Angle of approach is everything. In this issue, TANK turned away from the obsession with the new to find fresh perspectives on familiar forms, reframing what might otherwise be dismissed as ordinary or irrelevant. We already know where to look, but what about how?
Turner Prize-winning artist Keith Tyson discusses supercolliders and complexity bubbles with Gavin Wade
James Westcott providers an insider account of labour conditions in London’s top hotels
Bettina von Zwehl makes child’s play of photography, asking kids to take their own self-portraits
Plus, artists Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson explore the effects of light on human physiology in Greenland, Nancy Honey snaps scenes of hair-salon gossip and Japanese photographer Hiro heads into the woods