Luke Burton is an artist living and working in London. He has exhibited extensively in the UK including the Institute of Contemporary Art; Carroll/Fletcher; Bosse & Baum; Vitrine Gallery; Milton Keynes Gallery; Turner Contemporary and most recently at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. Luke’s multi-disciplined work includes sculpture, drawing and video examining the aesthetic, social and political dimensions found between the decorative, male identity and urban environments.
Project Type: Scotland
Collette has exhibited in various group and solo exhibitions throughout the UK and most recently presented a series of new writings for Radio Anti’s live broadcast and panel discussion, The Map is The Territory at Bloc Projects, Sheffield.
Stephanie Mann is currently Artist in Residence at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop & Stills (May-Aug 2015), Funded by Royal Scottish Academy. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and Talbot Rice in Edinburgh. Stephanie has exhibited work in Athens, Greece; Newfoundland, Canada; Perth, Australia; London and Glasgow. Stephanie was awarded the John Watson Prize, ‘13; Andrew Grant Bequest Award, ‘13; and the John Kinross Travel Scholarship, ‘13.
Stephanie’s works are contemporary interpretations of the still life through flattened sculptural photography, prints, video, installation, and performance.
Andy DuCett’s art practice employs drawing, collage, sculpture, installation, and object making. Andy’s solo exhibition, ‘why we do this,’ (2012) a loose narrative of installations, performative, and interactive vignettes covering 12,000 sq. ft. at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis, MN was cinematic and epic.
(photography, installations, writing, sketches, pyrogravure, embroidery, etc.) to create multiple modalities of experience.
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.