Nil by Mouth (2013-14) brought together artists, scientists and food producers initiated by Mike Bonaventura, Chief Executive of the Crichton Carbon Centre. The Crichton Carbon Centre’s focus is on sustainability and how to communicate to as many people as possible in as many ways as they want. Read more
Collector, an exhibition which celebrates the joy of things and the relationship between people and their collections.
Part of the Arcadeum community arts project in Muirhouse, North Edinburgh, the Collector exhibition has grown out of a series of conversations between artist in residence, Hans K Clausen, and local residents over a period of a year. Read more
‘Hospital Impressions’ is a participatory art project which comments on the transition of a hospital community from an existing hospital building to a new one, through engagement which explores notions of time, memory and place. Read more
Artists Hans K. Clausen and Kim W. Wilson present a series of site specific works exploring industrial and domestic by-products of human activity, in their joint exhibition What Remains, at Generator Projects. Clausen uses discarded objects from the urban environment with a particular focus on personal objects. Read more
One of a series of outcomes from a two year artist residency in North West Edinburgh between 2015 and 2017. The residency and the PMMM were made possible through generous funding and support from Creative Scotland, Edinburgh and Lothian Health Foundation, NHS Lothian and North Edinburgh Arts. Information about the other outcomes and the residency can be found at arcadeum.org. Read more