Looking forward to our next venue for the installation – it will be at the Heritage Centre on Unst, Scotland’s most northerly island – July 9th – 24th.
Saturday 22nd January 2022 – Sunday 20th February 2022
At last we have been able to install Confusing Shadow with Substance in the gallery at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine! It looks and sounds great and is accompanied by 3 paintings from the Museum collection and many photographs and facsimile documents which were used in the video. See the museum website for opening times.
Confusing Shadow with Substance installation will be shown as part of Screenplay, Shetland’s annual film festival.
Opening Friday 3rd September, 6.30pm
Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th, 2 – 6 pm
Burra Heritage Centre, Easthouse, Papil, West Burra, Shetland ZE2 9UY
We are pleased to announce that our new audio project Ling Received: fishermen of the far haaf, is ready to download. See the sound walk page of this website for full details. Let us know how you get on and what you think of it.
The installation at the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther will now be in August 2022, dates to be confirmed. Hillswick Wildlife Sanctuary in Shetland is also postponed but we hope that we can show there in 2022.
For this year though, we have something that can be experienced safely! We are producing a soundwalk for Stenness which should be ready in late August. Audiences will be able to download an audio file from this website for their phone and listen to it walking around Stenness.
Our exhibition of Confusing Shadow with Substance has been postponed once more due to the pandemic restrictions. We have a new date, but it is a long wait – January 2022! We are hopeful that the rest of the tour will continue as planned from next June. More updates will follow.
We are very pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting Confusing Shadow with Substance at the Scottish Maritime Museum, Irvine from Saturday 14th November 2020 to Sunday 3rd January 2021. More details to follow.
Due to the Covid19 pandemic and the closure of museums and galleries, our carefully planned 2020 tour of six venues in Scotland and Shetland, which we were looking forward to, has been postponed. The likelihood is that it will be rescheduled to take place in 2021, but like many cultural venues and events, we wait to hear the guidance.