Selected Exhibitions, Publications & Other Work

February 2013 to March 2013 - Acts of Displacement, D’Arcy Thomson Museum

February 2013 - Embassy Members Show, Edinburgh

March 2013 - Generator Members Show, Dundee 

March 2013 - Undesirables – Heathfield Car Park, University of Dundee

April/May 2013 - Openings, Nomads Project , Ward Road & McManus Galleries, - Collaboration with Sam Jack and  Claire Briegel 

2013 - ongoing - West Ward Works - initially as joint project initiator, now as Trustee

 

June 2013 - Embassy Annuale, Gilmerton Show (sell out performance)

August 2013DJCA, Degree Show - with kind support from the Hendy Moore Foundation and Dame Evelyn Glennie

October 2013 - Life Lines,  Fate,  Cupar Arts Festival – collaboration with Derek Robertson RSW, SSA, legendary singer Sheena Wellington, and BAFTA nominated film maker, Lindsay Brown; including children's workshops 

Nov 2014 to March 2015 - 6 month project with a large academies school chain (34 schools)

Nov 2014 - Feb 2015 - Life Lines tour, Anstruther Fisheries Museum ; representation and artists talks, including workshop for learning disabilities group

July 2015 - Noose, Part of EMPIRE, SSA selected group show at the Old Rope Works, Montrose, marking the 50th anniversary of the removal of the death penalty in Scotland

Nov 2015 -  secured Graham Fagan as invited artist for the SSA 2015/16 show.

Dec 2015 to Jan 2016 - SSA Annual Exhibition - invited artist with representation of Noose Rendition

2016 - June - Take Me to the Bridge, publication, initiated by Gair Dunlop (Course Director of Time Based Media Art , DJCA) with contributions from David Faithful, Eddie Summerton and Janice Aitkens. 

Summer 2016 - pitched for the artist, Bettina Hutschek, selected as one of 2 artist curators representing Malta at the Venice Biennale 2017 after an absence of 17 years and coinciding with the Malta's Presidency of the EU.  Subsequently approached and secured her as the invited artists for the SSA 2016 show.

2016 - August - Jiff Lemon Tree Reinstatement, with support of the Tay Road Bridge, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Tay Road Bridge

July 2016 - Feb 2017 - 6 month assignment for the Scout Association, London

2016-2017 - Human Rights Monitoring on behalf of HMIPS, women's prison Corntonvale and police cell monitoring on behalf of the Scottish Police Association

2013 - current - commissioned as biographer for Joyce Laing - Scotland's first art therapist, the founder of the Pittenweem arts festival, the art therapist at the Barlinnie Special Unit attributed with the rehabilitation of several long stay prisoners, and founder of Art Extraordinary (collection now in the collection of Glasgow Museum)