Check out Pat Thomson's blog Patter
Have a look at this site Oblique Strategies - http://www.oblicard.com/
'DON'T BE AFRAID OF THINGS BECAUSE THEY'RE EASY TO DO'
Understanding Hal Foster - http://www.artspace.com/magazine/art_101/know-your-critics/hal-foster-godfather-of-postmodernism-53584
Very interesting project and I am particularly interested in the concept of liminality as it plays a major role in my own work. Check out Ruth's research on http://land2.leeds.ac.uk/texts/liminality/
"Ruth Jones has recently started a three year AHRC research fellowship in the Creative and Performing Arts. The research will build on her practice led DPhil – ‘Liminality, Risk and Repetition: towards a feminine becoming in contemporary art practices’ to address the following questions:What are the conditions required for generating liminality within site-specific installation and public art practice and what consequences does this have for rethinking the relationships between ‘place’, ‘identity’ and ‘gender’?" [ 14 March 2016 - http://land2.leeds.ac.uk/texts/liminality/]
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A very useful website for professional artists: From how to formulate a CV to writing and artist statement and cover letter - it's all here. http://www.artbusinessinfo.com/