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What happens when a team of poets joins a major cultural organisation busily remaking itself ready for the middle years of the 21st century? And what results when you throw a slew of unpredictable geopolitical and social shifts into their path?
The answer is a treasure chest of insights. The poems, essays and illustrations within this book find fascination in 50 years of art and artists at the Fruitmarket in the centre of Edinburgh. In their subject matter are the movements of creative work and ideas across borders, the make-up and history of the city, and gothic fantasies of galleries reimagined as mortuaries or as gardens. As well as a temperature check on a remarkable time in a specific place, pulsing through it all is the abundant imaginative energy needed to convince us to make our commitment to new living.
17.5cm x 26cm x 1cm
Andrew Miller, Stack II, 2021
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Andrew Miller is a Glasgow based artist working with sculpture, drawing, photography and installations. Through a process of drawing, altering, transforming and making he seeks to gain an understanding of the ambiguity of the relationship between form and function. In salvaging, reassembling and re-presenting familiar objects he attempts to ask questions about the way things are placed, valued and used.
Stack II is a sculpture/form/light which allows the user the freedom and flexibility to arrange and rearrange the perspex components into a work of varying forms and colour. Constructed from irregular hexagonal shapes repeated in six different sizes and three different colours, the light is bought assembled but can be endlessly rearranged.
Light comes fully assembled with 3m flex and bulb. Electrician recommended for fitting.