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The Unreturning

When the staging of a play is minimal and the cast small, every part of the production must be engaging in order to succeed. The Unreturning achieves this with ease.…

Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye

To leave an exhibition more impressed with the person behind the artworks than the artworks themselves might not be what an artist desires, but such is the effect of City…

TWENTY at Ingleby Gallery

Ringing a doorbell and being let in by a friendly individual is more of what someone could expect from a hospitable friend than an art gallery. This is New Town’s…

Acts of Dis Play

When an exhibition is introduced as aiming to “unsettle the convention of the ‘explanation’, to foster an empowering, uncertain and open series of encounters”, it can go one of two…

History Machines: Donovan and Siegel

Perhaps you’re reading this on paper, or maybe you’re reading this on a screen. A lot of significant things have happened over a significant amount of time, to get you…