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This is where the Profile Community share their words.
Critical? Sometimes. Thought-provoking? Often. Art? Always.
We want to hear from you too. Comments? Contributions? Critiques? Dm us.
You can never have too many words. 
Get some Insights.
This is where the Profile Community share their words. Critical? Sometimes. Thought-provoking? Often. Art? Always. We want to hear from you too. Comments? Contributions? Critiques? Dm us. You can never have too many words.
12/2/2020
REVIEWED: An Original Digital Space? (part 3)
Tanika Maya Lay
In the third part of the REVIEWED series, Tanika Maya Lay takes on Sara Kane's live-streamed theatre production, Crave.
12/1/2020
REVIEWED: An Original Digital Space? (part 2)
Tanika Maya Lay
In the second part of the REVIEWED series, Tanika Maya Lay takes on Joji's one-night-only live-streamed event, The Extravaganza.
12/1/2020
REVIEWED: An Original Digital Space?
Tanika Maya Lay
To kick off the REVIEWED series, Tanika Maya Lay has reviewed Profile Gallery's very first exhibition, Space #1; a film based exhibition showcasing UK artists' experiences of life either influenced indirectly or directly by the pandemic
mld
11/30/2020
Media, Links and Docs
MEDIA, LINKS & DOCs: Ben Dawson
Bethan Carrick
Ben Dawson provides a list of books, articles, and videos that he has found interesting in the production of his work. From books on gay rights activism to lecture series on AI dreaming.
qfa
11/30/2020
Questions For Artists
QUESTIONS FOR ARTISTS: "I think all artists are cowboys"
Bethan Carrick
BC talks to SPACE#1 working class queer artist, Ben Dawson, about his practice, his aesthetic language and all things cowboys.
mld
11/14/2020
Media, Links and Docs
How To Break The Rules: Making The PG Site
Aidan Leather
The designer & developer of ProfileGallery.net takes you through his creative process when building the website. Musings on Defining Art and Breaking Rules.
mld
11/21/2020
Media, Links and Docs
Keeping It PG
Bethan Carrick
PROFILE GALLERY: the idea derived from a time of isolation and a hiatus in the art world. Whilst the UK was locked down and locked up, we noticed a surge in creativity from artists and art enthusiasts alike. Like many, we waited for the art galleries to set their digital alternatives in motion. But we got tired of waiting.