Nought to Sixty

thumbnailphpThis catalogue represents the documentation, essays and discussions of Nought to Sixty, beginning with an introduction by Melissa Gronlund. With a full-colour section of all artists’ projects, the Nought to Sixty catalogue comprises of texts about each artist’s practice, extracts of the season’s salon discussions, and essays that address the networks that form and contribute to an emerging visual art scene.

Includes work by the following artists: Nina Beier and Marie Lund, Juliette Blightman, Brown Mountain College, Andrea Büttner, Aileen Campbell, Duncan Campbell, Nina Canell and Robin Watkins, Jeffrey Charles Henry Peacock, Kim Coleman and Jenny Hogarth with Boyle Family, Stephen Connolly, Mike Cooter, Matthew Darbyshire, Sean Edwards, ELECTRA, Redmond Entwistle, Ruth Ewan, Freee, Maria Fusco, Babak Ghazi, Guestroom, Seamus Harahan, Hardcore Is More Than Music, Emma Hart and Benedict Drew, Alexander Heim , Iain Hetherington, Will Holder, Andrew Hunt, The Hut Project, Fiona Jardine, Jesse Jones, Junior Aspirin Records, Anja Kirschner and David Panos, Thomas Kratz, Torsten Lauschmann, Lorna Macintyre, Alastair MacKinven, Ursula Mayer, Matthew Noel-Tod, Open Music Archive, David Osbaldeston, Garrett Phelan, Gail Pickering, Sarah Pierce, Clunie Reid, Hannah Rickards, James Richards, Ben Rivers, Giles Round, Alun Rowlands, Stephen Sutcliffe, Support Structure,Tris Vonna-Michell, Mark Aerial Waller, Andy Wake.

Institute of Contemporary Arts, 5 May – 2 November 2008

Edited by Mark Sladen, Richard Birkett and Isla Leaver-Yap
Essays by JJ Charlesworth, Melissa Gronlund, Pablo Lafuente, Lisa Le Feuvre, Paul O’Neill and Mick Wilson, Sarah Pierce andEmily Pethick.

ISBN 978-1-900300-59-9

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