Quick, Charles, Vickery, Jonathan, Wood, Jon, Duggan, Tony, Jarratt, Jarratt and Chesney, Rebbeca
Flash@Hebburn Urban Art in the New Century.
Art & Architecture Journal Press, London UK.
- Published Version
The publication of Flash@Hebburn, explores the creation of the public art installation Flash@Hebburn featuring light and electricity, by Charles Quick, on the banks of the River Tyne at Hebburn Riverside Park in South Tyneside, which spanned a period of seven and a half years and was inaugurated on March 9th 2009.
It extensively documents the testing, making and installing of a public art installation that resembles a technical functional placement, which serves to evoke a largely post-industrial site without resorting to nostalgia, while strongly relating to the community where it is placed. Jonthan Vickery’s essay, Infrastructures: Creating Flash@Hebburn, places the work not only in its context of site and its relation to the audience but also in the development of an art world discourse on new urban arts. This is supported by an interview with the artist by Dr John Wood, Henry Moore Institute which discusses the project as a piece of art work in relationship to other contemporary works the artist and others have carried out.
|Section title||Section author||Page|
|The sculptural imagination of charles quick||Jon Wood||26|
|Working it out||Charles Quick||34|
|Infrastures; Creating FLASH@Hebburn||Jonathan Vickery||44|
|Testing, Making, Installing||Charles Quick||62|
|The Launch||Charles Quick||94|
|Celebrating Flash@Hebburn||Rebbeca Chesney||96|
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