Linda Ball explores how artists, makers and desgners can find work outside their artform.
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Susan Jones explores the way artists interact with audiences through projects and schemes which involve social or environmental contexts.
Neal White, a member of Soda, shares the groups experience of undertaking a residency at the pharmaceuticals company Pfizer.
This profile looks at the activities of Littoral, an arts trust promoting new creative partnerships, critical art practices and cultural strategies in response to issues about social, environmental and economic change.
Lucy Kimbell outlines some issues that can arise from residencies in business settings and should be resolved in advance.
David Redhead profiles Muf, a collaborative practice of art and architecture committed to public realm projects, exploring its manifesto, projects and modes of collaborative working.
Jeni Walwin on the artistic achievements of Blast Theory, an internationally renowned artists’ group creating groundbreaking new forms of performance and interactive art that mixes audiences across the internet, live performance and digital broadcasting.
Since completing an MA in ceramics in 1998, I’ve worked with and in response to a diverse range of people, environments and themes.
Artists Yusupha Jawara and Sabera Bham met through a project called artxchange, which brought artists over from the UK to share skills with Gambian artists. Eddie Chambers tells how this first meeting, and the realisation that both had similar concerns in their work, led to collaboration.
Working internationally, and how this informs an individual artist’s practice, need not only be about physical travel. Gavin Wade and Aleksandra Mir give personal assessments of their involvement in two different projects. Both projects are ongoing, constantly evolving, and involve a process of research and collaboration with individuals and organisations from different countries. The results of this methodology the surrendering of a degree of individual authorship influences the physical manifestation of each artist’s final work.
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Jes Fernie reveals the process of enquiry that challenges collaborations between artists and architects.
Busy with Sciart projects and with work in ‘Metamorphing’ at the Science Museum, Dorothy Cross spares time to reflect on some of the highs and lows of being an artist; describing how artistic faith has carried her through.
Peckham’s Whitten Timber Yard is the current home for Area 10, a non-hierarchical artist-led group with experimentation, communication and collaboration at its core.
David Butler reports on the current crop of ground-breaking collaborations between art and science that are giving artists the time to undertake sustained, open-ended research without the expectation of a specific outcome.
Amongst the winners of this year’s Arts and Business Awards was a partnership between Ercol Furniture and Sustrans who won the Arts, Business and Community category. Moving to a new factory in Princes Riseborough meant that furniture manufacturers Ercol became […]
The Gallery, Stratford-Upon-Avon 5 July – 11 August
Curator Michael Stanley looks back over a career forged from close collaboration with artists Langlands and Bell.
Brigid Howarth investigates ways in which artists are making work and collaborating with industry.
Sally Shaw meets artistic duo John Wood and Paul Harrison to talk about collaboration, long-distance relationships and career development.
Louise Crawford’s eight-month collaboration with architects Ian Alexander of McKeown Alexander explored issues central to redeveloping Glasgow’s Merchant City and Trongate, the home of arts organisations Transmission, Market, Glasgow Independent Studios, Street Level and Glasgow Print Studios. Entitled Fieldwork, the […]
A major interdisciplinary exhibition, ‘Polaria’ draws a parallel between the historical and contemporary processes of energy generation and distribution. Created by Bruce Gilchrist and Jo Joelson, the exhibition draws on the artists’ visit to remote north east Greenland last year. […]
Joanne Lee discusses the evolution of communication and collaboration strategies with Flasch – a group of artists working across northern European countries.
Curator and writer Michael Stanley talks to Jo Lansley and Helen Bendon about their career development.
As part of the Year of the Artist programme, Michael Pinsky was in residence in the Town Planning Department of Chelmsford Borough Council earlier this year. Unusually perhaps for a local authority residency, his brief was to offer radical and […]