Bristol’s internationally renowned public art producers

Situations opens up the potential for artists to make extraordinary ideas happen in unusual and unexpected places,
inspiring audiences and participants to explore new horizons.

 

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The Morisons Journee des Barricades © Stephen Rowe
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Situations, in partnership with publisher Art / Books, Public Art Agency Sweden, and the European Network of Public Art Producers are proud to announce the publication of Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now), a dynamic international survey which brings together »

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Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now) Book

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Situations Lunch Club takes place on the first Tuesday of every month in our Bristol studio. Lunch Club is an opportunity to share your ideas and work with us and to meet others to explore all aspects of public art »

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Meet the team: Situations Lunch Club

Photography by Tom D Morgan - www.tomdmorgan.com
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Today Runnymede, an ancient meadow in the South of England, thousands will gather to mark 800 years since the sealing of the Magna Carta, whose fundamental principles of justice formed the basis of common law and influenced the development of »

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Hew Locke and Owen Sheers mark Magna Carta state occasion

Folkestone Digs by Night.
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Watch our Folkestone Digs Film. Almost six weeks ago, our team was helping artist Michael Sailstorfer bury 30 pieces of gold on a beach in Folkestone, for the Folkestone Triennial 2014. The next day, we announced that the 24-carat gold was »

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Folkestone Digs on Film

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Following the success of the Artes Mundi 6 Prize, awarded to Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates, we are pleased to share the shortlist for Artes Mundi 7, the seventh edition of the UK’s leading biennial art prize. Congratulations to the seven shortlisted »

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Amy Franceschini (Futurefarmers): Artes Mundi 7 Shortlist

Margaret Atwood
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The first writer to contribute to Katie Paterson’s “Future Library” – a new public artwork that will unfold in the city of Oslo, Norway over the next 100 years – is prizewinning author, poet, essayist and environmentalist Margaret Atwood. Atwood is »

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Margaret Atwood: The first writer to contribute to Future Library

The New Rules of Public Art
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What a way to end the year. We’ve had an overwhelming response since the release of ‘The New Rules of Public Art’ with a staggering 22,500 of you visiting our Public Art Now blog to read the full set of »

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The New Rules of Public Art inspiring thousands

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