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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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Between 4-6 December artist Katie Paterson held an open studio, inviting the public to explore a collection of 10,000 samples of wood from almost every country in the world. Commissioned by University of Bristol, Hollow is a new permanent public artwork imagined »

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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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Over the past three years artist Katie Paterson has developed Hollow, her most ambitious permanent public artwork to date, commissioned by University of Bristol to mark the opening of their new Life Sciences building. In this time Katie has amassed one of the largest collections of tree species »

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Listen Again: Katie Paterson’s Artist Talk

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  On 9 May the University of Bristol unveiled Hollow, a major new public artwork by the acclaimed artist Katie Paterson with the architects Zeller & Moye. The architecture and design firm was founded by Christoph Zeller and Ingrid Moye in »

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Read: Interview with Zeller & Moye

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Temple Church is not dead. It has just been sleeping. On 24th November 1940, Bristol was subject to 10,000 incendiary bombs and 160 tons of high explosive in the second night blitz of WWII. As the Lord Mayor of Bristol »

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Read: Claire Doherty’s Essay on Sanctum

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