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30 Seconds Over Edinburgh: Anne Colvin
28 September 2018 until 30 September 2018
An informal screening
A nomadic studio
A breakfast gathering
Friday September 28th to Sunday September 30th, email firstname.lastname@example.org or DM @annecolvin for details of location. Drop in anytime between 8:00 am -12:00 pm or by appointment.
While in Edinburgh I will screen a suite of recent works which explore the tension between memory, the spoken word, and moving image. Ephemeral, filmic journeys conjure mystical spaces, intimate reflections, and pauses to ponder.
I will also launch a collection of my recent poetry, “Cheviots on Main Street”—an assemblage of memories, thoughts and inspirations.
I divide my time between San Francisco and Edinburgh. Most recently my work was included in “Here was Elsewhere: >>FFWD”, Cooper Gallery, DJCAD, Dundee (2018); “Gallery Tally/ Starless in Midnight”, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (2018); “FFWD: Moving Image from Scotland”, Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, China (2017) and “Skelf”, Art Licks, London (2017).
“Colvin has an intrinsic interest in examining the world and developing meaning through unexpected visual and lyrical synchronicities”
– Stephanie Hanor, Director Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, California.