The prize-winning Canadian author Margaret Atwood is to be the first writer to contribute to Scottish artist Katie Paterson’s 100-year artwork, Future Library.
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A report from Lancaster City Council that recommends the removal of Mark Dion’s The Tasting Garden, commissioned for 1998’s artstranspennine festival, will be discussed today by the council’s cabinet.
Berlin-based artist Michael Sailstorfer’s participatory artwork at the Folkestone Triennial, which invites the public to find buried gold on the town’s harbour beach, has had a busy opening weekend.
The third Folkestone Triennial has been attracting widespread media coverage thanks to artist Michael Sailstorfer’s buried gold bars on the town’s harbour beach. Dany Louise takes a tour of the town and finds many more artistic treasures in this intelligently curated festival of art in the public realm.
The fourth b-side multimedia festival is set entirely on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, creating site-specific work that includes performance, installation and film work. Dany Louise talks to the director of this distinctive and nuanced ten-day event.
Introductory essay to an a-n Collection. Gillian Nicol explores the nature of collaborative and creative processes involved in making artwork in the public realm.