SCRIBES

"Cock and Bull" The Age newspaper, Australia, March 2009

"Good Teeth" Lauren Dyer Amazeen, Artforum, February 2009

"Good Teeth" Dean Kenning, Artmonthly December 2008

"Good Teeth" Metro, November 2008

"Good Teeth" The Herald newspaper, October 2008

"Good Teeth" The Scotsman, October 2008

"What makes you and I different" Morgan Falconer, Modern Painters, May 2006

"What makes you and I different" Alexander Kennedy, The Map, Summer 2006

"Divided Selves" Ann Donald, Scotland on Sunday, April 16th 2006

"Divided Selves" Moira Jeffrey, The Herald, April 28th 2006

"Divided Selves" R J Thomson The List, May 2006

"Divided Selves" Duncan MacMillan, The Scotsman, May 9th 2006

"What makes you and I different" Moira Jeffrey, The Herald, March 2006

"What makes you and I different" Iain Gale, Scotland on Sunday, March 12th 2006

"What makes you and I different" Susan Mansfield, The Scotsman, February 18th 2006

"What makes you and I different" The Guardian Guide, February 2006

"Sanguis Gratia Artis" Martin Herbert, Time Out 2005

"Museums of the macabre" Craig McQueen, The Daily Record, November 2005

"All For Video Show" Jessica Lack, ID magazine June 2005

Iphgenia Baal, Dazed and Confused magazine, May 2005

"Ooh, you are offal" Metro newspaper February 4 2005


"Health inspectors cancel art duo's human blood pudding show" Tim Cornwell, The Scotsman newspaper Saturday 12 February 2005


"Health chiefs pud an end to show with human blood" Edinburgh Evening News Saturday 12 Feb 2005


"CANNIBAL ARTISTS THEY USE OWN BLOOD TO MAKE BLACK PUDDING IN STAGE ‘SHOW’"
Daily Mail Friday February 4th 2005.

"Unrealised Dreams" review by Moira Jeffrey, Herald newspaper, 6th December 2004

"Butchering Da Vinci" Susan Mansfield,The Scotsman newspaper, 27th November 2004

"Blood Brothers" Ruth Hedges, The LIst December 2004

"The Bloody Art of Black Pudding" Anna Burnside, The Sunday Times, 4th December 2004

"Dead of Night" Rachel Withers, Artforum 2003.

"The House of the Rotting Flesh" catalogue essay by John Calcutt

"The World Of Wooden People" catalogue essay by Francis McKee, 2003

"Dead Again - The Work of Beagles & Ramsay" catalogue essay by Moira Jeffrey, 2003

"I can see your lips move" Preview, Guardian Guide June 28th 2003

"Dead Of Night" review by Mark Hutchinson, Matters magazine, May/June 2003

"Dead Of Night" review by Sally O'Retard, Artmonthly, June 2003

"Dead Of Night" review by Sally O'Retard, Time Out, May 2003

"Dead Of Night" review by Anne Marie O'Hack, Sleazenation, April/May 2003

"Dead Of Night" review by Len Horsey, Flux magazine, May 2003

"Dead of NIght" reviewed by Colin Gleadell, Daily Telegraph, May 2003.

"Dead Of Night" review by The Guardian and Guardian Guide, May 2003

"Burgerheaven" catalogue essay Susannah Thompson

"Burgerheaven" review by Peter Goddard, The Toronto Star, Nov. 2002

"Burgerheaven" review by David Stonehouse, Ottawa Citizen Nov. 2002

"Burgerheaven" review Eindhovens Dagblad, 31 August 2001

"Nausea" reviewed by Dave Beech, Artmonthly, May 2002

"I'm A Stranger Here Myself" Sue Willson Metro 2001

"Dub'L inTROOder" Neil Mulholland Frieze June 2001.

"Angel Dust" Radio Scotland interview with Brian Morton April 2001.

"Dub'L inTROOder" Elizabeth Mahoney in the Guardian March 2001.

"Dub'L inTROOder" Moira Jeffrey in The Herald March 2001.

"Dub'L inTROOder" Sarah Lowndes in The List March 2001.

"Dub'L inTROOder" Susanna Beaumont Radio Scotland March 2001.

"Evolution isn't Over Yet" Francis McKee in Untitled 1999.

"Head Lung Dead" Neil Cooper for the List magazine Jan 1999.

"Evolution isn't Over Yet" David Burrows Artmonthly 1999.

"Evolution isn't Over Yet" Elizabeth Mahoney in The Scotsman April 1999.

"Spirit of Model Soldier" Chris McAuley for The Daily Mirror, November 1999.

"Crash" review in Sleazenation 1999.

"Crash" review by Martin Herbert TimeOut 1999.

"Crash" review by Adrian Searle in the Guardian November 1999.

"Museum Magogo" review by Moira Jeffrey for the List magazine, September 1999.

Beer + Cheeseburger + Ice cream / Spaghetti x Chips = Graham Ramsay review by Daniel Palmer

"Hard to be Human" review of Beagles Ramsay debut album by Jim Ward, 1998.

"Don't Let the Bastards Grind you Down" catalogue essay by Dave Beech for "It's Goodnight from Me and It's Goodnight from Him, Goodnight Goodnight" at the Collective Gallery, Edinburgh 1997.

"It's Goodnight from Me and It's Goodnight from Him, Goodnight, Goodnight" Dave Burrows for Artmonthly, December 1997