Triennial 2011: Artists and artworks
A K Dolven
Dolven’s installation features a 16th-century tenor bell from Scraptoft Church in Leicestershire, which had been removed for not being in tune with the others.
CAMP is an organisation formed in Mumbai, India, in 2007. Its artistic projects engage with "infrastructures" as diverse as CCTV, radio, cable television, cycle rickshaws, electricity and sea trade.
Part of Avery’s imaginary Island, the Sea Monster was found floating in the shallows where the Qoro-qoros met the Occluded Ocean.
Parker has created a Folkestone version of one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, Copenhagen’s ‘Little Mermaid’.
Cristina Iglesias’s architectural intervention on the ramparts of Martello 4, the Leas, is an illusion of an entrance into another world.
‘Boutique Kosovo’ on The Old High Street, housed a rare and eclectic collection of Kosovan folkloric and ritual clothes collected by Shkololli over a two-year period of travelling to the furthest reaches of Kosovo.
Elkoussy transformed a former corner shop in Sandgate Road into an archive and reading room, filled with myriad documents
Shore-Line. A Slow Walk Facing The Sea, took place on Saturday 2nd July 2011, Folkestone Seafront
Locke’s exuberant and large-scale installation consisted of around 100 model ships – warships, trawlers, steamers, liners, brigs, rafts, junks – collected from around the world
Turner Prize winner Martin Creed, created a sound work for The Leas Lift in accordance with its ascent and descent.
Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen
This three-screen film, focused on a number of migrants living in camps near Calais on the last leg of a long and dangerous journey from their home countries
Plender’s installation explores vestiges of mysticism, spiritualism and colonialism in Folkestone.
Paloma Varga Weisz
Varga Weisz’s five-headed sculpture, it's body wrapped in blankets and cardboard, appears stranded and forlorn.
Ewan is interested in the dissemination and control of radical ideas
Voices, once firmly rooted within and through the institutions of education, become disembodied in Dreyfus' work and then refigured to other ends.
Strange Cargo’s Triennial contribution was an illustrated alternative guidebook of their hometown, Folkestone.
Tonico Lemos Auad
The various Carrancas situated in the inner and outer harbour are inspired by nature, harnessing tidal currents to hide then reveal, as well as shape the work.
For Sedira, this work is also a reflection on and return to her family roots.