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International Fine Arts Consortium (IFAC), New York

Artist Interview: James Joseph

James Joseph: Gizmo (706), 2015

Rusty Van Riper interviews artist James Joseph about his artworks shown at the exhibition 'PROCESS: Readdressing Infinite Ways of Seeing' held at the IFAC, New York and the direction of his new work.

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Gabriel Kuri interviewed by Jo-ey Tang in Brussels, 2013
Gabriel Kuri Interviewed by Jo-ey Tang in Brussels in 2013 about ordering principles, art as ecology and his latest exhibitions.

Wysing Arts Centre Fox Road, Bourn, Cambridge, CB23 2TX

Wysing Convention T: Interview with Florian Roithmayr

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Beth Bramich speaks to Florian Roithmayr about his participation in this year's residency programme, 'Convention T', at Wysing Arts Centre. A second interview with fellow participant Charlotte Prodger will follow later today.

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BBC Radio 4 / UK

Artangel Open and ‘Open Air’

Battle of Orgreave (002), Jeremy Deller, 2001 An Artangel commission Production photograph by Martin Jenkinson

The Artangel Open is a £1 million initiative for new site-specific commissions across the UK. A month before the submissions deadline, George Vasey speaks with co-director Michael Morris about the scheme, as well as 'Open Air', a series of weekday audio i

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Ori Gersht on Violence and Beauty
Interview with with Matthew Buckingham, courtesy of Kadist Foundation
Olivia Plender discusses her show: Rise Early, Be Industrious at Milton Keynes Gallery

Matt's Gallery, London

Artist Interview: Nathaniel Mellors

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Ourhouse E3 feat. BAD COPY is Nathaniel Mellors' third exhibition at Matt's Gallery. It includes the latest episode of Mellors' absurdist video series Ourhouse Episode 3, The Cure of Folly and a new animatronic installation, BAD COPY, developed from a dou

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Interview with Jonathan Monk - courtesy Kadist Art Foundation
About Jonathan Monk's works in the Kadist collection; References & books collection; Existing artwork & family.
Produced by Michel Balagué for Kadist Art Foundation, Berlin, 2012.