Category Archives: artists in residence
pollen analysis (2013) will be shown and heard at Seventeen in Aberdeen. This exhibition is supported with funding from the National Lottery through the Creative Scotland Year of Natural Scotland Open Fund and Seventeen. Saturday 5 April to Saturday 26… Continue reading
Time for a summary of what this Natural Bennachie art & science collaboration is about – we are interested in the methods how the scientists are working, but mainly the part of the process where they start to make decisions,… Continue reading
Meeting with Jackie (Forestry Commission) – she knows 1001 stories about Bennachie, it’s landscape, history and culture. Then we revisit the School of Geoscience again to hear more about pollen analysis, to understand the process and what the scientists are… Continue reading
So this is the field trip – our third trip to the hills, this time the Oxen Craig route – with Dr Ed Schofield, Dr Tim Mighal and Laura McHardie – and lots of other interested people of Balies of… Continue reading
In the Department of Geography & Environment at Aberdeen University we are meeting Dr. Ed Schofield, Laura McHardie and to hear our first lesson about pollen analysis. They are reconstructing past environments and now working on the Bennachie project. Laura… Continue reading
~ in the fields is selected for one of the Natural Bennachie Commissions – the Art & Science Collaboration. Natural Bennachie is being delivered in partnership with the Bailies of Bennachie, Bennachie Landscapes, Forestry Commission Scotland, Aberdeenshire Council Ranger Service… Continue reading
~ in the fields are commencing a new residency at the University College London Environment Institute to research about oceanic plastic pollution. 1 October 2010 – 30 June 2011
~ in the fields are having a micro-residency at H-I-C-A, the Highland Institute for Contemporary Art, Loch Ruthven.
~ in the fields have been appointed Artists in Residence at the Highland Hospice in Inverness. 1 October 2008 – 30 September 2009
~ in the fields commence the Scottish Arts Council New Media Residency at the University of Abertay Dundee.