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Collective Gallery Podcasts
Category: Visual Arts
Location: Edinburgh
Collective is committed to supporting new visual art through a programme of exhibitions, projects and commissions. Originally established as an artist run organisation in 1984, Collective is an international organisation for the production, researc ...more
Collective is committed to supporting new visual art through a programme of exhibitions, projects and commissions. Originally established as an artist run organisation in 1984, Collective is an international organisation for the production, research, presentation and distribution of contemporary art and culture with a specific focus on new visual art and practices. We aim to foster, support and debate new work and practices in a way which is of mutual benefit to artists and audiences. We believe that visual art can provide experiences that change the way we look at our world and understand ourselves within it. Collective is a space where people can come to witness, to be challenged, to learn, to experience; a space where adventure is celebrated.
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July 31, 2014 09:35 AM PDT

The third audio work in the Observers’ Walks series is by Tris Vonna-Michell. Tris has made a work centred on the pioneering calotype photography of David Octavius Hill, who worked with Robert Adamson at Rock House, which overlooks Waterloo Place on the south west side of Calton Hill.

Funded by Outset, Scotland.

March 27, 2014 06:06 PM PDT

Ruth Ewan and Astrid Johnston concentrated on the monuments and geology of Edinburgh’s Calton Hill. Centering around the Political Martyrs’ Monument, this tour reveals the stories behind this glaciated landscape and the rocks we have placed upon it, inviting us to re-engage with the rich diversity of history on Calton Hill.
Narrated by Tam Dean Burn and Ruth Milne.
54 mins

Funded by Outset, Scotland.

March 27, 2014 05:52 PM PDT

Outwith by Bedwyr Williams is the second in the Observers' Walks series. The audio takes the listener through a series of stories created by the artist, which are all set in a local hotel, visible from Calton Hill.
Performed by Hilary Lyons.
22 mins

Funded by Outset, Scotland.

February 26, 2013 07:01 AM PST

20 November 2012 | 7 pm.

A special one-off event with architectural historian, Kirsten McKee and architect, Malcolm Fraser coinciding with Collective's exhibition, Adaptation. Kirsten completed her PhD thesis on the landscape, politics, architecture, social organisation and culture of Calton Hill and its environs throughout history. This research is informing Collective's future plans. Malcolm is Director and founder of Malcolm Fraser Architects who are currently developing an architectural master plan for the long-term development of the City Observatory on Calton Hill for Collective.

Kirsten will draw on her extensive knowledge of the history and architecture of Calton Hill to introduce and contextualise Collective's new location and its varied history. Malcolm will reflect on his previous experience of working with cultural organisations and redeveloping historic buildings to consider how this new location might impact on Collective's identity, and how such a dramatic change could develop the ambition of the programme.

Adaptation was a phased, year-long research project initiated by Sarah Tripp with Collective. The project considers the effect that change can have on form and content - which is particularly pertinent at this time when the gallery is in its own process of adaptation.

Duration 1 hour 22 minutes.

October 18, 2012 05:37 AM PDT

Saturday 13th October 2012.

A discussion with some of the Adaptation practitioners. Banu Cennetoglu, Philippine Hoegen, Dominic Paterson and Sarah Tripp will discuss the project and their work within it.

Adaptation is a phased, year-long research project initiated by Sarah Tripp with Collective. The project considers the effect that change can have on form and content – this is particularly pertinent at this a time when Collective is in its own process of adaptation, preparing to move from its current site on Cockburn Street to a new site in the City Observatory on Calton Hill at the end of 2012.

1 hour 30 minutes 51 seconds.

July 08, 2012 08:35 AM PDT

Saturday 30th June 2012
Artist Simon Martin discusses his exhibition at Collective in conversation with Collective's Direction, Kate Gray.
1 hour 20 minutes 33 seconds

May 02, 2012 09:11 AM PDT

Sunday 22 April 2012.
Artist Grace Schwindt discusses her exhibition and performance at Collective. In conversation with Steven Cairns.
Duration 34 mins 45 secs.

March 13, 2012 04:37 AM PDT

Saturday 3 March, 2012.
An informal talk with artist Sun Xun and Collective's Programme Manager, Siobhan Carroll. Translation by Chi Zhang.
For his first solo exhibition in Scotland, Sun Xun created a new, wall based work for Collective, exhibited with seven animations. Hangzhou-based Sun Xun studied printmaking at the China Academy of Fine Arts before establishing his own animation studio, Pi, in 2006.

Duration: 43:15

September 22, 2011 04:18 AM PDT

Interpretation by Blood Tears & The Moral Highground feat. Jim Colquhoun & Andy Hopkins

As one element of his contribution to New Work Scotland Programme 2011 Oliver Braid is working alongside a variety of sound and music makers to produce new audio works in response to a set score. The original score takes the form of an undignified Skype conversation between Oliver Braid and a friend which presents an argument around the concept of expectation. This argument also inspired Oliver’s other contributions to the programme this year, ‘I’ll Look Forward To It: A Visual Essay on Expectation’, his design for the 2011 Christmas Window at Collective and a live music event taking place at Collective on 15th December.

PLEASE BE AWARE THIS SOUND PIECE CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE

August 28, 2011 07:45 AM PDT

Jesse Jones talks to Kate Gray about her new project commissioned by Collective - Against the Realm of the Absolute.

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