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.

2010 Oliver Beck, Nail It

A commission for the 2010 Locus+ Christmas card.

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Nail It

2010 Fiona Banner, Tornado

Tornado by Fiona Banner was a co-commission by Locus+ and Great North Run Culture forming part of the Cultural Olympiad's Open Weekend.

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Tornado

2010 Richard Grayson, The Magpie Index

The Magpie Index is a single-screen high-definition video art-work by artist Richard Grayson, focusing on legendary singer-songwriter Roy Harper.

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The Magpie Index

2009 Alastair MacLennan, Coil To Met

A two-day durational performance in an old disused warehouse as part of Wunderba Live Art Festival.

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Coil To Met

2008 Tatzu Nishi, Hotel Monument

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Hotel Monument

2008 Sonia Boyce, For You Only You

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For You Only You

2007 Toby Paterson, Asymmetric Snowflake

Asymmetric Snowflake was a commissioned work for the Locus+ 2007 Christmas card.

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Asymmetric Snowflake

2007 Mark Dion, Memorial to Thomas Bewick

A semi-permanent sculptural memorial to Thomas Bewick sited in Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Memorial to Thomas Bewick

2007 Janice Kerbel, Deadstar

Deadstar is the plan for a "new" ghost town. Taking the form of a town plan, it uses the conventions of urban planning and the history of abandoned settlements, the orientation of extinct celestial formations and the habits of the supernatural to envisage a timeless settlement for ghosts.

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Deadstar

2006 Ant Macari, All about the Benjamins

A commission for the Locus+ Christmas card 2006

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All about the Benjamins