As we approach the end of 2015, Kilometre of Sculpture would like to welcome you to its new website and tell you about its new public face.
The website you see here is the new kmS online presence to keep followers, visitors and artists fully informed of our activities. This site also delivers the long-awaited gallery for our 2015 summer exhibition The Visitors curated by Andreas Nilsson. Just click on Artists in the menu below to open text content on each artist and then follow the “Gallery” links in the top-right corner to see a selection of images from the exhibition. You can also click on Map and use the map tool to see the works and where they were installed in the city of Võru.
In addition to a new website, we have also updated our logo, as well as the abbreviated way we can be referred to in text. You can see the new logo in the top-left corner of your screen, and as you read this news item and the other texts on this site, you will see that in normal text we now prefer to refer to Kilometre of Sculpture as kmS, and this is the case regardless of whether the text is Estonian or English.
In the coming days, this green site, which presents material from our 2015 exhibition in Võru, will be joined by a new red site for the 2016 exhibition in Rakvere next July. Week by week the new red site will include new content as the 2016 exhibition takes shape and participants are locked in to our main exhibition and side program.
So stay tuned for the launch of the dedicated page for our 2016 exhibition and the launch of our open call for next July.