October – December 2014
- Surreal Inventiveness: Peter Kirkpatrick launches brush by joanne burns
- An Unflinching Dissection of Human Behavior: Lisa Wardle reviews The Sky So Heavy by Claire Zorn
- Curio and Curiouser: Hamish Danks Brown reviews Curio by Kristin Hannaford
- Completely Analogue in Operation: Mark Roberts considers The Microscope Project
- From Cemeteries to Video Stores: Francis Thompson launches Salt and Bone by Zenobia Frost
- Are You Receiving Me: Mark Roberts Previews The Fourth Antenna Documentary Film Festival
- Connection, Disconnection, & Reconnection: Lisa Wardle reviews When Sky Becomes the Space Inside Your Head by Ed Wright
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