Ian Giles

An Interview With Ian Giles

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Objectiv Journal, March 2018 Entrée – one of Bergen’s leading non-profit, independent spaces – has this year made a decisive commitment to showing single-screen film and video works in the most

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An Interview With Ian Giles

This piece was commissioned by and first published in Objectiv Journal, March 2018 Entrée – one of Bergen’s leading non-profit, independent spaces – has this year made a decisive commitment to showing single-screen film and video works in the most

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Ian Giles: After Butt: Chelsea Space, London

  When does a cultural artefact – a magazine, a film, an artwork – cease to be considered what we might call ‘contemporary’ and enter the realm of the historical? A minute ago? Yesterday? The turn of the millennium? Once

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Ian Giles: After Butt: Chelsea Space, London

  When does a cultural artefact – a magazine, a film, an artwork – cease to be considered what we might call ‘contemporary’ and enter the realm of the historical? A minute ago? Yesterday? The turn of the millennium? Once

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Ian Giles: Common Room – The Java Project, Brooklyn

This review was commissioned by and first published on Temporary Art Review  Anyone with a modicum of interest in the American modernists will be aware of their fondness for gathering in particular urban spaces – cafés, bookstores, libraries – that

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Ian Giles: Common Room – The Java Project, Brooklyn

This review was commissioned by and first published on Temporary Art Review  Anyone with a modicum of interest in the American modernists will be aware of their fondness for gathering in particular urban spaces – cafés, bookstores, libraries – that

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