The Locus+ Archive (incorporating material from the Basement Group and Projects UK) hosted at the University of Sunderland currently has two PhD posts affiliated to it and is the largest archive of time-based work in Europe. It forms a comprehensive historical overview of contemporary art practice from the early '70s to the present, covering artists' projects from a variety of British and international contexts. Here is a snapshot of the projects that have been digitized to date.

2016 Christiane Löhr, Densen-Disperse

German artist Christiane Löhr has created the first contemporary art exhibition for the National Trustís Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens.

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Densen-Disperse

2016 Wolfgang Weileder, Transfer Laban

Recreating the façade of the Laban Building (Herzog & de Meuron, 1997) as a preformative time-based sculpture whereby the shape and dimensions of a building are only momentarily revealed.

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Transfer Laban

2015 Jonathan Monk, A copy of Richard Hamilton, Whitley Bay, 1965

A year-long project involving the reproduction of Richard Hamilton's famous Whitley Bay, 1965 postcard, mailed each month from the postbox in Whitley Bay.

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A copy of Richard Hamilton, Whitley Bay, 1965

2014 Jonathan Monk, A Small Glass Christmas Tree Ornament Placed Inside a Padded Envelope & Stamped on by Jonathan Monk

A Small Glass Christmas Tree Ornament Placed Inside a Padded Envelope & Stamped on by Jonathan Monk was a commissioned work for the Locus+ 2014 Christmas card.

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A Small Glass Christmas Tree Ornament Placed Inside a Padded Envelope & Stamped on by Jonathan Monk

2014 Ron Geesin, Blackbird Quadralogue

Drawing together the calls of four Blackbirds as they move through one year, Blackbird Quadralogue, is a beautiful musical composition that interrogates notions of territories and belonging, and those of the individual vs the collective.

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Blackbird Quadralogue

2014 Christian Barnes, A Bathymetric Atlas of The English Lake District

A Bathymetric Atlas of The English Lake District, is a unique hand-made book measuring 120 x 120 cm. Conceived and devised by Christian Barnes and commissioned by Locus+, it reveals the hidden contours of the principal lakes in the English Lake District at a scale of 1:41250

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A Bathymetric Atlas of The English Lake District

2013 Jane and Louise Wilson, Blind Landings

Blind Landings (H-bomb Test Site, Orford Ness) #3
2013, Photo collage, 360 x 360mm, Variation of 4

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Blind Landings

2013 Sarah Pickering, Celestial Objects

Celestial Objects, by Sarah Pickering, has been made by photographing a revolver fired in total darkness.

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Celestial Objects

2013 Katie Paterson, Second Moon

A fragment of the Moon, couriered around the earth for one year.

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Second Moon

2012 Chris Burden, Print Portfolio

A Limited Edition print portfolio available in 2013

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Print Portfolio