Live & Public Art
From Antony Gormley's Angel of the North to the Fourth Plinth, Live and Public Art has never been more visible. Track this modern phenomenon here with Culture24 news, reviews, event listings, websites and resources drawn from the art and gallery world.
Robotic artists Rusty Squid's installation, created for Bristol Libraries' 400th birthday, has had its stay extended after attracting thousands of visitors to the city's Central Library.
Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos has brought her trademark sculptural interventions to Manchester Art Gallery with some dramatic results.
Art fans are being given the chance to cook edible versions of their favourite artworks as part of a new Art Fund campaign to raise money for British museums and galleries.
A pub and social club in the village of Horsmonden in Kent are the site of a new art project which uses pub beer glasses to conjure memories of local First World War soldiers.
Having made postboxes talk in Bristol last year, the £30,000 award returns with an open call for digital designers to create an interactive playground for the public.
MegaFaces is a 2,000 square metre cube which recreates the face of visitors via photo booths within the Sochi Olympic Park where the Winter Olympics are being held.
From risqué cinema and singles nights to chocolate demonstrations and superstitious walks, we take a look at some of the places feeling the love this Valentine's Day.
Hans Haacke and David Shrigley will create the next two commissions for London's Fourth Plinth, in 2015 and 2016.
The Director of Nottingham Contemporary tells us how a monstrous, telepathic creature from out of space landed in the Midlands gallery
Following tea and giant maps in a disused city shop, Invisible Flock's memory-nurturing tour will culminate in three live gigs by a six-piece band at Exeter's Met Office.
£1 million has been earmarked for the Briggait Creation Centre, a development in Glasgow's Merchant City where the "huge amount" of local talent is expected to flourish.
Martin Creed's ambiguity plays itself out through a barrage of balloons and a honking Ford Focus on the Southbank, while a spinning neon threatens decapitation.
From Oxford to Russia, a new one-day Twitter campaign - dubbed MuseumSelfie - has attracted hundreds of photos from thousands of contributors across the world.
Pictures from the animated current exhibition at Liverpool's FACT where, among other workplace concepts, you can see a zoetrope of a man's reality in dream-time.
Robots, darkness and maps feature heavily as four artists aim to win a new Tate competition where the public are part of the jury.