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Triennial 2017: Artists and artworks

Alex Hartley

The sculpture is in the form of a cage, or double fence, like the fences used at ‘The Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais.

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Amalia Pica

Pica is intrigued by the edge, dependent on the viewer, between craft and art.

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Antony Gormley

Another Time 1999-2013 is a series of one hundred solid cast-iron figures, destined to be dispersed around the world.

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Bill Woodrow

The groundworks and base for the sculpture are complete, and give a sense of the scale and presence of this ambitious work.

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Bob and Roberta Smith

Bob and Roberta Smith is a British contemporary artist, activist, art education advocate, writer and musician. 

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David Shrigley

Shrigley's witty sculpture comments on this transition by taking a piece of 'heritage' and re-presenting it as 'creativity'.

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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.

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Emily Peasgood

Emily Peasgood is a composer and sound artist.

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Gary Woodley

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.

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HoyCheong Wong

The Islamic Community Centre, housed in an industrial building on Foord Road South ....

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Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright works with images, materials and structures derived from the fabric of modernity.

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Lubaina Himid

The artist has collected ceramic jelly moulds for many years, adding her own painted pattern decorations.

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Marc Schmitz + Dolgor Ser-Od

The artists have separate practices, but have collaborated on Siren.

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Michael Craig-Martin

Folkestone Lightbulb stands over the junction of the two most important streets in Folkestone's old town

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Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas

The Stone is sited in front of Folkestone Museum, in the ancient Market Place.

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Richard Woods

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.

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Rigo 23

Earth’s Oldest Satellite reminds us that earth’s closest neighbour may as often be beneath our feet as above our heads.

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Sinta Tantra

Tantra's bold interventions use colour abstractions that wrap themselves around architectural environments, transforming them in the process.

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Sol Calero

Although she lives and works in Berlin, Sol Calero's art has the freshness and colour we might associate with Latin America

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Studio Ben Allen

Studio Ben Allen is a multidisciplinary design practice founded in 2014 that operates at the intersection of architecture, design and art.

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