Creative Conversations: Ben Quash with Mark Wallinger

This film continues our series of 'Creative Conversations’. In these conversations, living artists working in a variety of different artistic media discuss how the Bible and its legacies of visual and theological interpretation operate as a vital resource for their own creativity. 

In this film, VCS Director Ben Quash interviews British artist Mark Wallinger, a winner of the Turner Prize who represented Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2001, about the role that biblical texts have played in his artworks.

Related Exhibitions

Ecce Homo by Melchiorre d'Enrico
Ecce Homo by Mark Wallinger
Christ Crowned with Thorns (Ecce Homo), and the Mourning Virgin by Adrien Ysenbrandt

John 19:4–5
Ecce Homo

Threshold to the Kingdom by Mark Wallinger
Amerika the Stoker by Tim Rollins and K.O.S
A New Jerusalem by Michael Takeo Magruder

Revelation 21
The New Jerusalem and the Gates of Heaven

More Creative Conversations

Creative Conversations: Ben Quash with Katherine Rundell (31:11)
Creative Conversations: Ben Quash with Wim Wenders (16:36)