Juneau Projects’ new song responds to the history of a former timber yard and the redevelopment of the riverside area with a constructed pilgrimage for the audience.
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Featuring banners by commissioned artists including Alinah Azadeh, Ruth Ewan, Rachel Gadsden and Ross Sinclair, The Beginning of that Freedome exhibition formed part of the Houses of Parliament’s 2015 programme marking anniversaries of both the forming of the first elected parliament and the sealing of Magna Carta. Now the banners have been gifted to organisations across the UK.
Four Words, part of Metal’s Liverpool Provocations programme, saw a giant electronic billboard in the city centre taken over for an hour by a series of animated four-word messages and slogans curated by artist Alan Dunn.
Bluecoat Display Centre in Liverpool has announced the six artist designer makers nominated for a new prize and exhibition in memory of the potter Julia Carter Preston. We take a closer look at works by some of the shortlisted artists.
In the latest in our series of picture-focused articles we take a look at the Radcliffe Infirmary Commemorative Commission, featuring artists Simon Periton, Antoni Malinowski and Daniel Silver.
In the latest in our series of picture-focused articles we take a look at the One and All digital project, featuring artists Martyn Ware, Tania Kovats and Owen Sheers.
An installation by Ann Veronica Janssens is currently filling the gallery at the Wellcome Collection in London with an enveloping and brightly-coloured mist, as the first part of a year-long exploration into the experience of human consciousness.
Crowdsourced from the ideas of Middlesbrough and Teeside residents through a series of workshops and open calls, mima’s current exhibition Localism is about reasserting the importance of the local in both the development of society and the international art world.
As part of the LightPool project, which is introducing new projection mapping technology to Blackpool’s famous illuminations, Grundy Art Gallery has been transformed by a series of installation environments celebrating artists’ fascination with the properties of light.
To launch our new series of picture-focused articles, we take a look at Los Angeles-based USC Fisher Museum of Art’s current exhibition which explores the complex relationship between humans, the oceans, and the things we throw away.