Interviews

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Sculptures that are bright yellow in the foreground and background, box shapes, and in the middle globular shapes on stands that are pinky-purple, kind of dada-ish, with two small green shapes to the left and right

Cross Lane Projects: In Conversation with Rebecca Larkin

24.01.2024, by Lesley Guy

A light skinned person with greying hair has their hands on a round pine table, they are wearing headphones, they are looking at the table in contemplation. Behind them is a drawing of a coastal landscape attached to a pine board with bulldog clips. There are blue and black bean bags near the table.

Blue Futures: In conversation with Suzy O’Hara

12.12.2023, by Christie Yung-hei Chan

A group of people milling about and chatting in an artists studio.

Paradise Works: Open Studios

05.12.2023, by Natalie Russett

A close up of the sculptures in rows, so the bottom left is very dark grey and blurred and the colours get brighter and the image sharper up to the top right.

Halima Cassell: Virtues of Unity

02.11.2023, by Kirsty Jukes

A white walled gallery space with a polished concrete floor. The view of the space encompasses three walls, there are three paintings on the left and right walls and one large painting on the wall facing. There are three benches in the centre of gallery space.

Kejie Lin: The Mind’s Garden

25.09.2023, by Christie Yung-hei Chan

Greyscale image of a mountainside in Mexico.

For Whom the Mountains Pray: Helen Blejerman in conversation with Ghada Habib

22.09.2023, by Ghada Habib

In the centre of the space is a long black carpet with multicoloured patterns, and three clothed dressmaker's mannequins.

Late and Soon: A Conversation About Margaret Harrison and Conrad Atkinson

15.06.2023, by Lauren Velvick & Bernie Velvick

Low stools and plastic buckets in a gallery space

Fieldnotes: Brigitte Jurack

17.02.2023, by Katy Morrison

A composite image showing a painting by Lucy Wright on the right and a photograph of Analogue Farm on the left.

And you too have come into the world to do this: a conversation about Analogue Farm

08.10.2022, by Lucy Wright

A billboard on a white wall contains a number of slogans, including 'No opportunity for graduates up North? Bollocks!'.

Short Supply: MADE IT 2022

20.07.2022, by Katy Morrison

An installation shot from Cyberjunk: Quantum Crash at IMT Gallery: A lifesize figure stands in the foreground of a gallery, the figure is zombie-like and includes robot elements. In the background a rug is mounted on the wall.

Amrit Randhawa in conversation with John Powell Jones

03.06.2022, by Amrit Randhawa

Two sculptures resembling an underwater wreckage sits in the centre of a green-lit gallery space.

YSI Artist spotlight: Ashley Holmes

25.11.2021, by Rene Francis-McBrearty

The artist stands beside a sculpture by Barbara Hepworth on a plinth, lifting her arm to touch it with her elbow; behind a coastal landscape on a sunny day..

YSI artist spotlight: Claye Bowler and Nwando Ebizie

10.11.2021, by Hatty Nestor

An image of wooden block engraved in upper case letters are arranged in a short stack. They say: 'Whisper a secret to something. See if they whisper back?'.

Idit Nathan and Helen Stratford: Further Afield

14.10.2021, by Joanna Jowett

A view of post-industrial Middlesbrough. In the foreground is a piece of wasteland with the words I miss you, painted in large blue letters against white, on a wall. Two figures are sitting close together against the wall. In the middle ground are railway tracks and some contemporary urban buildings. In the distance is the transporter bridge and a clear evening sky dotted with clouds. Warm light and long shadows indicate that the sun might set soon.

Middlesbrough Art Weekender: Three Commissions

30.09.2021, by Steve Spithray

A figure on a bar stool is hunched over, with flashes representing pain at each joint and in the skull

Laura Lulika: Body Builder

24.09.2021, by Layla Josie Wortley

An older white man with white hair, glasses and wearing a checked shirt is facing away from the camera and writing on kitchen cabinet doors using paint markers. There is multi coloured writing all over the cabinets and a box of markers in the foreground.

Widening Participation? In conversation with two recent graduates

28.05.2021, by Lauren Velvick

A series of bronze sculptures of elaborate Afro hairstyles for women mounted on short and colourful wooden sticks.

A Body on the Ground: an interview with Kedisha Coakley

29.04.2021, by Even Allen

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

A group of people gather for a writing workshop. They are seated in rows, and a person stands at the front next to their slides projected onto the wall.

After a decade of Corridor8, why we’re changing how we work

06.01.2020, by Lara Eggleton and Lauren Velvick

The Dirt I’m Made Of: Two Interviews about OUTPUT Gallery

27.10.2019, by Callan Waldron-Hall

Discussing Supersymmetry

15.09.2019, by Matthew Merrick

A map with a sticker showing 'You are here'.

East Leeds Project: an interview with Kerry Harker and Claire Irving

30.08.2019, by Joanna Jowett

Caustic Coastal x Corridor8

16.08.2019, by James Schofield

Neon red writing that reads: 'Suffering Arcadia'.

Annabel McCourt: Suffering Arcadia

08.07.2019, by Martha Cattell

Barby Asante BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead Rene McBrearty

Discussing Barby Asante’s Declaration of Independence

25.04.2019, by Katy Bentham

Asia Triennial Manchester 2018

In Conversation with Alnoor Mitha, Founding Artistic Director of Asia Triennial Manchester

16.11.2018, by Jessica El Mal

Tim Etchells TATE Modern London

Swimming Against the Tide: an interview with Tim Etchells

15.08.2018, by Susie Pentelow

A corner of a gallery. On one wall large beaded strings hang together. On the other wall a series of colourful photographs are displayed.

Talking Rubbish with Joanne Lee, Joanna Rucklidge and Frazer Hudson

15.05.2018, by Alice Bradshaw

George Vasey Anna Barham Newcastle

A Curatorial Conversation with George Vasey

09.04.2018, by Niomi Fitzsimmons Fairweather

Aitor Gonzalez and Noel Clueit: Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

17.03.2018, by Lisa-Marie Dickinson

GOLDTAPPED x IMT Gallery

12.12.2017, by Mark Jackson, Stacey Davidson & Juliet Fleming

Paradise Works x VITRINE

05.12.2017, by Hilary Jack & Helena Kate Whittingham

Rebecca Halliwell-Sutton - Woon Fellowship

Rebecca Halliwell-Sutton on her Woon Tai Jee Fellowship

24.11.2017, by Helena Whittingham

A colourful painting. It features a group of five black men and women in a blue and red room, with an arched window looking onto the sea. The characters interact at a bench, some seated and some standing. One woman has a goose head.

Political Activism in Paint: an interview with Lubaina Himid

06.11.2017, by Siobhán Forshaw

School Of The Damned, Merz Barn residency, Cumbria – Part Two

23.10.2017, by James Schofield