Artists who make music Musicians who make art
A curatorial project with Ross Sinclair

show open 2nd March to 25th March

Fridays to Sundays 12 to 6pm

Aki, Dave Allen, Penny Anderson, Millie Angel, Charlotte Arnhold, Pete Astor, Alan Edward Austin, Ruth Barker, Shipsides and Beggs Projects, David Bellingham,
Claire Biddles, Ross Birrell, Bobby Bluebell, Martin Boyce, Andrew Braidwood, Jill Bryson, Roddy Buchanan, Rob Churm, David Michael Clark, Nathan Coley,
Edwyn Collins, Anne Marie Copestake, Craig Coulthard, Thomson & Craighead, Martin Creed, Alan Currall, Sushil K Dade, Sean Dickson, Amy Di Rollo, Andrew Divine, Chris Dooks, Natalie Doyle, Bill Drummond, Alan Dunn, Carla Easton, Graham Fagen, Douglas Gordon, Marianne Greated, Bob Carey Grieve, Mark Gubb, Hrafnhildur Halldórsdóttir, Michelle Hannah, Bob Hardy, Winnie Herbstein, Angus Hood, Hayley Jane Dawson, Hannan Jones, Eugene Kelly, Krysia Kordecka, Edinburgh Leisure, Derek Lodge, Raymond MacDonald, Russell MacEwan, Paul Maguire, David Mackintosh, Alicia Matthews, Iain McCall, David McClymont, Brian McFie, Andy McGregor, Richard McMaster, Mary McIntyre, Davie Miller, Kieran Clayton Milne, Jonathan Monk, Douglas Morland, Vikki Morton, Craig Mulholland, Scott Myles, John Nicol, Brendan O’Hare, Dougie Payne, Susan Philipsz, The Lonely Piper, Zexuan Qiao, Beagles & Ramsay, Baldvin Ringstead, Danny Saunders, Jack Saunders,
Peter Scott, John Shankie, David Sherry, Dave Shrigley, Becky Šik, Bob and Roberta Smith, Fiona Soe Paing, Tim Sandys, Alan Stanners, Simon Starling, Calum Stirling,
Niall Campbell Strachan, Sara Stroud, Robbie Thomson, Hanna Tuulikki, Clara Ursitti, John Vick, Martin Vincent, Jessica Voorsanger, Rachel Walker, Cathy Weir,
Snæbjörnsdóttir/Wilson, Lin Zheng

Artist Ross Sinclair curates an exhibition celebrating the intertwined relationships of his twin passions of art and music and has invited 100 like-minded practitioners to join in. These themes have been prevalent in Sinclair’s own work as an artist since he took time out of his studies at the Glasgow School of Art to become a founding member of popular Glaswegian beat combo The Soup Dragons in the mid 1980’s. Sinclair has invited 100 members from the art and music communities to submit an artwork, (irrespective of which form they are best known for) and to contribute an example of their music for a digital mix-tape that will be played in the space. Films and videos will be exhibited reflecting an eclectic mix of pop video, performance and film-work.