A corner of Glastonbury included a billboard based on the Breaking book by Robert Good.
Described by the NME as:
"Shangri-La, the outspoken and much-loved corner of Worthy Farm is celebrating its tenth incarnation this year, serving up its usual dizzying dose of the theatrical, the radical and the bizarrely brilliant through its latest set of visual arts, curious installations and live performance."
This blog postdates the launch of the Dictionary (we were somewhat busy then I seem to remember), but I thought it was worth a quick look back at some of the events we had – Cambridge University at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), Cambridge again at the Festival of Ideas, then Westminster Arts Library in London, the Stanley Picker Gallery at Kingston University, and finally at Clapham Library. Then in December we had a couple of pop-up exhibitions that the Dictionary participated in: Five Years: My Brain Hurts A Lot with Art Language Location at Guest Projects; and as part of the artists-in-residence show at Reading College.
Thank you to all who came and joined us, and fired up the debates on 'What is art?'. And here's looking forward to the next iteration at South Hill Park in April.