Edge Effects Library

Edge Effects Library, Edge Effects: Glasgow (2017). Photo: Ross Fraser McLean / Studio RoRo

The Edge Effects library was first presented at Edge Effects: Glasgow, before travelling to SSW for Edge Effects: Lumsden. It’s now in permanent residence in our communities room for everyone at SSW.

The library is made up of a series of reading lists selected by artists and organisations involved in the Edge Effects: Glasgow programme. These include:

Brett Bloom and Ximena Alarcon
Mele Broomes

Taru Elfving
HIAP (Helsinki International Artist Programme)
Interfaces for Empathy
Mari Keski-Korsu

Peter McMaster

Richard Skelton

Scottish Sculpture Workshop

You can download a PDF of the Reading Lists here: FiR Edge Effects Reading Lists

This library is shape shifting, evolving and open to suggestions for its development. Through it we aim to find ways to question knowledge hierarchy, find ways to embed lived and felt experience into it and inspire new learning experiences.

Frontiers In Retreat was organised by HIAP – Helsinki International Artist Programme in partnership with Mustarinda, Finland; Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Scotland; Interdisciplinary Art Group SERDE, Latvia; Cultural Front -GRAD, Serbia; Centre d’Art i Natura de Farrera, Spain; Skaftfell – Centre for Visual Art, Iceland; and Jutempus, Lithuania.

Frontiers in Retreat is funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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