Jeppe Hein: Modified Social Benches—Danish artist Jeppe Hein has installed a series of modified benches which invite the seaside residents of the town of De Haan in Belgium to enter into an interaction which questions the nature of social behaviour in urban spaces. The bench designs borrow their basic form from normal park benches, but are altered in various degrees to make the act of sitting on them a conscious physical endeavour.
Peter Blake, the grandfather of the British Pop movement, is an inveterate collector of everything from pop culture to found objects and seaside detritus. His sculptural compositions and collages show the energy and lightness of touch he brings to his work
lifornian artist Pae White has just arrived at Peckham’s South London Gallery with an installation made up of a 48 kilometre network of threads. Characterised by its transient nature, Pae’s work is often constructed from fragile materials that are utilised en masse to build large-scale sculptural works.