Practice Reflections:

Isabelle Sully
Administration’s Histrionics

Alexandra Phillips

Human Correction and
The Pros of Deviation


Katharina Cameron
Every Heart

Isabelle Sully
Administration’s Histrionics

For our third Practice Reflections text, Artist and Editor Isabelle Sully reflects on the gendered nature of ancillary work and the expectation to perform. Led by the maguffin of a fictional TV show plot in which secretarial characters begin to strike, Sully attempts to answer the nagging question at the root of her practice: Why administration? 


Alexandra Phillips
Human Correction and
The Pros of Deviation


A cultural optimist by nature, Alexandra Phillips’ reflexive sculptural work celebrates the subtleties conjured by our excesses and our ‘human errors’.  For the second in our series of Practice Reflections, she prompts us to reflect on the small scale sureties; that open error onto other subtle forces of possibility.


Katharina Cameron
Every Heart

Launching the first of a new series: Practice Reflections. We share German artist Katharina Cameron’s accumulation of thoughts as she opens her solo show at Available and the Rat, a project space in Rotterdam south. Reflecting on her home studio practice Cameron opens up a year of findings, speaking of the distribution images, form, and ornament in a (re-)productive system of connection and alienation.