Remote Performances in Nature and Architecture

Remote Performances in Nature and Architecture is published at the beginning of October. It explores the relationship between place and creativity, with contributions from twenty-one artists and writers.

A Study Room Guide to Remoteness

I have just written A Study Room Guide to Remoteness published by Live Art Development Agency. It contemplates what contemporary remoteness is – or where it is. The Guide describes books, articles and websites on artists who are engaging with remoteness.

REMOTE PERFORMANCES – Radio Broadcasts from the Scottish Highlands

The last two days of the Remote Performances broadcasts are today and tomorrow 12-4.30pm on: http://radioplayer.resonancefm.com/console/ Twenty artists have been working in Glen Nevis in the Scottish Highlands, making new work and presenting live radio broadcasts every afternoon. The project is documented at: http://www.remoteperformances.co.uk/ And my daily blogs are at: http://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/projects/remote-performances-online/ So far the broadcasts have…