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BBC Radio Ulster: Interview with Gemma Anderson on Good Morning Ulster, about the exhibition Drawn Investigations from Art and Science during the Northern Ireland Science Festival, 2016

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BBC Radio Ulster: Interview with Gemma Anderson and director of the Northern Ireland Science Festival Chris McCreery on The Arts Show, 2016

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BBC Radio Cornwall: Interview with Gemma Anderson about the Cornwall Morphology and Drawing Centre, on Tiffany Trescott's show, 2015

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Radio Source FM: Interview about the Cornwall Morphology and Drawing Centre, on the Funkin Art Radio Show, 2015

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Belfast Telegraph
May 2011

Portraits: Patients & Psychiatrists

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Moth Magazine
September 2010

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BBC Radio Ulster - Arts Extra
Broadcast 21 June 2010

Kim Lenaghan talks to Gemma Anderson at the Dickon Hall Gallery, Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast, about recent etchings from the GalapAgos Islands and her current exhibition "Journey to the Edge of the Humboldt Current".

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BBC Radio 4 - All in the Mind with Claudia Hammond
Broadcast 15 June 2010

All in the Mind is described as a 'Programme exploring the limits and potential of the human mind.' In this episode, Claudia Hammond presents a father's story of his son's struggle with schizophrenia, explored though discussion of Gemma Anderson's Wellcome Trust Arts Award "Portraits: Patients and Psychiatrists" show at the Bethlam Gallery.

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Artists & Illustrators
May 2010

'The seven year etch' by Zena Alkayat

'Printmaker Gemma Anderson is currently on a remarkable run of residencies, stretching back to 2003. As she begins a new stint at the Jerwood Foundation, she reveals her unusual inspirations'

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Sapporo, Japan 2009

Extra report on the ICC + S-AIR 2008 Exchange Programme

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Hokkaido Shimbun Press
January 2009

Review of Drawing Ezo exhibition at Nepenthes Gallery, December 2008

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Article translates from Japanese to English as:

"Drawing Ezo" was held at Nepenthes Gallery from Dec. 5 to Dec. 18 in 2008. Gemma Anderson who is from Northern Ireland, during the three months she stayed in Sapporo she visited the Maruyama Zoo to draw zoo keepers within the confines of the animal cage. Drawing their portraits directly on copper plate she later added sensitive brushwork and fantasy art. Her art work is excellent with an exquisite and speedy touch and it creates a serene silence and sophisticated space. The exhibition is not so many art works, but high quality work. It is not the size and number that counts. I could feel the energy from the artist, so it is thought-provoking art work.

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October 2008

A review of Experiment in Collaboration at Jerwood Space 2008 by Fay Nicolson

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British Journal of Psychiatry
October 2008

Cover art for the October issue (Vol. 193/4) of the British Journal of Psychiatry

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BBC Radio 4 Arts & Drama | Saturday Review
2nd August 2008

An Experiment in Collaboration, a review
by Tom Sutcliffe, David Aaronovitch, Michael Arditti, Malorie Blackman

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METROLIFE | Exhibitions
12th August 2008

An experiment in collaboration draws artists together
by Fisun Guner

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DAZED & CONFUSED
October 2007

On Ritual Abuse Show:

"Wanna be in my cult? Ritual Abuse brings together 14 hot, youngbloods from Goldsmiths, the RCA, Central Saint martins and the Royal Academy Schools who all explore ideas around rite and ritual in their work. There's lots of strange references to new age and gothic aesthetics here, often with fascinating lo-fi approach, with pieces including stunning paper work by Gemma Anderson, and bad bunnies from the show's artist-curator Harry Burden. The perfect antidote from over-technological society" p.239

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THE TIMES | Mediaplanet supplement
28th June 2007

Rising stars of the contemporary art world
by Emma Lilley

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THE TIMES | times2 | Arts
19th June 2007

A degree of restraintby
Michael Glover

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THE INDEPENDENT | Home
15 June 2007

Collectors declare RCA's class of 2007 its 'best degree show in years'
by Arifa Akbar

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THE RESIDENT | Culture
June 2007

Great Expectations
by Lucy Land

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GRAFIK Magazine
June 15th 2007

Great Expectations

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