Jeremy Deller with Alan Kane

  • Jupiter Artland |
  • 3 August – 15 September 2013

Since their early collaborative show at Stringfellow’s nightclub in 1995 the pair have worked together on a number of unusual projects.

The duo's Steam Powered Internet Machine, originally commissioned by Margate's Turner Contemporary, is on display as part of the Edinburgh art festival.

Comprised of a computer linked to a steam engine, the piece was inspired by 'thinking about something that connects the industrial revolution with the digital revolution'.

There's also a chance to see the pair's customised tea urn and teapot which are on display in the venue's café.

A series of colourful banners that Deller made with Ed Hall form an additional element to the exhibition.

Paraded through the streets of Manchester in 2009, they were key to Deller's Procession, a march he coordinated to celebrate life in contemporary Britain.


Venue & entry details

Jupiter Artland Bonnington House Steadings Wilkieston Edinburgh EH27 8BB

Entry details

Standard entry £8.50

Open 25 May – 15 Sep 2013

Thu - Sun 10am – 5pm

Bank Holidays 10am – 5pm

Book online to receive a 10% discount