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Chris Fite-Wassilak

From tapestries of ‘Tootsie Rolls’ to excerpts from a burnt-out dystopia: here’s what’s on in the UK capital

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‘I'm interested in the voice as author, as witness, as conduit, as ventriloquist’ – the artist speaks about what comes next

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With her show opening at Kunstraum in London tonight, the artist's choreographed performances capture bodies in flux

By Chris Fite-Wassilak
Terre Thaemlitz, Interstices, 2001-2003, site-specific text installation view, 2017, Auto Italia, London, window vinyl, vinyl wallpaper, poster handouts, Tokyo Blue strip light. Courtesy: Auto Italia, London; photograph: Manuela Barczewski

Auto Italia, London, UK

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‘We Were Having An Argument About Kenneth Koch's 'One Train May Hide Another’, 2017, installation view, Kingsgate Porject Space, London. Photograph: Tim Bowditch

A new set of policies and increased possibilities for artists’ studios mark a shift – but is it too late?

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If we want a diversity of art spaces we need to vote with our feet

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‘The Museum of Rhythm’, exhibition view. Courtesy: Wadada Leo Smith and Corbett vs. Dempsey, Łódź; photograph: Piotr Tomczyk

Museum Sztuki, Łódź, Poland

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Carroll/Fletcher, London, UK

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Envisioning hybrid ecologies of the next age: Rachael Champion, Joey Holder (currently in Deptford X festival, London) and Rolf Nowotny

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Various venues, Liverpool, UK

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Studio_Leigh, London, UK

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Jasmina Cibic, The Nation Loves It (Shadows), 2015, HD video still

Ludwig Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary

By Chris Fite-Wassilak