Ecology

  • ecollaborate

    ecollaborate

    Over nine weeks participants from Access to Industry (PAGE 2 Group – Photographic Arts Group Empowerment) took part in a series of photo walks collecting plant materials to experiment with […]

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  • Craigmillar & Communities Walking Residency

    Craigmillar & Communities Walking Residency

    Artist+curator Jonathan Baxter has been working with communities in Craigmillar & surrounding areas since 2021 to explore a range of approaches that embed an ecological way of thinking about Craigmillar’s […]

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  • Crude Floral

    Crude Floral

    Dense with wildflowers, insects, pedestrians and people on bikes who use Seafield for foraging, dog walking, commuting, swimming, running and more, the area has been overlooked for development until recently […]

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  • Quota

    Quota

    Bottom towed fishing vessels are highly destructive to underwater ecologies including living seabed ecosystems which take millennia to form. Physically disruptive of the seafloor and indiscriminately collecting everything in their […]

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  • Repel and attract

    Repel and attract

    Inspired by the unexpected presence of tomato seedlings thriving in the water treatment plant at Seafield, Tonya McMullan is currently developing connections between waste, water, ecology and scent. This work […]

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  • PERIPHERI: tending to corners

    PERIPHERI: tending to corners

    During winter through to summer 2021-22, artists Elise Ashby and Stephanie Whitelaw designed and delivered a series of monthly art walks, exploring peripheral sites on the edge of Portobello. The […]

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  • Walking in the Footsteps of Time

    Walking in the Footsteps of Time

    Parade and Circular Walk as part of the Craigmillar & Niddrie Festival 2023

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  • Plot 55b

    Plot 55b

    Felicity Bristow and Susie Wilson first began their residency in 2019 working the land from their garden shed at Plot 55b at Craigentinny Telferton Allotments. However due to the lockdown […]

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