Triennial 2017: Artists and artworks
The sculpture is in the form of a cage, or double fence, like the fences used at ‘The Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais.
Pica is intrigued by the edge, dependent on the viewer, between craft and art.
Another Time 1999-2013 is a series of one hundred solid cast-iron figures, destined to be dispersed around the world.
This crystalline modernist architectural composition, echoing the white cliffs between Folkestone and Dover, supports figures of an Inuit and a seal, and sits on a black puddle shape.
Bob and Roberta Smith
Bob and Roberta Smith is a British contemporary artist, activist, art education advocate, writer and musician.
Shrigley's witty sculpture comments on this transition by taking a piece of 'heritage' and re-presenting it as 'creativity'.
Diane Dever and The Decorators
Diane Dever is an inter-disciplinary artist/curator/producer who works collaboratively to explore the intersections of public, private and liminal space.
Emily Peasgood is a composer and sound artist.
Woodley’s ‘impingements’ are concerned with the interaction between ideas and reality, how a ‘platonic’ form can be in dialogue with a physical architectural space.
The Islamic Community Centre, housed in an industrial building on Foord Road South ....
Jonathan Wright works with images, materials and structures derived from the fabric of modernity.
The artist has collected ceramic jelly moulds for many years, adding her own painted pattern decorations.
Marc Schmitz + Dolgor Ser-Od
The artists have separate practices, but have collaborated on Siren.
Folkestone Lightbulb stands over the junction of two of the most important streets in Folkestone’s old town, Tontine Street and The Old High Street, at the gateway to the Creative Quarter.
Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas
The Stone is sited in front of Folkestone Museum, in the ancient Market Place.
Holiday Home (six one-third size ‘homes’ identical except in their colourways) is in ‘unlikely’ places – suggesting that no site is too small, too unlikely, or too inconvenient for its neighbours, for a holiday home.
Earth’s Oldest Satellite reminds us that earth’s closest neighbour may as often be beneath our feet as above our heads.
Tantra's bold interventions use colour abstractions that wrap themselves around architectural environments, transforming them in the process.
Although she lives and works in Berlin, Sol Calero's art has the freshness and colour we might associate with Latin America
Studio Ben Allen
Studio Ben Allen is a multidisciplinary design practice founded in 2014 that operates at the intersection of architecture, design and art.