Interest and activity in the field of collaborative practice between artists and architects is growing rapidly. Two Minds is the first book of its kind to document and critique this activity, focusing on new work by high profile and emerging practitioners such as David Adjaye, Jacques Herzog, Chris Ofili, Pipilotti Rist, Kathrin Bohm and Nathan Coley. Edited by Jes Fernie, an established authority on the subject, the book includes two essays focusing on collaborations in North America and Europe, alongside a series of in depth case studies. A valuable resource for architects, curators, artists and all those involved in making buildings and spaces for the public domain, this book is an accessible and timely consideration of an important phenomenon. Divided into three sections "Groundscapes," "Buildings" and "Things," the case studies cover a range of small scale artist-led projects, landscape schemes and award-winning buildings.