Published on the occasion of the Hannah Collins exhibition at Camden Arts Centre 4th July - 13th September 2015
Includes an essay by Brian Dillon who has written several books including The Great Explosion (Penguin, 2015), Ruin Lust (Tate, 2014). His writing has appeared in Artforrum, Frieze, the Guardian and New York Times. He is UK editor of Cabinet magazine and teaches critical writing at the Royal College of Art
Camden Arts Centre publishes a File Note for each exhibition and residency in the programme. The File Notes began when Camden Arts Centre re-opened in 2004, following building renovations. Each one contains a specially commissioned text, written by a critic, writer or fellow artist, giving insight in to the exhibition and the artist’s practice, as well as supporting images, reading, viewing or listening lists compiled by the artist. Designed by Practise and Sara de Bondt Studio and printed in a run of 1,000, the File Notes are collectables and can be collated in a specially-designed File Note binder.