Visual arts: pick of the week

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The latest installation from Artangel, the team who brought you Rachel Whiteread's House, is HG, a collaboration between Hans Peter Kuhn and Robert Wilson, with the assistance of Peter Greenaway's designer Michael Howells. Set in the vaults of London's abandoned Clink Street prison, and taking as its broad theme the nature of time, this promises to be a memorable experience.

To 15 Oct. (0171-336 6801)

In her new installation for the Tate Gallery's Art Now space, Genevieve Cadieux has abandoned her more familiar medium of photographic emulsion in favour of sound. From a glass cell in the centre of the room, loudspeakers relay alarming noises of human distress, whose roots lie in the soul-searching lamentations of Baroque religious zealots.

To 5 Nov. (0171-887 8000)

That contemporary Scottish art is not confined to the Glasgow realists is evident from a new show at Art First. Found in Scotland features work by Jake Harvey, Eileen Lawrence, Helen Macalister, Will Maclean and Barbara Rae.

Today to 5 Oct. (0171-734 0386)

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