The artworks were commissioned by Argent, Glenn Howell Architects and on-site art consultants InSite Arts.
Marking the completion of two new works by Mark Titchner, Live the Life that You imagine and Dream after Dream after Dream, is a new book published by InSite Arts. Designed by Axis it documents the development, construction and installation of the artworks at One St Peters Square, Manchester.
The artworks were commissioned by Argent, Glenn Howell Architects and on-site art consultants InSite Arts, the works employ multi-layered gold and silver acrylic extracts of text, adapted from Henry David Thoreau’s Walden 1984 and a pamphlet published post Peterloo in 1819, The Political House that Jack built.
Design, photography and print management: Axis
Essay: Simon Grennan
Print: De Coker, Antwerp
Book images by Axis Graphic Design
I’m very pleased to announce that the new marktitchner.com website is now online!
I’ll be adding new content over the next few weeks. Please come visit! Big thanks to Steve Dunne for all the assistance.
I’ve begun uploading my sound based works to Bandcamp where they are available free for download in a variety of audio formats.
The first three uploads are ‘Kali Girls’ from the performance ‘Shitter beware the evil eye’ at DKUK in 2013, ‘Six Chairs’ from a performance at Art House Foundation in 2012 and ‘The restoration of the submerged’ from a performance for Focal Point Gallery, Southend in 2012.
Follow the links below to download, they’ll be more added in the near future.