The Royal Scottish Academy Annual Exhibition is a focal point of the RSA programme and showcases work from RSA Academicians the length and breadth of Scotland. Now in it’s 191st year, it continues to provide a platform for contemporary painting, sculpture, film, printmaking, photography and installation alongside work by some of the country’s leading architects.
We are participating by showcasing an abridged version of the exhibition a botanist looks at the world. Curated by the practice, the exhibition celebrated the life and work of Patrick Geddes (1854 – 1932) and was researched and developed with reference to the Geddesian triptych PLACE · WORK · FOLK. Images, illustrations and supporting text were organised as a series of wall hung square panels presenting Geddes’s ideas and values.
1 April 2017 – 7 May 2017