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Cambridge Rules 1848 – Parker’s Piece Public Art Commission

Cambridge Rules 1848 commemorates the moment at which football as we know it had formalised laws. These were first nailed to the trees surrounding Parker’s Piece in Cambridge by a group of the city’s University students in 1848, from there, the laws of the game spread to encompass every corner of the world. Artists Alan … Continue reading

Neville Gabie: Collective Breath 2014 – The breath of one thousand, one hundred and eleven people sounded out over the Atlantic. 11am 30th October 2014

‘the breath of one thousand, one hundred and eleven people collected together and released to play a single note for 49 minutes.’ On 29 October 2014, artist Neville Gabie, cameraman Stuart Ward, producer Tammy Bedford and curator Jeni Walwin arrive in Carna, County Galway to film and record the release of the breath of 1,111 … Continue reading

Neville Gabie: The Greatest Distance

Neville – If I wanted to get as far away from the Olympic Games as possible, where would you recommend I go? Games Maker – [Laughs] Timbucktoo – no, no, I am joking being serious, what can I do? On July 27th 2012 Neville Gabie proposed being the greatest possible distance away from the Opening Ceremony for … Continue reading

Art in the Park. Sculpture in the Olympic Park for London 2012

The completion of the 26 artworks in the Art in the Park programme for the Olympic Park launched the London 2012 Festival (UK wide from 21 June – 9 September). The commissions include Monica Bonvicini’s free-standing mirror sculpture, RUN, with the majority of the commissions integrated into the Olympic Park infrastructure of bridges, underpasses, security … Continue reading

Neville Gabie: The Greatest Possible Distance

Neville Gabie was appointed as the Artist in Residence for the Olympic Delivery Authority in October 2010. But at precisely 7.30 – 10.30PM [British Summer Time] on July 27th 2012, the moment of the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 London Olympic Games, he intends to be as far away as possible. He is inviting you to … Continue reading