Artists Cannot Bring Integrity to Your Project Unless They Provide a Full Candid Critique of Everything You Do, by Hewitt&Jordan+Dave Beech.
Screensaver for Art and Architecture Journal's 'National Public Art Conference' (detail), November 10 2005. Thanks to Students from Sheffield Hallam University
The neo-imperialist function of public art is to clear a path for aggressive economic expansion, Guangzhou, China
The Neo-Imperial Function: Final Site
Site 1: Barford Street, Digbeth, Birmingham UK (7th - 20th November 2005).
Go to WORK and click on The Neo -imperialist Function to see all three sites together.
This new work is a continuation of a series of text works entitled the Three Functions that discuss the functionality of public art.
Special thanks to Maiden Outdoor Advertising
Art, Culture & Change, Lisbon, Portugal
Malcolm Miles and Hewitt & Jordan
4 December 1800 at Casa D'Os Dias da Agua, Lisbon
An event in antipation of the International Luzboa Biennale of Light Lisbon June 2006.
Organized by Extramuros, French Embassy, Britsih Council, Escola Superior de Arte e Design das Caldas da Rainha, Casa d'Os Dias Agua
Public Sphere: Between Contestation and Reconciliation, Yerevan, Armenia
In collaboration with Dave Beech we have been invited to give a paper, Functions, Functionality and Functionlessness at a conference entitled Public Sphere: Between Contestation and Reconciliation, three day symposium organized by National Association of Art Critics in Yerevan, Armenia. This symposium draws on critical research into concepts of the public sphere and its relation to public space and traditions of the public monument. It also explores the relation of individual and national identities as shaped by cultural environments, and the functions of cultural work in the future development of a democratic public sphere. The symposium is contextualized by the transition, in both eastern and western Europe, to a post-socialist period.
The symposium runs from 24th - 27th October 2005
The Internationaler is a new quarterly publication for contemporary art.
Its reviews favour areas overlooked by other magazines, its features aim for greater depth and more open-ended discussion.
The Internationaler has been established by artists in response to the global needs of their local situation. The Internationaler is edited by
Dave Beech and Mel Jordan.
It retails at £3 / €4 / $5 and is published four times at year in Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield.
For more information contact email@example.com
4 October 2005
Real Estate: Art in a Changing City
We are making a new text work with Dave Beech, which will be sited on a billboard in East London during the Real Estate exhibition. The work ‘The function of public art for regeneration is to sex up the control of the under classes’, is concerned with the way in which culture-led urban regeneration is advocated within regeneration strategies.
Real Estate: Art in a Changing City, an exhibition curated by B+B As part of London in Six Easy Steps at the ICA, 2328 August, 2005. Opening Tuesday 23 August at 7.30pm at ICA.
Sunday 28th August:
14:00: Real Estate Agents. Join us for an afternoon of conversation hosted by B+B about strategies of intervention into changing land use in London to include presentations by Hames Levack, Loraine Leeson, Hewitt & Jordan and Dave Beech and a performance by Phil Coy. Location: ICA gallery. Booking: No need to book. This event is free with ICA day membership.
18 August 2005
31. What are aesthetics?
The Aesthetic Function of Public Art
by Hewitt & Jordan with Dave Beech
curated by Gavin Wade as part of his Strategic Questions projects
Venice Biennale, 8 June - 6 November 2005
Location of artwork: Ponte dei Barcaroli, on the Calle dei Frutariol, San Marco district, Venice Biennale, and free poster/publication available at various sites. (Poster /publication still available by request from Hewitt and Jordan)
Launched at Campo S. Fantin/bridge at Calle Chiesa,
San Marco, 5-6pm, Friday 10th June, 2005.
Supported by the British Council and the Arts Council, England.
2 June 2005
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