Writing: Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope

I wrote a text for Nicholas Pope’s exhibition ‘Sins & Virtues’ at Sunday Painter. More Information HERE.  Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope Paul Auster’s collection of short stories, True Tales of American Life,

Writing: Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope

I wrote a text for Nicholas Pope’s exhibition ‘Sins & Virtues’ at Sunday Painter. More Information HERE.  Belief is what I Believe In: On the Work of Nicholas Pope Paul Auster’s collection of short stories, True Tales of American Life,

Exhibition: The Everyday Political at CGP London, 18 July – 26 August 2018

18 JULY-26 AUGUST 2018   //   THE GALLERY PREVIEW:  SUNDAY 15 JULY // 2-5PM EXHIBITION OPEN:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM-5PM ARTISTS // FOUNDATION PRESS, EMILY HESSE, JOY LABINJO, TOBY PHIPS LLOYD, GAYLE MEIKLE WITH CIARA LENIHAN, KUBA

Exhibition: The Everyday Political at CGP London, 18 July – 26 August 2018

18 JULY-26 AUGUST 2018   //   THE GALLERY PREVIEW:  SUNDAY 15 JULY // 2-5PM EXHIBITION OPEN:  WEDNESDAY // THURSDAY // FRIDAY // SATURDAY // SUNDAY // 11AM-5PM ARTISTS // FOUNDATION PRESS, EMILY HESSE, JOY LABINJO, TOBY PHIPS LLOYD, GAYLE MEIKLE WITH CIARA LENIHAN, KUBA

Interview: Gabi Ngcobo, Director of Berlin Biennial for Mousse, Issue 64 Summer 2018

(Published in Issue 64, Summer 2018)  George Vasey and Gabi Ngcobo in Conversation  George Vasey: The title, We Don’t Need Another Hero, is lifted from the famous song by Tina Turner, and provides a framework for the Biennale. When did

Interview: Gabi Ngcobo, Director of Berlin Biennial for Mousse, Issue 64 Summer 2018

(Published in Issue 64, Summer 2018)  George Vasey and Gabi Ngcobo in Conversation  George Vasey: The title, We Don’t Need Another Hero, is lifted from the famous song by Tina Turner, and provides a framework for the Biennale. When did

Interview: Michael Rakowitz for Art Monthly

Interview published in May 2018 issue of Art Monthly. Michael Rakowitz interviewed by George Vasey George Vasey: Let’s start at the beginning with paraSITE, which you began in 1997-. As part of this continuing project you have worked with homeless

Interview: Michael Rakowitz for Art Monthly

Interview published in May 2018 issue of Art Monthly. Michael Rakowitz interviewed by George Vasey George Vasey: Let’s start at the beginning with paraSITE, which you began in 1997-. As part of this continuing project you have worked with homeless

Review: The Eventuality Dispenser by Mauve hosted by Monomatic at Fettes College, Edinburgh

(Images at the bottom of the text)  I remember secondary school with mixed feelings. I was an okay student but by the time I was 16 I was ready to leave. I flunked my A’Levels with two E’s and a

Review: The Eventuality Dispenser by Mauve hosted by Monomatic at Fettes College, Edinburgh

(Images at the bottom of the text)  I remember secondary school with mixed feelings. I was an okay student but by the time I was 16 I was ready to leave. I flunked my A’Levels with two E’s and a

Writing: FVU/Jerwood Award, On the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta

You can read my essay to accompany the FVU/Jerwood award in the link below. I write on the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta in relation to the theme of “unintended consequences.” Unintended_Consequences_George_Vasey_OnlinePDF

Writing: FVU/Jerwood Award, On the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta

You can read my essay to accompany the FVU/Jerwood award in the link below. I write on the work of Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta in relation to the theme of “unintended consequences.” Unintended_Consequences_George_Vasey_OnlinePDF

Interview: Richard Parry on upcoming GI Festival for Mousse Magazine

Published HERE. Cut and pasted below: Richard Parry and George Vasey in conversation Ahead of Glasgow International’s opening on the 20th April, the festival’s new Director Richard Parry meets with George Vasey to talk about planetary scale computation, Twitter politics

Interview: Richard Parry on upcoming GI Festival for Mousse Magazine

Published HERE. Cut and pasted below: Richard Parry and George Vasey in conversation Ahead of Glasgow International’s opening on the 20th April, the festival’s new Director Richard Parry meets with George Vasey to talk about planetary scale computation, Twitter politics