MFA: Edinburgh College of Art – 2015
James Currie is a recent graduate from Edinburgh College of Art. His minimal mixed-medium sculptures and digital prints are ephemeral in nature, each reacting directly to the space in which they are exhibited. James’ work utilizes common art studio supplies and artefacts such as: mount-board, acrylic, graphite, paper-glue, acetate, cardboard and masking tape…
James is collaborating with Patty for this years Ten Chances Summer Residency by bringing the project to rural Gifford, where his family and Scottish heritage has resided (Braewell) for several generations. James was an advocate & contributor to The Moveable Feast Bothy Project in conjunction with the Embassy Annuale 2015 in June, curating ‘Units’ and presenting his personal work alongside fellow artist Anne-Laure Franchette.