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Arnolfini’s Futures: a workshop Monday 24th January

Over the course of Arnolfini's 50th anniversary year, artist Neil Cummings will be working with us to develop a series of self-portraits of the Arnolfini using information from the archive.…

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I saw Charlie Chaplin’s The Gold Rush on Monday. The Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Carl Davis played a live accompaniment to Chaplin's silent classic in a special…

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In Britain, the coalition governments destruction of public funding for university education, and the decimation of financial support for arts and their institutions, has indeed induced pain in the arts.

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With other leading academics, artists, curators and writers I contributed to a symposium coorganised by Lanchester Gallery Projects and the Herbert Art Gallery in Coventry. 

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After an amazing week long working session where we developed and made the Relational Machine, part of the

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The Arnolfini will be fifty years old in 2011, and I've been commissioned by curator Nav Haq to work on project during the year.

I'm collaborating with the archivist Julian Warren. We are working…

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On Friday I'll contribute as part of Critical Practice to an informal discussion on the relations between Money/Space/Art as part of This Is Not A Gateway 2010.

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This Friday I went to one of the Friday Sessions hosted by Public Works, they invite experts, guests and friends to participate in informal talks and presentations.

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I participated in The Future of Art, Archives and Special Collections a collaborative event organised by Tate's Library & Archive and Chelsea College of Art & Design.

"There is conflict…

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Wow! I went to see an amazing performance created by Eileen Simpson and Ben White of Open Music Archive.

I worked with Ben and Eileen on…

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I went to London zoo to participate in an extension of an exhibition and conference. The exhibition at Gasworks was

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Its been a long time coming, but the book Lapdogs of the Bourgeoisie Class Hegemony in Contemporary Art

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I spent the summer in Gijon, in northern Spain and visited LABoral.

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I spent August in Gijon, Asturias in northern Spain.

I had walked through the town the previous year on the ruta del…

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I wrote a short text, commissioned by katya Sander for Circulation, a special issue of Printed…

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I was in Madrid, researching at Intermediae, when the 2010 World cup final unfolded. It was an…

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As part of Critical Practice I participated in a discussion organised by Department 21 at the Royal College of Art.

Critical Practice, a cluster of artists, researchers and academics…

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Some of us from Chelsea College of Art have formed a cycling team, Chelsea Cadence. Although 'team' may be too ambitious a term, maybe cluster, flock..huddle.....rabble..

Anyway. we took part, alongside 27,991 other people in the annual London to Brighton cycle run. It was great fun.…

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Peter Maloney is a researcher working on the impact of technology within learning environments. This is an edited text of a conversation from Thursday 3rd June 2010.

Peter Maloney: Neil, I’m interested in the origins of the Chelseawiki, and…

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PARADE: public modes of assembly and forms of address

 

I contribute to Critical Practice, a cluster of artists, researchers and academics…

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I was in Cairo in November 2008 to shoot a short film for an exhibition entitled Lapdogs of the Bourgeoisie. It's made in a ‘reality’ documentary TV style, it's a broadcast ‘trailer’ a synopsis of a future programme. Its a clone…

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I will take part in a three day event FL∆G: re-turning the educational turn at Chelsea College of Art and Design