Archive / July, 2016

INTERVIEW: “If we don’t defend life it becomes without value” — Lotte van den Berg, Malta Festival

It is said that without the spectator there is no theatre. But who is the spectator and what is their role? This is the question presented to those who attended this year’s Malta Festival in the Polish city of Poznań , whose programme aims to disrupt this usual spectator relationship and encourage exploration of the role. Read More

REVIEW: “A ménage à trois between artist, venue, and visitor”: Not Vital At YSP

I’ll preface this review with a confession: I have written about my love for Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) on many occasions. I’ll freely admit it: I’m enamoured with its open, rolling hills punctuated with the world’s best sculptors. And so to YSP’s latest exhibition by the unfathomable Swiss artist, Not Vital, whose work now fills Read More