| Internationally known hipster, punkster and
artist of note, Jamie Reid returns to the scene with his Autumn programme
of SHAMANARCHY. Peace Is Tough exhibitions: Derry, Northern
Ireland. November 5-12 2001 Jump Ship Rat Gallery, Parr St, Liverpool. From
mid November until January 2002 London date TBA. The Nowhere / Boredom
panel was produced collaboratively by Jamie Reid and his assistant Brian
Jones. Its time to be brave and kindle the fires of hope for
the 21st Century.
|Born in England, 1966. Artist. Lives and works
in London. The text in Fionas panels for Art-Tube 01 is an excerpt
from a blow by blow account of the film Arsewoman in Wonderland.
Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Barbara Thumm, Berlin 2001, Murray
Guy, New York 2001, 130 1PE in LA 2000, The Art Now room at The Tate 1998,
City Racing 1996. Group Shows include Berlin Biennale 2 2001, Spell Bound
at The Hayward Gallery 1996 and General Release at the Venice Biennale 1995.
Her first book The Nam was published in 1997. Banner
is published this year by August Media.
|Artist / Film maker living and working in London.
Panel 1 (L to R) - Extracts from The Box, London, 1980 : 2000 photos taken from one weeks television.
Panel 2 (L to R) - Extracts from the book Hysteric Glamour / Dick Jewell 2001 published by Hysteric Glamour,
Steve Strange detail, Dolphin House, London, 1981 : photo.
Surfing On An Even Bigger Splash (facials) detail, 1999 : JPEG montage.
Dr D & Stephanie, Catford, London, 1998 : photo.
Attitudism detail, (disgust/John Maybury) 1983-1987 : photomontage.
|Tarka Kings paintings are dispassionate
and tranquil; no flurry of wind disturbs the spindly branches of the trees,
no traffic skirmishes on the fly-over... Cressida Connolly.
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|I can say with reasonable honesty that I feel my works spring out of the boyhood absurdist fantasies I shared with my late younger brother. To this day I would still agree, perhaps more strongly than I did then, that the absurd and the deadly serious are two sides of the same coin. The world seems to me now as it did then, an arbitrary place - and yet, perhaps because of the very arbitrariness, strangely charged with meaning, which hits you when and where you least expect it. Why Walk? is from the sculpture / installation Head(s) In The Clouds|
|Resides and works in London. She uses video, audio recordings, drawings and writings in her work. In February for Location, an exhibition at Trinity Buoy Wharf she contributed audio recordings of London street voices, reading a text exploring accent as a means of identity. She is working on History of The World, a collection of stills aimed at reassessing the value of the childrens encyclopedia. The piece for Art Tube 01 originally came from a longer essay discussing the difference between art objects and normal objects. It is not meant as a definitive work, more as an accompanying text for the reader to use in the assimilation of the others work.|
|Italian nature artist. Born 1933. Loves making people laugh. He spends the day time with his (alter ego) dog Lyn, in an horticultural kingdom which he built 15 years ago. In this realm, many different plants, fruits and vegetables are grown joyfully... a celebration of life on the outskirts of Milan. The pieces shown in Art-Tube 01 panels are originally tree roots GT found diving or by the banks of the Ticino River.|
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