The British Council, in association with Invisible Flock, presents first large-scale sound art installation in Qatar

105+dB recreates the roars and cheers of a football crowd through high tech sound bubble On Sunday 2 December 2018 the British Council Qatar is to unveil a mass-scale sonic installation, 105+dB, in Souq Waqif, Doha. Created by UK-based interactive … Continue reading

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‘People Make Dartington’ exhibition opens

People Make Dartington, a new portrait exhibition from photographer Aubrey Simpson. The Green Table And The White Hart, Dartington From mushroom growers to Russian composers: People Make Dartington is a new photography exhibition that asks people working on the historic south … Continue reading

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Debate or Disobedience? A false feminist dilemma we must move on from

Ceri Goddard, Associate Director of Social Justice for the Dartington Hall Trust, on 100 years of female campaigning and social change in the era of #MeToo, TIME’S UP and the latest Kavanaugh debacle “I use words to attack… words that … Continue reading

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British-Caribbean artist Zak Ové to debut new sculpture at Smithson Plaza during Frieze Week

International real estate developer, Tishman Speyer, in collaboration with Vigo Gallery and Encounter Contemporary, announces the debut exhibition of ‘Autonomous Morris’ by British-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové at the newly re-opened Smithson Plaza. Standing at approximately 10-feet high, the ‘Autonomous Morris’ … Continue reading

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The first Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission ‘Star Light, Star Bright’ launches on the streets of Oxford

Imagine if the stars shone just for you… Smart Oxford Playable City Commission unveils the first commission for the city, which places shared experience firmly at the heart of the future city. January 2018: Watershed and Smart Oxford are delighted to unveil the first Smart … Continue reading

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Be warned, the following text will use all possible synonyms for the colour ‘green’ and may cause feelings of awe and vertigo

By Lorelle Mykoo Have you never been to the Peak District before?  If like me you’re an urbanite, you may be wholly unaware of the relevance of it’s being. Well, let me try and set the scene: serene green fields, … Continue reading

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Winner of the first Smart Oxford Playable City® Commission ‘Star Light, Star Bright’ maps the night sky onto the streets of Oxford

Smart Oxford Playable City Commission reveals the first winner of the commission which places shared experience firmly at the heart of the future city. Friday 4 August 2017: Today Watershed and Smart Oxford are delighted to announce the winner of … Continue reading

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Abandon Normal Devices (AND) | Festival of New Cinema, Digital Culture & Art

// Press Release Thu 21 – Sun 24 September 2017 Abandon Normal Devices Festival | Festival of new cinema, digital culture and art | Castleton, Peak District National Park (UK) Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival, the UK’s only roaming digital … Continue reading

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Confessions of an overseas intern | Part 6: So, You Think You Nose Soho?

by Sanka Pityana Want an interesting yet obscure way to learn your way around London with the added benefit of not spending money? Look for the noses (and ears) of Soho… You can find the art on the walls of … Continue reading

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Confessions of an overseas intern in London Part 3 – Open air art misty wet with rain

By Sanka Pityana Last Tuesday we had a Ladbury ‘day out’ – a team trip to the stunning Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) just a few miles from Wakefield Westgate station to see the arresting work of British Trinidadian artist Zak Ové, who we represent. We met up at … Continue reading

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