tate and a Half

Artists, Performers, Engineers: Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966)

Future Imperfect – the 56th Venice Biennale

Agnes Martin at Tate Modern

Confusing realities: MIRRORCITY at the Hayward Gallery and the role of the curator in shaping exhibitions

Being Human: Marina Abramović’s 512 Hours and Bill Viola’s Martyrs

Fragmented Histories: Chris Marker and Saskia Olde Wolbers

Martin Creed: What’s the point of it?

Newspapers Matter: Hannah Höch, Richard Hamilton and Gustav Metzger

Isaac Julien’s PLAYTIME

Biennale 2013: art, tea and two visits to the 55th Venice Biennale

Mike Kelley: Mobile Homestead Trilogy

Ways of screening: Gerard Byrne and Gillian Wearing

The Turner Prize 2012

Artists on Film: documentaries about Charles and Ray Eames, Ai WeiWei and Marina Abramović

Bus of Hope: Richard Wilson’s Hang On A Minute Lads, I’ve Got A Great Idea…

Artists’ Film Club at the ICA: Sound and Vision

Patrick Keiller: The Robinson Institute

One face, a thousand lives: Cindy Sherman at MoMA

David Hall: End Piece …

New(ish) art galleries: the ever-expanding White Cube

Lis Rhodes: Dissonance and Disturbance

Nine Muses

On video art and pants or video art on pants – Pipilotti Rist’s Eyeball Massage at the Hayward Gallery

Tacita Dean – Film

Gerhard Richter: Panorama

Glimpses of the 2011 Venice Biennale

New Art Galleries: Remaking Margate

Manchester International Festival 2011: Art

Passing Through: Mike Nelson’s “Coral Reef” and Mark Wallinger’s “Threshold to the Kingdom”

Art and the Political Message: Ai Weiwei and Peter Kennard

Unexplained Lights in the Sky: Susan Hiller’s “Witness”

Present Tense: Film, Cinema and the Gallery Space

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