This exhibition highlights the diverse and dynamic work being produced by new Scottish art school graduates
Showcasing photography, film, sculpture and painting from ten Scotland-based artists, all of whom have graduated from major Scottish art schools since 2018, the exhibition engages audiences with the vitality of emerging contemporary art in Scotland.
All ten of these early-career artists are linked by their use of landscape to interrogate a range of issues including sustainability, heritage, care, isolation, craftsmanship and colonialist history. They go beyond traditional landscape representation, using movement, ritual and performance to tackle the genre in a fresh way. As well as sparking new conversations about the Scottish landscape, this free exhibition has been curated by artist-curator Siobhan McLaughlin to provide a platform for emerging artists at the start of their careers.
This exhibition is kindly supported by the Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Trust.
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Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH1 1LT
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To ensure the safety of visitors and staff we have introducued various measures noted below. We are certified Good to Go by Visit Britain.
- timed exhibition tickets
- a one-way system around the building
- hand-sanitising stations
- increased cleaning
- social distancing
- face-coverings are to be worn throughout the building
- plexiglass dividers between staff and visitors
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