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C24 Feature Artist's Statement: Rachael Champion on quarrying at the National Stone CentreUsing building materials, plants and "ambiguous found objects", New York artist Rachael Champion explains her site-specific plans for the Wirksworth Festival 2013.04 September 2013
News Britain's largest portrait is a land-art child giant at the Ulster Bank Belfast FestivalCreated with 30,000 pegs, 2,000 tonnes of soil and 2,000 tonnes of sand, Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada says Wish is down to "overwhelming" local support.17 October 2013
Review House 2012 takes rising and international artists on a trip across BrightonDuncan Andrews sees site-specific works in a Regency house by David Batchelor, spreads out on a circular rug at the Phoenix and travels the streets of the city for House 2012, the contemporary visual arts odyssey which is part of the Brighton Festival.24 May 2012
News Royal College of Art sculptor uses Staffordshire clay to win Ceramics Biennial Spode AwardPhoebe Cummings, a 30-year-old sculptor who shapes clay on site, wins top prize at the British Ceramics Biennial for Fragment, from her series A Place Half Remembered.19 October 2011