Articles by Caitlin Hayward-Tapp

The show that asks: “What do we hope for now?”

Declaring war on "the big boys", Motherland goes on a journey through gender with a sense of humour and social responsibility. Caitlin Hayward-Tapp finds it thoroughly thought-provoking

Caitlin Hayward-Tapp // 5 November 2012

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

Ripening, not aging

Artist Suzanne Lacy's 'The Crystal Quilt', currently showing at The Tate Tanks, shares women's experiences of aging. Caitlin Hayward-Tapp talks to her about identifying as a feminist, her performance art and art as activism

Caitlin Hayward-Tapp // 31 July 2012

Categories: Interviews

From the margins to the mainstream

The Tate Modern is focused on modern art, yet it has become a British establishment. However, its latest move is bold and women-focused. Caitlin Hayward-Tapp visits the press opening of The Tanks, a permanent space to come and see performance art and installations

Caitlin Hayward-Tapp //

Categories: Art


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