A booming, repetitive drumming calls the visitor into the chapel at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Previously I looked at how our gaze if affect by viewing digital exhibition. How does technological mediation alter our perception and interaction with digital art? With touch screens our interaction with online exhibition becomes haptic.
There’s lots to see and do at the current edition of the Liverpool Biennial. Here are my recommendations:
The ninth edition of the Liverpool Biennial takes place in a period of upheaval and uncertainty. What became clear at the opening speeches taking place at Tate Liverpool, is that the city is determined to ride the waves, whatever happens.
In the contemporary landscape it’s not unusual to encounter exhibitions online. These could be artworks made for the digital space or not, but what takes place when we look at these artworks? Does the experience differ from the one that occurs within the four walls of the gallery?
How visible is a border? The latest exhibition by Wolfgang Tillmans is intensely political, as he showcases his posters containing pleas to the British electorate to remain in the EU.
A solo presentation by painter John Stark is the latest exhibition at Charlie Smith Gallery.
In the early hours of Sunday 12th June a gunman opened fire at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
The work of LA based artist Martine Syms has landed in London.
London based artist Grace Schwindt is known for working with film, live performance and sculpture, often using theatrical sets and props for performances.
Sam Belinfante’s practice incorporates filmmaking, photography, sound, performance and curating.
Louise O’Kelly is the founding director of Block Universe and is the beating heart of the festival.
Raven Row are showcasing the work of Steina and Woody Vasulka, this collaborative duo explore the nature of the electronic signal.
Hidden amongst antiquarian objects are the abstract gems of Tess Jaray.
The latest artist to undertake Tate Britain’s Duveen commission is Pablo Bronstein.
Each month Jesc Bunyard chooses a handful of interesting events/films/exhibitions for you to visit.
In the Wellcome Collection’s new exhibition, art and science’s explorations of the voice are brought together.
This show examines the bizarre and archaic aspects of weird and wyrd. Wandering down into the bank vault on Baker Street, means delving into another time.
It’s no surprise, considering the current climate, that this year’s photographers explore their political surroundings.
Looking for things to do this month? Look no further, here are my recommendations
Ad Minoliti’s first UK exhibition features work by a range of artists and a range of media.
The walls are splattered with blood. This alarming sight greets the eyes at first glance
When walking into an exhibition about Sandro Botticelli one of the last things you would expect to encounter is a clip from Dr. No.
Materials that possess the prefix of poly are everywhere. Life as we know it would not exist without them. How do these materials impact our environment and how does each poly- respond?