- Evolution House
78 West Port
The exhibition will showcase a range of work exploring the theme of material fluidities (materiality and making); the aim is to create an interdisciplinary platform of discussion and build creative insights around different approaches to materiality through the use of craft based knowledge and advanced digital technologies.
- craft and making.
Working with other artists, researchers and specialists as well as industry practitioners, archives, creative organisations and the wider public Gordon Munro and Ewan Robertson began exploring the creative potential of iron in 2011 via different practice-based research projects.
The structure formed part of Craft Scotland and Emergents’ first national pavilion at the major industry event.
‘Carnevale’, by Andrea Roe and Cath Keay, shows animals’ responses to unique objects.
- outreach, knowledge exchange and impact.
The costumes, which take their inspiration from the work of acclaimed artists at the NOW exhibition, were worn by the Dance students for a one-off performance at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.