Art in Ruins, artists, Hannah Vowles and Glyn Banks interviewed by Eva Weinmayr. An excerpt from Weinmayr’s prologue, “I first met Art in Ruins at the 4th European Biennial of Fine Art Academies in Maastricht in the early nineties. The pair’s directness, intensity and critical insight made a big impact on me. My impression at the time was that the two artists were fascinated and probably fatigued by the paradox of critiquing the system while becoming more and more part of it.”
There’s also some really great newsprints from Night of the Living Dead inside.
Published by Occasional Papers and Form Content. Excerpt about Art and Ruins from Occasional Papers: “Formed in 1984 by Hannah Vowles and Glyn Banks, Art in Ruins is an English collaborative art practice that was active in the London and Berlin art scenes of the 1980s and 1990s. Together, Vowles and Banks developed an artistic practice based on communication and reflection on their role as artists within the (art)world.”
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