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Jenny Salmean is an artist and producer based in Aberdeenshire. She studied Intermedia Art at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 2014, and is currently Programme and Communications Manager at Scottish Sculpture Workshop.
From 2015– 2017, Jenny was a Committee Member at artist-led project Rhubaba, Edinburgh. During this time the committee produced projects including ‘You hardboiled I softboiled’ (2017), a long-term polyvocal correspondence and investigation into love, how it may be practiced and appropriated across digital and physical distance and terrain.
Over this period, she also worked at Inverleith House, Edinburgh, as an Exhibitions Officer. Alongside coordinating touring exhibitions and displays across the botanic gardens, she supported on the exhibition and public engagement programme, ‘Plant Scenery of the World’ in 2017, which brought together new and commissioned works by artists including Laura Aldridge, Oliver Osborne and Charlie Billingham, alongside existing works and materials from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh’s archives and collections.