4th Year BA Painting, Edinburgh College of Art

Category Other Artists/ Critical Reviews

Contemporary Art Research.
A series of critical reviews on visual art technique, artist concept and methods of presentation in context.

Lucy Raven – The Deccan Trap [2015]

Photographic Animation Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art The Deccan Trap is a sci-fi fable that goes back in space and time, with one layer at a time revealed from a cut-out collage of stacked images. The piece jumps from… Continue Reading →

Laure Prouvost – at the 58th Venice Biennale

Deep See Blue Surrounding You (writing in progress)   Laure Prouvost presented an interactive and mulit-faceted installation piece at the French pavilion. Provoust used film to investigate self identity and nationality, while complementing this with a tactile and sculptural immersive environment… Continue Reading →

Carol Sinclair – Memory Bank Reconsidered 2019-20

Think Plastic: Materials and Making – Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Sinclair explores the way our memories form and how they connect to the environment. The piece is formed in layers to represent the physical processes of generating memories. Each ‘memory’… Continue Reading →

Sun Yuan and Peng Yu – Can’t Help Myself 2016

CAN’T HELP MYSELF, SUN YUAN AND PENG YU, 2016. *seen at the Venice Biennale, Central Pavilion/Giardini  – “May You Live in Interesting Times” 2019* At the Giardini, Sun Yuan & Peng Yu presented a giant robotic paintbrush that thrashed paint around a… Continue Reading →

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