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Interview with Rosana Cade


Hello! Tell us a bit about yourself; who are you, and what do you do? Hi! I’m Rosana Cade. I’m an artist based in Glasgow and my work straddles performance, live art, experimental theatre, film, club/cabaret, and activism. I identify as a queer artist. For me queerness is about:  Rebellion! Celebration! Experimentation! Rebelling passionately against

Interview with Semiconductor


Ahead of their exciting exhibition at our Wired Women* Festival, we posed a few questions to Semiconductor to find out a bit more about their work. Read on to see what the dynamic duo had to say. Hello! Tell us a bit about yourselves; who are you, and what do you do? We’re the artist

Festival Artists Announced 


NEoN Digital Arts Festival 10th-13th November 2021 Wired Women*  WARNING: This article contains strong language Under the theme ‘Wired Women*’, NEoNs annual festival will look to address the digital gender divide and highlight the contribution of female and nonbinary artists in shaping the digital and technology-driven arts sector. Its 4-day festival will be a hybrid

DJCAD Masters Show 2019 Review: Guided With Touch


How do I even start to determine the quality of a particular work of art? Versions of this question bounced around in my head as I made my way to this year’s Masters Show at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, which presented the work of graduates from a variety of MFA, MSc

Patrick Staff: The Prince of Homburg


During ‘The Prince of Homburg’, the central video piece of the exhibition of the same name from Patrick Staff showing at Dundee Contemporary Arts this summer, we’re told that feelings are not a joke, that they shouldn’t be trivialised, that they are, in fact, a matter of life and death. One of the key feelings

Last chance to see AL and AL’s “new nativity”


There’s only a few days left to see AL and AL’s specially commissioned work as part of NEoN digital arts festival’s ‘take over’ of the Wellgate shopping centre. In their piece, the ‘Immaculate Conception of Isaac Newton’, artists Alan Holmes and Alan Taylor, known professionally as AL and AL, propose that the birth of the

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