⌂Inside carries with it an immediate sense of spatiality; it infers containment, incarceration, enclosure, the notion of being-in-space or within a defined dimension. it holds an inherently dialectical position; always reminding us ofits diametric opposite - outside. Inside also asks us to think about notions of inferiority and exteriority, terms used in discourses around subjectivity - to look inside oneself, ones inner thoughts or principles. In aesthetic discourse it beckons discussion around the image, its representational apparatus and the delineation of the picture plane. For ⌂Inside YH485 have invited a number of curators and artist groups to edit a page from a curatorial perspective, as if to consider the page, as one might view a gallery space, as a physical space to be filled. Contributors: Michael Boremans, Yve Lomax, Gwenneth Boelens and Nickel van Duijvenboden, Sally O'Reilly, Pavel Buchler, Sven Johne, Jacob Polley and Mike Golding, Ed Fornieles, Owen Hatherley, Philida Cheetham, Coco Bayley, Chris Matthews, Ursula Mayer, Lotte Juul Petersen and Julie Brenot, James Wilkes and Sally Davies, Andrew Cross and Rob Young, Unrealised Projects, Leo Mellor, Timothy Morton. Comora Tolliver, Nathan Cash Davidson.