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In Freud’s study, amid an unblinking collection of classical and Egyptian artefacts, David Blandy delivers lines of broken Hip-Hop verse to the psychoanalyst’s unoccupied seat.
The result of a winter walk in the French countryside, Julian Opie's landscapes create a modern pastoral panorama at Alan Christea Gallery.
More than 45 exhibitors from across the world are taking part in the fifth instalment of the robotic art fair this weekend, including kinetic jewellery and 1960s Ops pieces.
Suspended from the ceiling in a shimmering five-foot decorative vase, a digital bunch of flowers has become a central installation at The Public in West Bromwich.
People in Bristol will be able to exchange messages with bollards, benches and other street objects in a project devised by the £30,000 winners of a digital art competition.
Playable City, Bristol's £30,000 award for a public artwork to play across the city's streets in summer 2013, has announced a shortlist of ten artists.
An interactive programme of works is taking gallery visitors to FACT in Liverpool into the winter with an electric programme of impressive large-scale reactive installations.
As the online database for visual artists reaches a milestone birthday, we ask its director about the past, the future and the secrets of longevity.
A string of premieres take to some of Glasgow's edgiest arts venues for the first year of new sonic arts festival Sonica, which takes place across the city for ten days.
Scotland's only digital arts festival will launch with a herd of human pigs and a performance on the plight of pigs by celebrated electronic musician Matthew Herbert.
Birmingham's arty supersonic festival mines the adventurous side of music and art. Adam Bambury finds it to be loud, occasionally disorienting, and very enjoyable.
A new £30,000 award for a public artwork that is playful and uses technology to engage audiences with city culture has been launched by Watershed in Bristol.
Portishead member Adrian Utley has composed a musical trail and drawn a map by hand to guide walkers through the historic landscape of Croft Castle.
Ben Miller mixes with the dandies, catwalkers, photographers, artists and celebs at Frieze Art Fair, and finds "stackloads" to enjoy.
A new exhibition at the Harris Museum in Preston, part of this weekend's Digital Aesthetic³ 2012 conference, reveals some of the different ways artists are using digital technologies.