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A construction hoarding on a town centre street pasted with two images from Hutchison's project, showing his zombie sculpture outfit made of black clothes, on the left in front of huge backs presumably full of second hand textiles and on the right in central London.

British Textile Biennial 2023

08.10.2023, by Orla Foster

A person in light clothing and a dark headscarf crouches down in the desert looking at the ground

Arwa Aburawa & Turab Shah: And still, it remains

12.07.2023, by Harpreet Kaur

Layers of white gauze fabric hanging in a gallery, printed with images of skeletal grey trees.

We Live, Like Trees, Inside the Footsteps of Our Ancestors

07.07.2023, by Sylvia Carpenter

In a dark room two huge black sculptures of a semicircular shape with a triangular gap at the bottom.

Reversed Cartography: on Liverpool Biennial 2023

29.06.2023, by Marjorie H. Morgan

A photograph of a grassy clearing in a park with someone lying on the ground.

With For About: Care and the Commons

14.06.2023, by Grace Edwards

A low-lit gallery space with industrial looking structures

Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley and Josèfa Ntjam

13.01.2023, by Claire Walker

A woman stands sewing a white sheer dress on a mannequin stand in a darkened gallery space under a spotlight.

Curating Home

09.01.2023, by Uthra Rajgopal

A film still showing a dark-skinned hand holding a yellow buttercup

breathe, spirit and life 呼吸、靈魂與生命

14.12.2022, by Katie Shirley

A plastic bag filled with soil sits in the middle of 4 concentric circles made of pieces of dried corn and beans.

Marwa Arsanios: Who Is Afraid of Ideology?

12.07.2022, by Jessica Piette

A view of a gallery space with blue walls and concrete floors and multiple artworks that resemble a film set

Kara Chin: Show Real & Ashley Holmes: Trust Melody

31.03.2022, by Pamela Crowe

A free-embroidered quilt of hexegons with text written in some of them and cell like structures across them.

Between Houses

22.11.2021, by Sheena Hussain

An image of a derelict, formerly grandiose space with a red car covered in a giant doily in the foreground, a photographic portrait of a man in a gask mask in the middle ground, and a tapestry of football fans chanting in the background.

British Textile Biennial 2021

05.11.2021, by Claire Walker

A documentary photograph of the workshop being discussed showing the artist Youcef Hadjazi and workshop participants

Trauma Then, Trauma Now: Performing Trauma

04.11.2021, by Mymona Bibi

A classical looking oil painting of white muscular, semi-clad figures acting out a scene from ancient mythology. One figure is wearing a golden frock and is holding a trident. The others are frolicking around in the sea. The figure with the wings on their head is flying, about to take a golden crown from the muscled man.

Chris Alton: Throughout the Fragment of Infinity That We Have Come to Know

25.03.2020, by Lesley Guy

BALTIC Centre Contemporary Art John Akomfrah Ballasts Memory Race Identity

John Akomfrah: Ballasts of Memory

09.08.2019, by Sara Makari-Aghdam

Museums in a Post-Colonial Commonwealth: identities, issues and opportunities

01.05.2018, by Julia Johnson

A darkened room with three artist's films showing a man, some bookshelves and a view through a round window.

Madiha Aijaz: These Silences Are All the Words

27.02.2018, by Fiona Allen

Raqs Media Collective: Twilight Language

14.12.2017, by Natasha Stallard

A sepia photograph of three people. Two are walking, one is in the trailer of a bike holding a camera to film.

Notes From Another India: Mark Lapore & Ruchir Joshi

25.09.2017, by Richard Hudson-Miles

Vertigo Sea

26.06.2017, by Selina Oakes