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Anne Bean: 30 reformations of performances from 1969-1973

Anne Bean: 30 reformations of performances from 1969-1973
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Description Anne Bean's video collaborations have been shown on the BBC and ITV as well as in many international venues and festivals. In 1983 she co-founded the Bow Gamelan Ensemble with P.D. Burwell and sculptor Richard Wilson with whom she was twice awarded the Time Out Award for Performance Art. In 1992, in collaboration with sculptor Peter Fink, Bean realized Light Year, the largest temporary public art project in the UK, which used Britain's tallest building at Canary Wharf as a canvas for a monumental light sculpture. O Degrees (2001), a permanent laser installation along the Greenwich Meridian Line, involved a large-scale opening event in the Thames using a choreographed flotilla of boats, fireworks and special effects.
Quantity 1
Format DVD
Publisher Matt's Gallery, London
Related Artist Anne Bean
Categories Installation, Live Art/Performance
Keyword Fireworks
Artist's Nationality Zambian

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