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Public Art Commission, Where is Heidenheim? Tina O'Connell and Neal White

O'Connell, T., White, N. and Vermuri, V. (2010) Public Art Commission, Where is Heidenheim? Tina O'Connell and Neal White. [Artefact]

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Research undertaken through significant public art commission. The researchers were both artists were selected separately by Dr Penelope Curtis of Tate and then the shortlist was awarded through competition (peer reviewed by Critics and Artist in Germany) part of the Heidenheim Sculpture Biennial, Germany (€18K). The work was realised by two companies in Heidenheim. Where is Heidenheim? was based within the Heidenheim Zietung newspaper[HZ] and drew together a site of a local paper in a small town in Germany with other local International papers; Wendover Times – Utah, USA;, Limerick Leader, Ireland; Free Imphal Press, Manipur, India; Hibr, Lebanon; Namibia Times, Namibia and The Countryman, Tasmania, Australia. Each of these papers ran a story showing a sign erected onto HZ in Heidenheim, which was subsequently printed inside HZ itself – linking together sites and local voices. Project research identifying global partners was conducted through the management of a PhD research student from the BU Media School - Venkata Vermuri. The work for both artists expands the context of their research into the impact of global networks on public art, and the traditions and norms of public art being confined to single ‘geographical’ sites. This research indicates the potential for media as a common public space that can also be used.

Item Type:Artefact
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Art > Fine Art
ID Code:28957
Additional Information:Related outputs: The Physics and Economics of Sculpture in The Wager (with Neal White) Flat Time House, London. July 2009 Exhibition. Article in The Redactor by Neal White. Part of the Incidental Person, Apexart, NewYork, January. 2010 Exhibition.

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