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Archipelago: David Blyth, Alan Grieve, and Derrick Guild

Often times in art exhibitions, the combination of seemingly unrelated artists, under the theme of ‘individualism’ or ‘disunity’ feels like an excuse for poor curation. However, occasionally a truly brilliant…

CEIBA and A Festival of Ian Smith: A Celebration of Death

CEIBA and the four-part collection on Ian Smith are two separate exhibitions in Summerhall’s Festival of Ian Smith: A Celebration of Death. While there are more than two exhibitions in…

Whitney McVeigh: Language of Memory

Summerhall: Until March 9th Whitney McVeigh’s exhibition is centred on her short film ‘Birth: the Origins at the End of Life’ and explores ideas of childhood memories and the continual…

Artist Rooms Clips: An Evening with Agnes Martin

Summerhall: Run Ended Introducing Gabriel: a young, dark-haired boy with knobbly knees poking out from under a pair of innocent beige shorts and a taste for adventure. Otherwise Gabriel, Agnes…

In Parting Glass

Summerhall (Laboratory Gallery): Until 9th March In Parting Glass, the first collaboration between choreographer Riccardo Buscarini and sound and visual artist Richard Taylor, is described as an exploration of memory,…

To Breathe

Image courtesy of Andrew Perry. To Breathe at Summerhall. Run Ended. To Breathe uses physical theatre to examine “how each life breathes as it moves through cycles of being” particularly…

Art to raise awareness for the homeless

Homelessness is a social taboo. We are all guilty: we avoid the subject, we try to ineffectually help with sharing some cash here and there, but we will always lose…