Read about the 2016 Whitstable Biennale: ‘The Faraway Nearby’.
The second in a series of posts by WB2016 artist Trish Scott discussing the development of ‘Medium’: her new work for the festival, and her collaboration with psychologist Dr Ian Hocking.
Mikhail Karikis talks to Kiira Laurikka about his WB2016 work ‘Ain’t Got No Fear’, made over the course of eighteen months with a group of teenagers on the Isle of Grain.
Links to the online documents assembled by participants in our 2016 series of artist walks with Ruth Ewan, Mike Nelson & Janice Kerbel.
The first in a series of posts by WB2016 artist Trish Scott discussing the development of ‘Medium’: her new work for the festival, and her collaboration with psychologist Dr Ian Hocking.
Artist Ben Judd interviewed about Stories In The Dark: Contemporary Responses To The Magic Lantern, the exhibition he curated for Whitstable Biennale and The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge. Interview by Whitstable Biennale 2015-16 intern Sarue Jokonya
Artist Jeremy Millar’s essay to accompany Speak Near By, the artist’s film programme he curated for Whitstable Biennale 2012
S Mark Gubb discusses his WB14 artwork, a coach tour of the East Kent Coast called It All Began With Richard Burton. Interviewed by Whitstable Biennale 2014-15 Intern Mira Kuure.
WB2010 artist Anna Lucas discusses her relationship with film and film-making with Whitstable Biennale 2014-15 Intern Rebecca Bloomfield.
Fay Schopen is a writer and journalist living in Whitstable. For the 2014 Whitstable Biennale, her house was used as a site for Bronwen Buckeridge’s sound installation, The Sorrowful and Immaculate Fall of One Hundred Grazing Sheep. Here she writes about her experiences hosting a work for the Biennale.