Articles by Alicia Rodriguez

Biog 25Sculpture in a different world

Alicia Rodriguez appreciates the Barbara Hepworth retrospective at Tate Britain, but finds that transplanting the works into a gallery transforms their impact and meaning

Alicia Rodriguez // 4 July 2015

Categories: Art, Reviews

3378752883_221fccfaf5_z-thumb-autox329-5459Practicing while female continued: Stryx

Alicia interviews one of the directors of STRYX, a contemporary art space led by women.

Alicia Rodriguez // 1 June 2015

Categories: Blog

3042985937_c39fe1b70d_z-thumb-320x253-5421Practicing while female

Alicia Rodriguez analyses people's understanding of working as an artist

Alicia Rodriguez // 10 May 2015

Categories: Blog

Fanny-Hill-main-pic-byHelen-Murray-3_smlAn aversion to a new version

Meshing a contemporary story of foot prostitution with a comedic retelling of the 18th century novel Fanny Hill is an interesting idea. But, concludes Alicia Rodriguez, The Fanny Hill Project v2.0 fails to convince that the two stories have that many parallels

Alicia Rodriguez // 8 May 2014

Categories: Theatre

bridget-resizedBridget Christie: A Bic for Her

Bridget Christie is haphazardly and anxiously endearing but with an unrefined, genuine and powerful message. Alicia Rodriguez thinks she's funny as hell

Alicia Rodriguez // 5 August 2013

Categories: Comedy, Reviews


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