Director of Situations Claire Doherty and artist Stephen Hodge (of Wrights & Sites) give their account of how they developed a contemporary public artwork to reanimate visitors’ experiences of Weston-super-Mare.
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Artists Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson and curator Emma Underhill discuss their collaboration on a project to create a sculptural ‘habitat’ that will contribute to the life cycle of birds in two urban garden locations.
Artist Kate Genever and poets Jo Bell and Ann Atkinson discuss their collaboration on a public sculpture project in the Peak District, creating contemporary sculptures in response to early eighteenth-century guidestoops that stand across the Derbyshire moorlands.
Kate Raggett and Mandy Fowler give their recollections of an ambitious one-day land art workshop in rural Herefordshire that involved nearly 200 participants, several bales of straw, and a Cessna aircraft.
LiangWest is a “new prototype of gallery for a new generation of artists whose artistic agendas are relevant to contemporary ideals”. For this month’s Collaborative relationships a-n Magazine Coordinator Chris Brown talks to proprietors Theresa Liang and William West and artist Prem Sahib. They discuss the importance of peer support, and describe how they negotiate their ongoing relationship and their forthcoming exhibition project ‘Boyfriend Material’
In spring 2010 Spacex invited three UK-based artists to develop new work in response to Exeter’s West Quarter, where the gallery is located. The artists facilitated collaborative encounters and conversations with local residents. Amy Feneck interviewed people about the notion of ‘independent spirit’ in order to develop a script for a new film, Epilogue. Operating from her mobile portraiture studio, Lady Lucy documented encounters in her paintings ‘The Court Portraits’. Volkhardt Müller worked with people to create a series of performed actions on video. Majorette Rehearsing centered around the idea of the majorette as a West Quarter archetype; a paradoxical figure of individual aspiration, community celebration and carnival. For this feature, Volkhardt Müller reflects on his project with Spacex Project Coordinator, Martha Crean.
In Time, a collection of case studies recently published by Live Art UK represents some of the innovative and pioneering ways in which live art has both posed and responded to exciting cultural challenges of our times.
During 2009, the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), based at the Scottish Marine Institute in Oban, western Scotland hosted an artist in residence.
Artist Kirsten Lavers and Andy O’Hanlon (Arts Development Officer for South Cambridgeshire District Council) talk about Kirsten’s appointment as community artist for Orchard Park, which led to the ambitious multi-layered collaborative project, Crop Marks.
Artist Christine Wilcox-Baker recounts her residency at Tatton Park with Gardens Manager Sam Youd.
Aldo Rinaldi and Katherine Daley-Yates discuss northcabin, a programme of site-specific commissions in an unusual venue in Bristol from 2008-09.
Artist Ania Bas and Exhibitions Officer Helen Jones reflect on an innovative approach to being an artist-in-residence at The New Art Gallery Walsall.
Artist Rona Smith, public art consultant Vivien Lovell and architect Soraya Khan discuss the development of Rona’s ambitious North Elevation work which was permanently installed at Lumen United Reform Church last year.
Alison Kershaw and Gill Wright recount the developments that brought art to a unique Grade II* listed building in Manchester.
Alice Bradshaw and Matthew Geraghty discuss Temporary Art Space’s six-month tenancy in the council-run Piece Hall in Halifax.
Nick Slater and Kathrin Böhm relate the project by public works and myvillages.org, commissioned as part of Radar’s ‘Group Process’ programme.
Contemporary Art Society’s latest initiative, the Annual Award for Museums, will provide
Beacon co-director John Plowman and artist Kelly Large discuss the project ‘Our Name is Legion’.
Contents include: Jane Watts reports on Brighton Symposium ‘Is Design Good for You?’; Margaret James-Barber and Buffy Klama on ‘M6-M3 Underway/Unterwegs’; Anna Dumitriu profiled; plus Nottingham/Dresden review feature ‘Don’t mind the gap’. PDF version [size 4.2 MB]. Requires PDF reader.
Timely, expert advice that explores working relationships between arts organisers and artists and provides guidance for advisors and tutors. This publication draws upon several artists’ experiences of working together spotlighting a series of artist interventions across Eastborne and an award […]
Margaret James-Barber and buffy klama (yK) offer two complimentary points of view about ‘M6-M3 Underway/Unterwegs’, an artist-initiated exhibition programme for artists in NW England and Berlin, and its legacy for their own practices and future collaborations.
Anna Dumitriu’s collaborative practice takes performance, digital art, installation, microbiology and philosophy in its stride. She talks to Jane Watt about her practice and research.
Artist Aaron Williamson and Directors of Beaconsfield gallery David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin discuss the 15mm Films collective.
Brian McClave and Gavin Peacock recall how they joined forces within their artistic careers, and discuss their motives for collaborating.
Andrea Hawkins, Head of Public Engagement at Manchester’s Whitworth Art Gallery and artist Lucienne Cole talk about an innovative approach to publicly-engaged art.