With the aid of a children's chemistry set and a selection of household chemicals, Jessica Ramm presents a cycle of prints that evidence everyday magic.
Her chemical and physical experiments propose alternative ways of navigating humanity's symbiotic relationship with the material environment while paying particular attention to the extravagance of human aspiration.
Her printed images focus on relationships of contingency, depicting states of being that are conditioned by external factors or subject to unforeseen effects.
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Edinburgh Art Festival and Edinburgh Printmakers present newly commissioned work from Montreal-based artist Nadia Myre responding to the 200th anniversary of the Union Canal.
Enjoy a lunchtime tour every Thursday at 1pm for the Alan Davie: Beginning of a Far-off World exhibition (Raphael is not included). Spaces are strictly limited so this must be pre-booked in advance.
Peace and Justice (Scotland)'s 'Peace Cranes' project culminates with Consequences: Art and Activism in the Nuclear Age – an exhibition of contemporary art at Edinburgh’s Out of the Blue Drill Hal