‘Resonance’ selected for ‘Converge 2016′, Edinburgh
February 10, 2016
Resonance is currently on show in Edinburgh, as part of ‘Converge 2016′, Visual Arts Scotland’s annual exhibition at the Scottish National Galleries Academy Building.
Consisting of 16 painted and screen-printed linen panels, Resonance measures 194cm x 140cm. It is part of Perpetual Mapping, an ongoing series that explores the theme of ‘plotted routes’ that link place and time. Examining ideas of boundaries, junctions and intersections, where one thing may start, end, or overlap another, the pieces symbolise the internal mapping of thoughts, as well as external paths taken.
‘Converge 2016′ runs until 20th February 2016; 10am-5pm every day.
Other artists shown here, l-r: Mette Fruergaard-Jensen; Julia Gardiner; TERRIBLEm86 and Mark Haddon
Visual Arts Scotland