Ley Lines Launch at St Andrews Museum

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West Kilbride Museum Collection. Photograph by Alan Dimmick
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Live Borders Collection. Photograph by Alan Dimmick

Ley Lines touring exhibition

Ley Lines presents a series of new works by Australian artist Kate Scardifield, including textiles, sculpture and video, made in response to selected objects and fragments held within seven of Scotland’s local collections and archives.

Kate Scardifield’s first solo exhibition in Scotland, Ley Lines is developed in response to a research residency by the artist across a number of Scotland’s local collections and archives during 2016. The exhibition opens at St Andrews Museum on 2 December 2017 and tours to Hawick and Falkirk during 2018.

St Andrews Museum / 2 December 2017- 3 March 2018

Scott Gallery, Hawick Museum / 23 March - 18 May 2018

The Park Gallery, Callander House / 25 August - 21 October 2018

Produced by Panel in partnership with Heriot Watt University; Live Borders; Fife Contemporary; Co Create (Maggie Broadley); Falkirk Community Trust and supported in kind by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences Sydney, Ley Lines presents a major new commission by Australian artist Kate Scardifield in Scotland. Ley Lines is kindly supported through Creative Scotland’s Open Fund.