no-one's not from everywhere

April 2008
Vertigo (09687904);Spring2008, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p60
This article offers an overview of the book "no-one's not from everywhere," by Nick Stewart. The book includes a series of conversations with Irish artists that were recorded in 2003-2004 and several subjects that are related to the central theme of identity and nationality. During the sessions with Irish artists, they were told that personal experience and intellectual analysis or political debate should be the focus and that their quotes would not be attributed in the final text. Since 1991, Stewart has been exhibiting video and video installation pieces internationally.


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