Alice Theobald and Atomik Architecture

 I have viewed this piece at The Baltic a few times now. I did not run to write a blog about it, as I wasn't entirely sure what I thought. I needed more time to process what I'd seen and I also felt like I had to see it again before I could formulate my … Continue reading Alice Theobald and Atomik Architecture

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B. Wurtz at Baltic

Contemporary art is often controversial in it's reception. Some people love it, some people hate it. Some people think their children could have done it. Other's say their child didn't do it and the artist beat them to it! This artwork is the perfect example of that retort. Wurtz's practice revolves around taking a simple everyday object … Continue reading B. Wurtz at Baltic

Brian Griffiths: ‘BILL MURRAY: A Story of Distance, Size and Sincerity

So this was also at Baltic when I visited. I saw it last time I was there but never got round to writing about it. I think this is because I had so many people say to me "have you seen that Bill Murray exhibition at Baltic?" and so by the time I eventually did get round … Continue reading Brian Griffiths: ‘BILL MURRAY: A Story of Distance, Size and Sincerity

Hajra Waheed

So I had a wee trip down to The Baltic this afternoon thinking there wouldn't be anything new on given how often I go. But I fancied a walk and some fresh air before the gym so decided to go anyway. I was pleasantly surprised to be greeted by Hajra Waheed's exhibition. Waheed's work explores … Continue reading Hajra Waheed