Some artists take a very hands-on approach to architecture – digging it up, twisting it and slicing it up. We meet Mary Ellen Carroll, who is rotating a suburban house, and Richard Wilson, who punctures and dissects buildings.

Published in Features
Wednesday, 10 August 2011 10:28

Bone Dinner

A Birmingham gallery expertly rehashed the idea of eating as performance.

Published in Review
Tuesday, 09 August 2011 15:21

The Pioneers

Exit Art’s history of independent art spaces in New York reignites a lost sense of activism.

Published in Review
Thursday, 28 July 2011 15:43

Doug Aitken demolishes house

“I decided to choreograph the demolition,” says artist Doug Aitken, who recently knocked down his home – with his parents inside it.

Published in News

An insightful book on Gordon Matta-Clark captures the infectious spirit of fun that informed the work of this oddly neglected figure.

Published in ICON 003 | June 2003