Video art

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‘I can’t take up a weapon, so I create’: how Ukraine’s artists are taking on Putin’s Russia
Putin’s invasion was designed to eradicate Ukraine’s sense of identity and history. But the nation’s artists are weaponising their work to mount a powerful act of resistance

Charlotte Higgins

26, Nov, 2022 @9:00 AM

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Grace Ndiritu’s invitation to ‘shamanic journeys’ wins Jarman award
The artist’s interest in esoteric spirituality used to provoke art-world ridicule. That is changing, along with the mind of a Foreign Office staffer who attended one of her performances

Elizabeth Fullerton

22, Nov, 2022 @7:15 PM

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Elizabeth Price review – carpet-focused show is a rich weave of politics and passion
An investigation by the Turner-winner into psychedelic rug-makers Stoddard and Templeton yields rich insights into the worlds of work and study

Lisette May Monroe

14, Nov, 2022 @2:09 PM

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Rodney Graham obituary
Artist whose complex photographic images and videos featured self-portraits and physical comedy

Oliver Basciano

27, Oct, 2022 @5:02 PM

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The Horror Show! review – the bands, TV shows and artists who revealed Britain’s sinister psyche
Slicing into the nation’s dark side, this excellent show is full of phantoms ranging from Rachel Whiteread’s spectral House to the gothic terror of Inside No 9

Jonathan Jones

26, Oct, 2022 @1:43 PM

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Hayley Tompkins review – you’ll never look at a chair in the same way again
Films with a toddlers’ eye view, mallets on walls and painted shirts – the artist’s new show breathes fresh joy into the way we see the world

Hannah Clugston

25, Oct, 2022 @2:21 PM

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‘You can’t unsee this’: Richard Mosse’s all-consuming plea to save the Amazon
Across a 20-metre panoramic screen in ultra-high resolution, visitors bear witness to environmental degradation – in a piece that overwhelms the senses

Brigid Delaney

30, Sep, 2022 @11:16 PM

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Go with the flow: the artists changing the face of movement on film
A new exhibition of video art encompasses sign language kung fu, caregiving as choreography and the fluidity of gender and tradition

Skye Sherwin

29, Sep, 2022 @7:00 AM

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‘We want to contaminate the street!’: the artist fighting Bolsonaro – with animal costumes
Weary of repetitive demos, the Brazilian conceived an altogether more unexpected collective action featuring parrots, pink dolphins and six-legged beetles

Oliver Basciano

27, Sep, 2022 @4:13 PM

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William Kentridge review – never ceases to mesmerise
The spectres of oppression and its victims in his country and beyond are conjured by the South African artist William Kentridge in an epic show spanning 40 years

Laura Cumming

25, Sep, 2022 @12:00 PM

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From Signal to Decay Volume 1 – review: An exhibition that sings to itself
Using ambient, dubby noise as well as drawings and video art, Mathison’s engrossing show ‘plays’ the echoing spaces of the gallery

Adrian Searle

16, Aug, 2022 @10:43 AM

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Edward George: ‘You can’t have Afrofuturism without some ambience of a fascist thinking creeping in’
The artist and film-maker talks about Black cultural history, Tupac Shakur, the evolution of dub and his remarkable cinema essays with the Black Audio Film Collective

Sukhdev Sandhu

21, Jul, 2022 @9:46 AM

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