Thru 30 September 2012
Pointfive have been appointed to deliver the 2012 Biennial kiosk. Based on the ‘black box’ flight recorder (which is actually orange in order to assist in retrieval), the kiosk will offer itself as a visitor centre as well as an artwork in its own right. Punctured by holes, the kiosk will allow light to travel through it, measuring the passage of time and offering a point for reflection as well as meeting.
Mereheath Dr, Knutsford, Cheshire East WA16, UK. http://www.tattonparkbiennial.org/
Tatton Park Biennial: Flights of Fancy opens to the public on 12 May and runs through the summer until 30 September, 2012. This third edition of the Biennial considers the human urge to fly, to accomplish the impossible in fragile times. Its artists are considering the impact of experimentation on delicate eco-systems, looking backward and forward for guidance, wisdom and/or humour. Their proposed results are experiments in time and space.