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Friday, September 30, 2011

5th October: Geoff Lucas on HICA

The Highland Institute for Contemporary Art is in a remote location. It is however resolutely contemporary.
Geoff Lucas, co-founder with Eilidh Crumlish, will describe the process of developing an arts organisation, and the effects of that on his practice as a visual artist.

 image: "preparations"  Jeremy Miller


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1 comment:

  1. this seemed a very interesting project, though lacking in a community spirit. pretty exclusiveit seemed. It reminded me of this which is a fantastic huge scale project, which includes Alex Hartley's Nowhere island piece for the cultural olympiad.