Barbican Concert Hall Wall Commission

Website: http://www.barbican.org.uk/about-barbican/commissions/concert-hall-wall

Barbican are inviting artists, collectives and designers across all disciplines, including those working with digital technology and new media, to respond to the phrase: What’s going on here, then? The winning work will be installed from late January until May 2017 on the Concert Hall Wall. Thematically the work can touch on any area, but should consider the desired audience experience. There is a commissioning fee of £2,500 to be awarded to the winning entry.

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Expires: January 4, 2017


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