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Anno Dracula. Interview with Kim Newman. Part 3

You know when you write, do you write to upset your readers? No, in all honesty, you don’t want to, sometimes I write about things that annoy me and assume it will annoy the reader. I don’t think that I am  particularly confrontational or gruesome writer. I did start out in thd 1980s ghd Era… Keep Reading

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Veronica Shimanokskaya – Ephemereye

I started my life in St Petersburg, then moved to the San Francisco Bay area, then to Cambridge Massachusetts, and then came to London, from where I returned to California. All of this was happening in pursuit of a fresh perspective and driven by an insatiable curiosity (the one that in some people’s opinion killed… Keep Reading

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Baltica! Part 2 – Installations, Photographs, Paintings, Textiles

Curator and artist Jude Cowan Montague creates an enormous wall of oil/acrylics on aluminium which she says:  “represents the wall between my family, the wall of mystery between my relations, if any were still alive, and ourselves in Scotland and England, and the separation of ourselves from a mythical homeland…The wall is about my lost… Keep Reading

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Baltica! Part 1 – Video Works

One of London’s great alternative exhibition spaces ‘The Old Biscuit Factory’, Bermondsey, hosted Baltica – Memory and Landscape, curated by Jude Cowan Montague, dedicated to work inspired by the Baltic Sea for a fleeting week in January. Sami Maalas’ Memory Wash (2020) played at right angles to a huge mirror giving a double projection of… Keep Reading

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