Roger Ackling – Gallery I – Ingleby Gallery – Edinburgh – 14th February 2012

Roger Ackling is often classed in the Land Art movement with artists such as Richard Long and Hamish Fulton. He graduated from St Martins School of Art in the late 1960s and worked with a group of artists in the 1960s challenging the traditional notions of sculpture. This formed the land art ideals that a … Continue reading

Andrew Miller – Gallery II – Ingleby Gallery – Edinburgh – 14th Febuary 2012

Andrew Miller is a Glasgow based artist and a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art, Sculpture & Environmental Art course. Miller’s work often deals with the concept of form and function and the ambiguity that surrounds it. As a result Miller rarely focuses on medium but more notably the purpose of an object. Miller … Continue reading

Henry Coombes Process Film – 1st Year SEA – GSA – December 2011

This is a film I made as part of working with Henry Coombes as an artist in residence at the GSA.

Robert Morris – Box with the Sound of its Own Making – 1961 – Henry Coombes – December 2011

For my work with Henry Coombes I have created a video that focuses on the sound of the process I went through to create my sculpture. For the work we were using plaster, wood, scrim, paper and PVA glue. This meant there was a rich diversity of sounds such as water, the rough scrap of … Continue reading

GOMA – You Me Something Else – Nick Evans – Sculpture – Wednesday 19th October 2011

These works by Nick Evans are not only aesthetically interesting but also refer to the history of sculpture. The pieces are made of cast plaster, this is easy to deduce as the seem lines are still visible on the work. However there is also clear manipulation of the material by hand as fingerprints are visible … Continue reading