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The work of Exeter artist Veronica Gosling

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By Jonas Torrance from Dubwiser in New Art on Wednesday 21 December 2011

My father lives in Devon, and when I go to his house, my favourite room is the toilet. The reason is simple; it’s decorated with cards from Gallery 36, the home of Exeter artist Veronica Gosling. She paints on everything from teacups to spectacle cases. The cards come from her During The Night series and […]

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Nine Ways of Seeing the Body: book by Sandra Reeve

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By Jonas Torrance from Dubwiser in New Trends on Tuesday 20 December 2011

Sandra Reeve is a brilliant dance movement therapist who has a book out called Nine Ways of Seeing the Body. Ever thought you feel like a different person in different situations? Well, here’s the proof.

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Wayne McArthur: Victory Dance

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By Jonas Torrance from Dubwiser in New Music on Tuesday 20 December 2011

Straight outta Luton, Wayne McArthur tours around the UK with his daughters playing live roots reggae. He recorded this tune a couple of years back and it still smashes dancehalls all over. A particular favourite of Aba Shant,i I’m told. Very hard to get hold of. Time for a re release?

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Mad skillz beatboxing of Killa Kela

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By Jonas Torrance from Dubwiser in Video on Tuesday 20 December 2011

Everyone knows, or should know about the ‘mad skillz’ beatboxing of Killa Kela, but he can write a song too. Here’s a favourite of mine which he penned with a bit of assistance from Dubwiser’s very own Spider J.

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Dance artist Ana Barbour collaborates with VJ Dariusz Dziala

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By Jonas Torrance from Dubwiser in New Art on Tuesday 20 December 2011

Coming from a Butoh dance background, Ana Barbour uses the themes of the body and change a lot in her work, someone who’s not afraid to cover herself in a sack of balloons and move veeery slowly has to be worth checking out.

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