27 JUNE — 26 JULY 2015

This summer, Station to Station takes over the Barbican Centre in London for 30 days.
With more than 100 free events, this ‘living exhibition’ is continuously evolving, with new
works introduced, created and shown every day as part of a program of live rehearsals,
performances, talks, interviews and workshops. Including over 100 artists,
no two days will be the same.


Terry Riley / Pedro Reyes / Ed Ruscha / Boredoms / Lawrence Weiner / Suicide / Olaf Breuning / Tal R / Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard

Urs Fischer / Olafur Eliasson / Kenneth Anger / Savages / William Eggleston / Martin Creed / Stephen Shore / Albert Oehlen

Allora & Calzadilla / Gus Van Sant / Ryan Trecartin / Joanna Hogg and Adam Roberts / Aaron Koblin and Ben Tricklebank / Thomas Demand

Raymond Pettibon / LoneLady / Siobhan Davies / EMA / Charlemagne Palestine / Zahed Sultan / Anri Sala / Nozinja / Mike Figgis

Haroon Mirza with Factory Floor and Shiva Feshareki / Marcus Coates / Trajal Harrell / Fischli & Weiss / Liz Glynn / New Movement Collective

Nicolas Provost / Ann Van den Broek / Barney Hoskyns / Richard Wentworth / Miet Warlop / Abraham Brody / Angelica Mesiti

Isabel Lewis / ScanLab Projects / Kate Casanova / Åbäke / DesignMarketo / Josh Bitelli & Felix Melia / Fraser Muggeridge / Kelly Sears

Station to Station is a living project exploring modern creativity. The project first crossed North America by train, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, over 23 days in September 2013. Over the course of the journey, a constantly changing group of creative contributors joined and took part in ten events in major cities and off-the-grid locations. What began as a train journey has evolved into a platform for non-commercial creativity and cross-collaboration between different mediums.

Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening takes place at the Barbican Centre in London from 27 June – 26 July this summer.

The Station to Station feature film is a high-speed road trip through modern creativity comprised of 62 one-minute films. The film will be released in theaters this summer.

The Station to Station book features more than 200 full-color images and numerous conversations documenting the train’s journey from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Published by DelMonico Books • Prestel.