Warrior Artists Merzbau Project, Kurt Schwitters Society Newsletter May 2016, pp. 8-16.
See also: What is Done Cannot be Undone, Warrior Studios, OVADA
Kurt Schwitters in Norway
Warrior Artists Merzbau Project, Kurt Schwitters Society Newsletter May 2016, pp. 8-16
Robbie O'Halloran writes about his artist residency at the Merz Barn, Cumbria
Blog by Jack Deverson
Mission: to research where, when and how Kurt Schwitters first learned English
Peter Bissegger’s Merzbau Reconstruction
An introduction to Peters Bissegger’s reconstruction of the first MERZBAU room, now in the Sprengel Museum Hannover. The original, located in Waldhausenstrasse 5a in Hannover, was destroyed in the Second World War.
The Kurt Schwitters Merz Barn Project
The project's initiatives include the recovery, documentation and restoration of Kurt Schwitters' last Merzbau project; the Elterwater Merz Barn. See also: information about the Merz Barn Project on the Littoral web site.
Merzman - Kurt Schwitters in the North West
Manchester-wide programme of exhibitions, installations, talks, films, performances celebrating the legacy of Schwitters in the North West.
The Hjertoya Project
Factum Arte carried out a photographic survey of Kurt Schwitters' only remaining Merz building on the island of Hjertoya, in Norway. A facsimile and partial reconstruction of the hut was planned and the work is part of an ongoing project, organized by Littoral Arts.
|A major collaborative project between The Henie Onstad Art Centre, The Romsdal Museum and The Sparebank Foundation DnBNOR, a key aim of which is the establishment of a permanent showroom and competence centre at The Henie Onstad Art Centre at Høvikodden.|
Snake sticks in Merzland
Short video about children from schools in Greater Manchester taking part in an event for the Merz Day Snakestick public art project. (March 2011)