This new exhibition at Henry Moore Institute in Leeds tells the story of how we have extended the body over the past century. Rebecca Warren is creating a major new sculpture to reflect on the enduring implications of these changes.
Irish artist Anne Tallentire explores the Nissen hut, the familiar curved structure we associate with barracks and refugee camps in the context of the current refugee crisis in Europe. Shelter connects local history, global news, and technological innovation.
A century on from the Battle of the Somme, we mark the anniversary with a major new choral work to be shared with choirs and singing groups across the country. Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning and Oscar-nominated composer David Lang.
The painter Paul Nash joined the British army when he was 25 years old. The appalling experiences he endured, first as a soldier and later as an official war artist, prompted him to create paintings of disturbing, lasting power. Nash’s paintings have inspired this major new work by Dave McKean, the highly acclaimed illustrator, filmmaker and musician.
Commissioned to mark the centenary of the Battle of the Somme and to celebrate the 70th year of Welsh National Opera, In Parenthesis is young British composer Iain Bell’s adaptation of the epic poem by writer and artist David Jones.
Fierce Light brought together leading poets from countries that participated in the First World War. These works were presented alongside a series of specially commissioned short films, available to watch here.