|Corporate Creators:||Corridor 8|
ovelist Jenny Diski, author of Only Human and Nothing Natural, presents new writing recounting two memorable trips to the North of England. A personal response to the writer is provided by New York based novelist and art critic Frederic Tuten.
Artist and Northern Art Prize winner Paul Rooney gives us his take on living and working as an artist in Liverpool in a critical examination of the city and its cultural aspirations.
Artist and social researcher Grace Hamilton speaks to the North’s major art education institutions including Christine Borland, professor at BALTIC 31 in Newcastle, Maurice Carlin at Islington Mill Academy in Salford, Juan Cruz, professor of fine art at Liverpool’s School of Art and Design at LJMU, Ian Rawlinson, artist and Route Leader at the Manchester School of Art at MMU and The Free University of Liverpool gives a collective interview.
Also in this issue we present the first print edition of the, usually online, contemporary art and writing magazine Soanyway. This 16-page special edition explores the theme of ‘Content[s]‘ with its double meaning of containment and contentment. Image-led and printed in full colour on glossy paper, it provides a stunning colour supplement to Corridor8.
Contributors to the supplement are Alex Dipple, Andrew George, Phill Hopkins, Eoin Shea, Lisa Stansbie and Anna T, Billy Cancel, Tom Duggan, Claire Potter and Stephanie Richardson.
|Schools:||School of Art, Design and Architecture|
|Funders:||Arts Council England and Lottery Funding|
|Deposited By:||Lisa Stansbie|
|Deposited On:||08 Aug 2012 10:56|
|Last Modified:||08 Aug 2012 10:56|