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Text for The New Art Examiner November/December 2023 issue

Tate Britain Reception September 2024

Opening reception at Tate Britain to celebrate the acquisition of my 1992 installation “Microwaves & Frozen Stills” archive, as part of the Museum of Installations archive and launch of a new website, showing the new museum of installation complete archive and History.  The event is intended to herald a new

MOI web launch

Launch date Fri Sept 6. Documentation from my Exhibition with MOI in 1992 will be included in the new website. Installation shots and video documentation, catalogues, print, books and reviews.

GLOBAL NOMADIC ART PROJECT MONGOLIA – IV 2024

“Nature and Water” 05 to 18 September 2024 Ulaanbaatar city, Dundgobi province, and Umnugobi provinces, Mongolia Global Nomadic Art project in coordination with the Yatoo Association fromthe Republic of Korea. »GNAP« – Global Nomadic Art Project YATOO-i (yatooi.com) 22 artists from 8 countries Opening exhibition 18th of September 2024, Chinggis

E17 Art Trail 1st – 16 June 2024

Studio opening Saturday June 8th 12pm – 6pm Forest Park Artist Trail Saturday June 8th 12 PM – 6 PM CELL STUDIOS FOREST PARK 34 FOREST BUSINESS PARK, ARGALL AVENUE, LONDON E10 7FB

Art event in support of Gaza Italy/Mexico

Review of the Venice Biennale as a model of the Biennale Form as the Global Management and distribution of Western Art

Postcards for Palestine Venice and Berlin

To be shown during the 60th Venice Biennale and Berlin in collaboration with the Art of the Working Class  At the Laguna, the postcards will be available at the front desk of the South West Bank: Landworks, Collective Action and Sound exhibition, organised by Artists + Allies x Hebron.

The new Conservative revolution in Art Part 2

New text for The New Art Examiner March Edition

Polemical text and review of “Entangled Pasts 1768 – now – Art, Colonialism and change” at the Royal Academy of Art, London, UK for The New Art Examiner

I decided to use the current show at The Royal Academy as a material concrete model to expand my thinking to understand “The Conservative Revolution in Art” and Neoliberalism, specifically Neoliberal institutions and Neoliberal art, through clarifying and expanding new concepts to rethink and update “PostAutonomy”, “A critique of Total

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