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Recent work by interdisciplinary artist James Webb on view at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park presents recent work by interdisciplinary artist James Webb in the 18th-century Chapel and open air this autumn. The exhibition, We Listen for the Future comprises four sound pieces and runs from 1 October 2016 until 26 February 2017. The artist will take up a residency at YSP in 2017, which will result in a new sitespecific work for the Park. Born in 1975 in Kimberley, South Africa, Webb is one of the foremost artists of his generation and is known especially for his sound installations.
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