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JUPITER ARTLAND

Bonnington House Steadings, Wilkieston EH27 8BY
01506 889 900

www.jupiterartland.org
nquiries@jupiterartland.org

Daily 10–5 (18 May – 29 Sep 2019)


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Click to enlargeDANIEL LIE : THE NEGATIVE YEARS
May 18 - Jul 14, 2019
Opening Jupiter’s 2019 season is Daniel Lie: The Negative Years, the artists first solo exhibition in the UK and the culmination of a two-year research partnership focusing on decentring human agency in favour of other actors in our shared ecological and emotional field. From vast accumulations of flowering plants, to burial urns cultivating fungal growths and spaces physically heated by bio-digestion heaps, Daniel Lie’s work offers new perspectives on interspecies collaboration.

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TALBOT RICE GALLERY

Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL
0131 650 2210

www.trg.ed.ac.uk
info.talbotrice@ed.ac.uk

Tues-Fri 10-5 | Sat 12-5 (Closed Sun/Mon from Sept)

7 min walk from Edinburgh Waverley Stn


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BORDERLINES
Feb 23 - May 4, 2019
Lara Almarcegui, Rossella Biscotti, Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan, Willie Doherty, Nuria GŁell, Ruth E. Lyons, Amalia Pica, Khvay Samnang, Santiago Sierra, Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor
 
Borderlines is a group exhibition that gives form to the conceptual, geo-political, economic and cultural impacts of borders. It draws attention to the ownership of the earth beneath our feet, underwater realms, the rules governing the international movement of goods, nation-states, the UK border in Ireland, financial sovereignty, tribal territories, anarchic polar exploration and the world-wide distribution of natural resources. Conceived to coincide with the UK’s exit from the EU, Borderlines offers imaginative ways of representing and thinking about frontiers, at a time when very real borders between the UK and Europe are being created.

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