Fore-edge artworks by eight artists are hidden in existing books on the library shelves. People have to go and find them and fan the books to reveal the artwork. A true touching feel good experience. Can you find them all. It is in Gateshead Uk Central library.
A project in Gateshead Library uk. In this project 8 artist have been commissioned to create hidden fore-edge painting in books of their choice. the book will be not he library shelves and visitors get a list and have to find them and fan them. this is the first time in decades that anyone has really attempted a new fore-edge painting exhibition. People visiting the library will get an amazing experience. from the 1st February.
In Sunderland, a Maypole was put up for a day, and the public were encouraged to have a go. Sometimes in ones and twos and sometimes in groups. How many can they get to go round the pole in one day?
(Undercover) flip books exhibition. 13 artists draw animations in books from Cujo by King to the The Pigeon by Susskind. These books are placed on the shelves of libraries amongst the usual stock. Visitors to the library are welcomed to find the books and flip them. A success in UK libraries it is now on view in USA libraries starting in falmouth then moving to Seattle.
13 Artists Draw Flip Animations In Books From Cujo To The Hobbit, That Are Placed In Library For People To Find And Flip
A band goes around the streets of Newcastle asking people to choose a tune and hum it, and they attempt to play along. They are never told the names of the tunes. Can you name them all?
A small band, takes to the streets and tries to play the humms of the public, without ever being told the names of the tunes. Can you guess any of them?
You want to know what is happening in art today, and in the minds of artists, then these are a must see.
A choir filmed on the beach proved the backdrop for this animation, where many people and strangers around the town are corralled into holding frames of a hand drawn animation, that makes the statue in the town centre of an Angel come alive and fly.
We put a life size 6ft Dummy in the middle of Aberystwyth and asked strangers to come over and help us move it, frame by frame from dawn to dusk. To create a life size stop motion time lapse animation.
A new exhibition in Aberystwyth arts centre, features a work where three hundred local people are coraled into holding a frame of an animation of their local landmark statue the angel. This is then aniamted and can be seen int he gallery
We get the public of Gateshead playing the William Tell overture with us.
Choral singers get medieval in Darlington on streets with prints on hands
In this video, we got members of the public to dance tango one at at time with a performer in a market, then it makes a changing partner.
Stall holders in Darlington market along with public and a tango dancer make a stop start tango
We recently got members of the public and visitors to the indoor market dancing the tango
residents of a tower block in newcastle sing about their live
local schoold children and over 50s in gateshead learn about bubbles
Passers-bye outside of a concert hall are invited in to play a few notes of satie on stage with a pianist.
A stream of players, all filmed sepreatly move along a line playing a note on a number of instruments. this is all then edited together to make a virtual band. This was filmed at the Washington Arts Center near Newcastle uk