Category Archives: biennale

Building 519 and other Pfizer tales

This is the audio component that goes with the booklet, cover below: Advertisements

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Metal

Type all set, inked up and on the press. 

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LSE Workshop: Erasure and Displacement

I’m very pleased to be speaking about my work at this event, organised by Naomi Roux, Mellon Fellow at LSE Cities. The workshop covers forced removal through bureaucratic means such as planning as well as natural disasters. The other speakers, … Continue reading

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Peer Review – what’s it all about?

And the answer on this occasion, at Spike Island in Bristol, is giving some critical attention to work by Holly McLean. Here’s a still from her video piece that fifteen of us – associates and artists and visitors – saw … Continue reading

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Building 519 to Spike Island

Are you reading me? I hope so … or at least I hope you will be. Spike Island, a centre for contemporary art and design in Bristol, will be hosting Building 519 in January, the text/audio piece I made for … Continue reading

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Whitstable Biennale no.7 2014

The biennale’s now been open for ten days, the town is heaving with people and the Umbrella Café, where my work is installed, has been heaving too. I’ve seen a lot of positive press coverage and you can read some … Continue reading

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What’s the story at Pfizer?

I have been commissioned for the next Whitstable Biennale, in May/June 2014, to produce work about the Pfizer plant in Sandwich. This is a great chance to work with the Biennale people to do this project, which I originally thought … Continue reading

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