Where do we see art? What impact do exhibition spaces have on how an artwork is received? Who is art created for? Who owns public art? New Voices 2016 encourages delegates to consider art outside of conventional exhibition spaces and to engage in a discussion over the function of art in the public, digital, domestic, religious, and secular spheres.
The location for New Voices this year, Plymouth, has had its own recent controversies when it comes to art in public spaces. In November 2014, Robert Lenkiewicz’s 20ft mural ‘The Last Judgement’ was removed for conservation purposes from the front of a quayside shop in Plymouth’s Barbican Quarter. Upon removing the . . . → En lire plus