Nato Thompson, Chief Curator of Creative Time, will join artist Heather Morison, our publishing partner Magdalena Malm, Director of Public Art Agency Sweden and Claire Doherty, Director of Situations, and to mark the launch of the international survey publication – Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now) – by discussing the risks and delights of public art producing.
Tickets to the Whitechapel event have now sold out, but if you can’t be with us in person, join us via live stream…
We are teaming up with this is tomorrow to live stream this event on Thursday 16 April. You can watch the event live from anywhere in the world by simply visiting thisistomorrow.info at 7pm (GMT). We have partnered with a number or groups, organisations, institutions and individuals to host screenings from Kent to Cape Town and back again. See below for a list of just some of the live streaming partners
Atlas Arts, Isle of Skye
A3 Project Space, Birmingham, UK
Centre for Curating the Archive, Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town University, South Africa
Champ Collective, Bristol, UK
Crate Space, Margate, UK
Field Notes, Cornwall, UK
National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Ireland
Threads, Canterbury, UK
Undercurrent, New York, USA
University of Creative Arts, Canterbury, UK
Worcester University UK
We are also inviting you to be part of the conversation by tweeting at us during the talk. If you have something to say or have a response tweet at us (@SituationsUK) or use the hashtag #PublicArtNow. Our team will be collating the responses and handing them over to the speakers during question time.
The book inspiring this event, Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now), is available to purchase for £29.99 from Art / Books Publishing. It is an essential publication for anyone interested in the dynamic and ever-changing world of public art (now). Click here to buy now.
Please note that the publication will also be available to purchase from the Whitechapel bookshop on the night of the event.