Approaches to The Sun Never Sets
An essay by programme curator Kelsey Corbett outlines the foundational structure of The Sun Never Sets, which considers the myriad ramifications of empire.
South African scholar Li'Tsoanelo Zwane's essay, accompanying the Zul’bambe Linga’shoni exhibition, explores the epistemology of dreams as a sun that never sets.
Fariha Róisín's essay explores the Bollywood inspirations behind Preetika Rajgariah's bold and vibrant paintings on yoga mats.
Full, Messy and Beautiful
Hettie Judah’s essay outlines the impact that motherhood has on the artist and her ability to make, show and sell work.
Contemporary Hells: The Work of Louise Reynolds
Writer Eleanor Heartney considers Scottish artist Louise Reynolds' drawings in relation to art-historical hellscapes and contemporary media oversaturation.