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The Courtauldian

c/o The Students’ Union

The Courtauld Institute of Art

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London

WC1X 9EW

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(2017)

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Issue 14

(December 2016)

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Issue 15

(February 2017)

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Issue 1

(December 2012)

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December 31, 2017

 Symptoms of Information Overload

Grosse Fatigue (Dead Tired), Camille Henrot, 2013, video, 13 minutes, Silex Film and Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris

The digital age is one of endless connectivity and communication. We now exist, for better or worse, in a time that facilit...

December 28, 2017

Photo by Michael Harvey, Copyright Chris Keenan

When I think about the role of technology in the arts, what first comes to mind is video or sound art, light installations or the use of VR machines, my mind does not instantly fall on ceramics. How technology has allowed...

December 27, 2017

The Filippiada refugee camp is a few minutes outside of Filippiada, a town in north west Greece. From its road entrance, a cabin and a single slat car barrier left from when the Greek military occupied the site can be seen, and there is no sign of the vibrant community...

December 20, 2017

‘Every relationship needs a man’ is a belief prevalent in our society from its very beginning. But if we try and actually follow this archaic, short-sighted narrative, what happens when you put two men in one room at the same time? Tom Froy’s ‘HOMMO’ at the Lion and Un...

December 18, 2017

It is becoming increasingly clear that the average London millennial is somewhat obsessed with food. As we are so often told and know so well, however, we are equally obsessed with technology. The two passions go hand-in-hand. We look at, order, and joke about food onl...

December 16, 2017

The morning after Trump was elected a group of Courtauld students met for a lesson on Dada and Fascism. That same day, they founded the Montage Mädels, because silence and inaction felt like complicity. Here is their collective voice, visual and reactionary.

Where does...

December 15, 2017

‘Elephant Park’, 2017 formerly the Heygate Estate. Photograph by Matt Page.

Since its inception in the early twentieth century, the position of social housing in Britain has been transformed. Whereas in the post-war period home ownership with state support was aspiratio...

December 11, 2017

Illustration by Lucy Key-Stratton

In the 72 years of their existence, the names Moomintroll, Snorkmaiden and Snufkin have come to overshadow that of their Finnish creator, Tove Jansson. Yet a new exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery seeks to redress this, establishing...

December 8, 2017

Annely Juda Fine Art: 8 November - 14 December 2017

Annely Juda Fine Art presents a group show exploring a fundamental principle of art making, light and dark. A somewhat obvious notion, but the work in this show demonstrates a variety of creative applications to such a...

December 7, 2017

For the next few months, ten floors of Tate Modern will be dedicated to the work of the Russian conceptual artists, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. The exhibition includes recreations of three of the couples’ so-called ‘total installations’: immersive environments which inclu...

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