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Jeremy Hunt is Director of the AAJ Press (Art & Architecture Journal / Press) – a writer and consultant on art and public space
jeh has written 489 posts for AAJ Press

Musarc: Odrathek. 11-13 May 2018

Musarc’s Odrathek presents a weekend of experimental music and vocal performances with artists from the UK and abroad to ask: how do we make music in the Chthulucene*? In the spirit of Haight-Ashbury and the Paris Spring of May ’68, Odrathek is a non-stop happening of performances, parliaments, installations, screenings, workshops and eating together. It gives an … Continue reading

Michael Pinsky – Pollution Pods

Pollution Pods are a series of five interconnected geodesic domes which contain carefully mixed recipes emulating the relative presence of ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide, which recreate the pollution from London, Beijing, São Paulo, New Delhi and Tautra in Norway. Forming a ring in the centre of the Somerset House … Continue reading

Resistance ’68: Radio-film for the minds-eye. Georgiou and Tolley

Resistance ’68: Radio-film for the minds-eye + BANKSY REVEALED! Street art, film, sound and archival fragments. A ‘filmic mashup’ for radio: conjuring the spirit of the underground from a year that shaped a generation, 1968. To mark fifty years since 1968, artists, filmmakers Darry Georgiou and Rebekah Tolley will delve into the ideas of cultural resistance … Continue reading

Fields of Gold, Sensor City, Liverpool

Fields of Gold is a 700sq.m glass façade artwork that reflects the ideas of sensor technology for Sensor City, an innovation centre in the Knowledge Quarter of the University Enterprise Zone in Liverpool, designed by artist Julian Stocks and glass manufacturer Ariño Duglass collaborating as ArtistFacade.com. Ariño Duglass, the glass laminator, working with Novum Structures, wrapped Sensor City’s exterior in an abstract pattern on the … Continue reading

Langlands & Bell. Into the Blue: Time Tide & Power. Chatham Historic Dockyard, 23 March – 17 June 2018

Langlands & Bell new digital film Into the Blue: Time Tide & Power in Powerful Tides: 400 Years of Chatham and the Sea, is part of an exhibition marking the 400th anniversary of the Stuart Dockyard at Chatham, the site of the present Chatham Historic Dockyard. Into the Blue: Time Tide & Power is 14 minutes, 40 seconds long, on an infinite repeating loop, … Continue reading