Sunday, 13 July 2014

Silas Parry: Possibility of Life

Kirsty Macleod of 2|1|4|1, spoke to Silas Parryabout his practice and its development. His works are "a crass mimic of the processes of life itself; half-remembered and fading. The natural world echoing long-ceased industrial mechanics. They are jerky, half-conscious automatons, trying to scavenge a future from sad and finished history." 

I programmed Silas' exhibition Possibility of Life, as part of Summerhall's 2014 Edinburgh International Science Festival and we are continuing to work together on the next stage of this project.

2|1|4|1, is an artist-led collective supporting emerging talent in Scotland, their first curatorial project Draw-In, at St. Margaret's House, explores the role of drawing in contemporary art practice, it is on till the 26th July. Not to be missed!

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