Interviews

Interview: Marc Dalessio

Claudia Massie

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Interview: Wil Freeborn

Claudia Massie

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Interview: Justine Frischmann

Andrew F Giles

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Interview: Gerry Cambridge

Andrew F Giles

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Interview: Sally Evans

Andrew Giles

Scotland’s ‘quiet radical’, poet Sally Evans, talks words & bees…

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Interview: Kenneth Goldsmith

Delaina Haslam

Superstar conceptual poet Goldsmith ums and aahs with Miss Haslam…

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Interview: Laura Mate

Géraldine Garcia

Photographer Laura Mate shares her stunning photos of Chinese women with European correspondent Géraldine García

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Interview: Suri Sumatra

Andrew F. Giles

Intellectual dancer Suri Sumatra teaches the editor a thing or two…

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Steven Severin on Jean Cocteau

Andrew F. Giles

New Linear Perspectives met with Steven Severin, musician, composer, and co-founder of Siouxsie & the Banshees, in the small Slovakian city of Bratislava. Severin was performing the film soundtrack that he has composed for Jean Cocteau’s first film, ‘Blood of a Poet (1930)

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Interview: Nicola Moir

Claudia Massie

Hong Kong-born and Sydney-based artist (and NLP contributor) talks to visual arts editor Claudia Massie

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Interview: The Silicon Artists

Nicola Moir

Nicola Moir talks to the innovative husband and wife duo, The Silicon Artists, who are causing a stir on the contemporary Australian art scene with their unique work which incorporates the use of unorthodox materials and imagery.

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Interview: Dave Turbitt

Claudia Massie

Claudia talks to Rodge Glass collaborator Dave Turbitt about their latest book out on Gutter, Dougie’s War

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Interview: Andrew Mackenzie

Claudia Massie

In many ways, although I am painting some recognizable landscape forms, such as trees, I see the work as abstract – a series of interweaving patterns, lines of different weights and rhythms, dots, negative spaces, balance between subject and ground…

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Interview: Emma Wesley

Claudia Massie

Emma Wesley is one of Britain’s foremost young portrait painters. She has won numerous awards for her work and is a member of the Royal Society of PortraitPainters. Her commissions include Oxbridge professors, Johnson Beharry VC and the Lord Chancellor, Jack Straw. Claudia Massie tracks her down for an exclusive interview for NLP.

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