Nathan Coley Originally commissioned for the 2008 Folkstone Triennial, Nathan Coley’s large scaffolding and fun fair sign ‘Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens’ is situated in the ACCA forecourt, Sturt Street Melbourne, until December 2010. Presented by Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in association with Melbourne International Arts Festival A project by ACCA in […]Posted on 18 October 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: installation, Nathan Coley, public sculpture
(dis)location#1 Master of Art and Design in the Public Space_Fine Arts University of Porto (Portugal)
Interventions on the Landscape of Crestuma, by students of the Master of Art and Design for the Public Space, Fine Arts Faculty, University of Porto, Portugal Master Coördinator : Gabriela Vaz-Pinheiro Assistant Curator: Carolina Rito In each movement of dislocation of a body, the act of making place is re-discovered, the act of attributing meaning to […]Posted on 28 August 2010 by Carolina Rito | 1 Comment.
Tags: (dis)location, Carolina Rito, context-responsive, Gabriela Vaz-Pinheiro, intervention, MADEP, participation, place-specificity
Polder Cup is the latest site-specific project by Spanish artist Maider López. The façade of Witte de With (Rotterdam) functions as an open call to participate in a one-day football championship, which takes place on September 4, 2010 in the polders of Ottoland (Municipality of Graafstroom). Maider López’s projects focus on the intriguingly humorous or the […]Posted on 30 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: environment, intervention, participation
Hacking the City is an innovative project which reacts to changing structures of public space, mobility, and communication in the city. The project is mainly focused on Essen, European Capital of Culture 2010. Participants are artists, web designers, practitioners of guerrilla communication, street artists, performers, and musicians. Among these are: Boran Burchhardt, Peter Bux, Brad […]Posted on 30 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: community, cultural program, intervention, participation
A schedule of short films titled Not a Place, An Outlook, curated by Regine Basha, will consider site-specific curatorial framework of The Six Borough. The Sixth Borough, curated by Manon Slome and Julian Navarro, entails a series of site specific installations, explores the paradox and parallel realities of the mainland of New York City and Governors Island, […]Posted on 30 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: cultural program, film
The Balfron Project is a large-scale phởtographic event to be staged at the Grade II listed building the Balfron Tower in Tower Hamlets, London. Shot on film with a large format still camera by artist Simon Terrill, the event will result in a mural sized phởtograph presenting both this icon of 1960s New Brutalism and its connection to […]Posted on 29 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: community, intervention, participation
SCAPE, New Zealand’s premier biennial of art in public space, to be held in Christchurch from 24 September to 7 November 2010, has in the last 10 years established a platform for local, national and international artists to develop dynamic, critical and progressive new permanent and temporary public artworks. Seven new large-scale temporary public artworks will join […]Posted on 13 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: cultural program, discursive, installation
Tornado by Fiona Banner is a new co-commission by Locus+ and Great North Run Culture. Fiona Banner’s proposal involves the physical and conceptual transformation of a recently decommissioned RAF Tornado jet fighter cast as a large, single bell, utilizing the metal from the fuselage. Initially, the bell, will be situated in a busy public space to coincide with the […]Posted on 13 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
In collaboration with AIDS 2010, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary presents Minority Logbox: multiple degrees of representation / Fever in the Trailer by Emanuel Danesch and David Rych, a self-service mobile screening room for a film and video archive installed on Josef-Meinrad-Platz between the Burgtheater and the Volksgarten. > > DURATION: July 17 — July 20, 2010 LOCATION: Josef-Meinrad-Platz / between […]Posted on 13 July 2010 by Satellite | 2 Comments.
Matthew Ritchie, Aranda\Lasch and Arup AGU Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary has been invited to contribute to Istanbul’s contemporary art program as European Capital of Culture 2010 with The Morning Line. A platform for contemporary music and composition, The Morning Line is a public art structure – 8 meter high and 20 meter long, built of 17 tons of coated aluminum […]Posted on 13 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
The Concise Dictionary of Dress online Judith Clark & Adam Phillips’ extraordinary project at Blythe House has now closed, but The Concise Dictionary of Dress lives on through new, specially commissioned multimedia content on the Artangel website, and a beautiful book published by Robert Violette. Our online area for The Concise Dictionary of Dress includes: Conformist: […]Posted on 13 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: discursive, installation
The third annual Gertrude St Projection Festival opens 7:00pm Friday, 9 July for 10 nights of free outdoor projected art on Gertrude Street Fitzroy (Melbourne, Australia). Nightly from 6:00pm — 12:00am until Sunday, 18 July. via The Gertrude Association.Posted on 9 July 2010 by Satellite | No Comments.
Tags: cultural program, installation