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As part of the Abandon Normal Devices Festival, volunteers were tattooed by one of the UK's most well-loved artists.
Known as much for his witty commentaries on the human condition as he is for being the illustrator of 'those' birthday cards, at AND festival the talented Mr. Shrigley will turn his hand to the tattooist's art. Volunteers became a living canvas for one of Britain's finest contemporary artists. Participants had the option of going up the road to make the drawing a permanent thing.
Northern Art Prize nominee James Hugonin talks about his work as part of the launch of Corridor 8 issue no. 3.1 at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.
Chorus is a collective of monumental and transfixing sound sculptures created by sound artist Ray Lee. Towering high above the audience, giant metal tripods with rotating arms sing out hypnotic siren ...
As part of the launch of Corridor8 Part 4 of Issue #3 at Manchester Contemporary 2012, writer and broadcaster Bob Dickinson examines the cultural landscape and the visual art in Manchester.
17 DECEMBER 2010 - 17 MARCH 2011 GALLERY 1 FREE While Nam June Paik was studying in Germany developing his experimental and music practice and growing creative relationships with leading Fl...