Articles by: Andrew Finch

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We saw Slint at The Old Market, Hove

We saw Slint at The Old Market, Hove

Don stepped outside… There are some bands that manage to possess the fire very early in their beginnings, but that doesn’t mean that they can contain it. It’s there for a moment but threatens to combust entirely, spontaneously, and leaves the band in a state of ruin where all there // Read More

by × September 2, 2014 ×

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Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 4 – Graffiti

Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 4 – Graffiti

Brighton-based writer Andrew Finch discusses the subtleties of graffiti in the fourth and final part of his forthcoming zine “WRITING ON THE WALLS OF PUBLIC PROPERTY IS NEITHER DONE FOR CRITICAL ACCLAIM NOR FINANCIAL REWARD – IT IS THEREFORE THE PUREST FORM OF ART. DISCUSS”.

by × November 15, 2012 ×

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Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 3 – Vandalism

Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 3 – Vandalism

Brighton-based writer Andrew Finch discusses the relationship between graffiti and vandalism in the third part of his forthcoming zine “WRITING ON THE WALLS OF PUBLIC PROPERTY IS NEITHER DONE FOR CRITICAL ACCLAIM NOR FINANCIAL REWARD – IT IS THEREFORE THE PUREST FORM OF ART. DISCUSS”.

by × November 10, 2012 ×

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Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 2 – The Industry

Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 2 – The Industry

Brighton-based writer Andrew Finch discusses the relationship between graffiti and the entertainment industry in the second part of his forthcoming zine “WRITING ON THE WALLS OF PUBLIC PROPERTY IS NEITHER DONE FOR CRITICAL ACCLAIM NOR FINANCIAL REWARD – IT IS THEREFORE THE PUREST FORM OF ART. DISCUSS”.

by × October 10, 2012 ×

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Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 1 – Art

Writing On The Walls Of Public Property: Part 1 – Art

Brighton-based writer Andrew Finch discusses the purpose and meaning of art in the first instalment of his forthcoming zine “WRITING ON THE WALLS OF PUBLIC PROPERTY IS NEITHER DONE FOR CRITICAL ACCLAIM NOR FINANCIAL REWARD – IT IS THEREFORE THE PUREST FORM OF ART. DISCUSS”.

by × October 2, 2012 ×