…. and not just standing about in a blue T-shirt this time.

I am so pleased to have been selected by curatorial collective place+platform to make new work in response to the  locally renowned Leith Settlement Projects junk shop.

It’s going to be a fantastic group show. The artists involved are:

Seamus Killick, Edward Summerton, Michael Kay Terence, Rowan Paton, Brian Cheeswright, Julia Barbour, Jake Russell, Molly Kent, Emma Macleod, Harry Maberly, Abi Lewis, Luke Thomas Edwards, Emma Drye, Sam Wood and Krish Krush.

Over time, a large collection of discarded art works has accumulated in the basement of the Settlement Projects. We have been invited to respond to and re-purpose this collection, making new art works in the process.

The exhibition opening party will be on Friday 18th August at 7pm and will feature live music, DJ’s, performance, homebrew and a party vibe! You are very welcome to come along.

I found some lovely work in the ‘collection’ and am looking forward to celebrating it with some of my own. I hope you are able to come along and see it during August.

 

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