Magritte and the Divisive Moment

Magritte’s Paintings tell us more about reality than his surrealist label lets on

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Remote Control at the ICA

I wrote this review for the Arts Desk 5 April 2012 Remote Control and its accompanying series of events, Television Delivers People, coincides with the analogue to digital switch-over, marking a shift in the history of a medium which will soon be eclipsed by on-demand content. While this may sound mundane on paper, the humble […]

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Sticking it to The Man

In the wake of the North African revolutions the lurid stories of pop royalty dancing for the pleasure of petro-tyrants for big money got me thinking: since when have artists ever done just the opposite and refused to sell out, opting to stick it to the man instead? There are plenty of examples of great […]

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