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An electronic composition by the renowned Drum and Bass musician will see a live acoustic performance in the Glasgow Cathedral at the end of August.
Caleb Charland plans to make a huge organic charger with 800 pieces of fruit and vegetables in a work set to be unveiled in London’s Westfield shopping centre.
Antony Gormley on his downloadable commission for Art Everywhere, the campaign taking works chosen by the public to more than 30,000 billboards and outdoor sites.
In honour of the 10th anniversary of a scheme which has allowed thousands to buy art, the former Turner Prize winner is giving away a work premiered at the Venice Biennale.
From Ming paintings and large-scale projections to computer fans around a Police Box and explicit avant-garde images, here are a few of the shows to look out for this year.
Screened to the public through a downloadable app, eight artists are about to begin seven days of live digital broadcasts from the landscapes which once inspired Constable.
Heading to Glastonbury? Don't miss Shangri-La, where more than 20 artists from across the world are converging to create heaven and hell for this year's festival.
Francesca Gavin's exhibition in Sheffield, E-vapor-8, takes its name from a single by rave band Altern 8. It shows the past as a melting pot of inspiration, she says.
How do you better a talking post box? Bristol's Playable City seeks out tech savvy public art pioneers
The Playable City competition is down to the last eight. But just who will be entertaining the people of Bristol this year with a playful digital art installation?
A new art exhibition at the Grant Museum of Zoology explores the relationship between nature and its representations through the digital manipulation of fish bone.
Returning to the Custard Factory, where the festival began with the likes of LCD Soundsystem in 2003, Birmingham's Supersonic has a typically eclectic line-up of art and music.
Wry self-deprecators and electro improvisers adored by BBC Radio 6 Music, the duo tell us about going big in America ahead of their Museums at Night shows at the RAF Museum London.
Working with software developers in California, an academic in Manchester says Google Glass will become "huge in every industry" - starting with three paintings.
In an exhibition opening as part of this year's Brighton Festival, artist Tobias Revell has made three fable-like films about the digital world. People can exploit power, he says.
Lynette Wallworth unveils her new video work at the South Bank this Friday with a visual and acoustic appreciation of organ music.