Installation & Multimedia

Marina Abramoviç, 512 Hours, Serpentine Gallery

I’ll admit, there's a scene that made me well up during the excellent Marina Abramovic biopic The Artist is Present.

Marina Abramović interview: 'I see the artist as a servant'

She trained Gaga, danced with Jay Z and had a loaded gun pointed at her in the name of art.

Marina Abramovi review 'Who knows what might happen?'

"Close your eyes and think of the void," Marina Abramović announces. "The void is also a cinema screen."

Marina Abramovic; Hotel; Emma Healey; Crowd Out

Performance artist Marina Abramovic discusses her new project 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery in London in which there is no art on display, simply Abramovic herself welcoming 300 visitors a day to an empty gallery space.

Marina Abramovic; Hotel; Emma Healey; Crowd Out

Performance artist Marina Abramovic discusses her new project 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery in London in which there is no art on display, simply Abramovic herself welcoming 300 visitors a day to an empty gallery space.

Museum of Water - Somerset House, London

A melted snowman. Droplets from a baby’s bath. Sacred draughts from an Indian river. Just some of the items donated to London’s newest museum. In the atmospheric underground spaces of Somerset House, Amy Sharrocks invites you to consider our relations

Dave's off his head: meet Ed Atkins's disembodied, drinking, smoking avatar

CGI artist Ed Atkins's hunky virtual alter ego is set to turn heads in a mesmerising installation at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery

Marina Abramovic: What a performance for an artist taking on

For someone who believes that the British enjoy bad jokes and drink too much at weekends, the acclaimed Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic is about to get close to them for a very long time - eight hours a day, for 64 days, to be precise.

Marina Abramovic bans mobile phones from latest exhibition

Marina Abramovic will up the Serpentine gallery to British audiences for the next three months but forces them to leave their tech at the door.

Visual art, film and performance at the seaside: Whitstable Biennale 2014

Mark Sheerin dips his toes into the waters as the Whitstable Biennale responds to the rich texture of the Kent seaside town by serving up a recipe of film and performance art.