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Pinkxbrains // Technical-Adjacent reviewewewew:))))))))))00

Review of Technical-Adjacent written by Pinkxbrains (member of Art Press collective) as part of a week long work experience placement at Turf.

At first, Technical-Adjacent FOR ME was confusion.

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Flora Hunt // Artists’ Lunchtime Feedback

(The day after the election results)

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RUTH BEALE // ARTISTS’ LUNCHTIME FEEDBACK

Great crested newts, a jade rabbit, care & labour, taste & senses, and the earth from space. Live video editing, improvised jazz, teach-ins, a food enterprise, and a collective performance.

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Deborah Findlater // Artists’ Lunchtime Feedback // Misbehaving Bodies

What do we do when our bodies diverge from what is considered the norm? How do we as visual artists translate emotions, feelings and reactions that occur in the body? What are the possibilities and the limitations of sight?

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Kelly Jackson // Artists’ Lunchtime Feedback

I have taken the opportunity to make the blog post into a piece of work in itself. To start here’s a disclaimer: the events described are not EXACTLY what happened, but my memory of the event that I’ve taken a little artist licence with.

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Mandisa Apena // Artists’ Lunchtime Feedback

Among the myriad of biscuits and cups of tea and coffee, the writing special of Turf’s Lunchtime Feedback began. Unfortunately the biscuits were not to my liking at all (sorry Holly), but the excitement of being able to be gifted with art to consume and feedback on was enough to sustain me for the whole session.

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Alice Channer // Artists’ Lunchtime Feedback

Intimate intergalactic interpretative

(reflection as interruption)

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Little Vietnam // Discussion with Will Pham, Rosalie Bell & Natalie Bell.

A transcript of a discussion at the opening night of Will Pham’s Little Vietnam at Turf Projects, between Will Pham, Rosalie Bell and Natalie Bell.

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Little Vietnam – Will Pham in Conversation with Natalie Tan

Family, time, and the present are three key pillars of Will Pham’s first solo exhibition ​Little Vietnam​, the most recent show at Turf Projects in London’s Borough of Croydon that took place from May 14 – July 6, 2019. The 16-minute video work of the same name, captured on Super 8 film, depicts several everyday scenes centred around Pham’s multi-generational family: going to church, spending time at the park, preparing for a backyard barbecue at his uncle’s new house, ending at Pham’s parent’s restaurant, Little Vietnam in South Wimbledon.

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Will Pham // Artists’ Lunchtime Feedback

Thank you to Turf for inviting me to lead this feedback session. It was a great day and thank you to the artists for sharing their work. This blog post hopes to give a sense of topics and questions discussed throughout the session. 

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