Michael "Mike" Nelson (born 20 August 1967) is a contemporary British installation artist. He represented Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2011. Nelson has twice been nominated for the Turner Prize: first in 2001 (that year the prize was won by Martin Creed), and again in 2007 (when the winner was Mark Wallinger).
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The term installation art is used to describe large-scale, mixed-media constructions, often designed for a specific place or for a ...
This week we're interested in how we best experience artworks, specifically in the gallery setting.
Several displays this summer explore ways in which ideas surrounding performance have come to occupy a defining place in art ...