Monthly Archives: July 2019

Public Art Commission: Artists announced

A sculpture incorporating recycled waste materials will be installed at the University of Reading as part of a wider public art project. Artist duo Ben Cain and Tina Gverovic have been awarded a commission of £40,000 to create a sculpture … Continue reading

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Future Thinking

What would happen if… … we had breathalyzer cars? … all meat was grown in labs? … teachers were replaced by robots? Artist David Lisser explored these questions and their spiralling consequences with a number of young co-researchers during a series … Continue reading

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