SELECTED PRESS ARTICLES
For a complete list of press see Artists' CV.

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More than a Feeling: Frieze, October 2011
More than a Feeling
A round-table discussion with artists Ed Atkins, Melanie Gilligan, Anja Kirschner and Ben Rivers
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The Empty Plan: May, #7, October 2011
Looking the part — The Empty Plan by Anja Kirschner and David Panos
Review by Maija Timonen.

The Empty Plan: Art Monthly, January 2011
John Douglas Millar reviews The Empty Plan
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The Last Days of Jack Sheppard: New Statesman, May 2009
The Bubble Economy
Brian Dillon on a film about an 18th-century criminal has an eerie resonance with the events of today.

The Last Days of Jack Sheppard: Mute, Vol 2 #13, Sept 2009
Notes on The Last Days of Jack Sheppard: Capital Crimes and Paper Claims
Extrapolating from his talk on Anja Kirschner and David Panos’ recent film about 18th century folk legend Jack Sheppard, Benedict Seymour traces the intimate relationship between death, representation, fiction and speculation. Then, as now, the attempt to escape from capitalism’s calculus threatens to collapse into another moment of capture.

The Last Days of Jack Sheppard: Frieze, September 2009
The Last Days of Jack Sheppard
Review by Kate Forde.

The Last Days of Jack Sheppard: Variant, October 2009
The Last Days of Jack Sheppard
Interview with Neil Gray.

Jack's Back! In the Movies at Last! metamute.org, January 2010
Jack's Back! In the Movies at Last! by Peter Linebaugh. A response from Kirschner & Panos can be read here.
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Trail of the Spider: Mute, Vol 2 #11, March 2009
Duck! You Regeneration Sucker
David Panos & Anja Kirschner's film, Trail of the Spider, allegorises the public-private land-grab known as ‘urban regeneration' using the form of the Spaghetti Western. This is no shallow postmodern genre surfing, writes Neil Gray, but a passionate re-engagement with history for the sake of the present.
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Polly II: Vertigo Magazine, January 2007
Offshore Speculation
William Fowler, BFI curator of Artists' Moving Image in conversation with Anja Kirschner