Group Process is the latest season of work to be staged by Radar, Loughborough University’s contemporary arts programme. Running into February; it involves new and adapted commissions produced by artists Lisa Cheung, Yvonne Droge Wendel, public works / myvillages.org, Parfyme and Yara El-Sherbini.
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Art at the Centre is an award scheme from Arts Council England, South East that seeks to involve artists from the outset of regeneration projects across the region. As part of this scheme, Maidstone Borough Council looked to develop an Artists’ Quarter in the heart of the town to promote the area’s wealth of creative talent. Here video-media artist Margherita Gramegna and consultants FrancisKnight talk about their involvement in this process and the resulting work, Artists Don’t Bite.
What happens to all the unwanted avatars? When we no longer want these ‘second lives’, do they just revert to inert data held on a server?
Artist Neil Armstrong and pharmaceuticals company Specials Clinical Manufacturing talk about working towards a special commission in the latest of our collaborative relationships series.
Artist-architect team Kevin Carter and civic Architects discuss their work with Louise Kirkup, Principal Planner of Burnley Borough Council, in the latest in our collaborative relationships series.
Led by London Printworks Director David Littler, who describes his two passions in life as textiles and music, the Sampler Culture Clash project, is an attempt to bring the two cultures of embroidery and DJ-ing together to see what might happen when these cultures clash.
Lauren Healey discusses Gallery Glues relationship to NAN.
Felicity Shilingford discusses collaboration and networking within her practice.
In this months round-up we profile six open studio events.
Artist Lynn Harris and artist/curator Paul Stanley talk about working together in the latest in our Collaborative relationships series.
Artist Sally Sheinman and curator Sanna Moore talk about working together in the latest in our collaborative relationships series.
Artists Sarah Craske and Stacy Keeler and curator Jessica Baum talk about the challenges of working together in the latest in our collaborative relationships series.
Eighty-one artists have been selected from 235 applicants for the 2008 Glass Biennale exhibition.
To preface a new ongoing series exploring relationships between artists and their collaborators, we asked some of today’s most interesting curators for insights into their practices.
The Somafree Institute of Psychoplasmics first appeared in David Cronenbergs 1979 film The Brood, yet despite once suggesting that if he failed as a filmmaker he could always set up a real life Institute, its 21st Century emergence is not his own doing.
Information on the Cecil Collins Memorial Award for students.
Sonya Dyer explores Karen Mirza and Brad Butler’s collaborative practice as artist filmmakers.
Sally Davies profiles Kypros Kyprianou, discussing his interest in scientific themes, collaborative working and residencies at Artsway and Allenheads Contemporary Arts.
In December 2006, Guyan Porter began a two-month residency in Sri Lanka, as one of the first of a group of six artists to work at the Chandrasavanah Creation Centre in the south of the island.
The current interest in artist/architect collaborations seems to date back to the late 1970s when architect Richard Hobbs invited artists into the design process for the Viewlands-Hoffman electrical substation in Seattle.
Artists story: French Mottershead
Artist David Macintosh takes a personal look at collaborative working.
In December 2003 I undertook a residency at Ramsgate Maritime Museum in partnership with Turner Contemporary.
Artquest has organised Intersection, a one-day conference in February looking at collaborative practice.
Collaborative relationships series exposes the working relationships between artists and the wide range of professionals they collaborate with. From the a-n Collections series. Pdf [size: 1.28Mb]. Requires pdf reader.