Art

Sometimes I Disappear, Ingleby Gallery

Cindy Sherman tilts her head away from the viewer. Her lips converge in a glossy pout; her eyes are thickly bounded with eyeliner. Her entranced gaze admires the Ingleby Gallery’s ornate Victorian skylight, recently renovated, as an intimation of...

Third Base, ECA

Showing at the Edinburgh College of Art, ‘Third Base’ showcases the work the third year University of Edinburgh students have been compiling throughout this academic year. The most stunning aspect upon entering is the sheer diversity of the work...

Senga Nengudi, Fruitmarket Gallery

Senga Nengudi, an African-American visual artist from Chicago, has teamed up with the Henry Moore Institute to have previous exhibitions displayed anew in a singular space here in Edinburgh. Her retrospective work includes peculiar materials such as...

Landmarks by Transient, Patriothall Gallery

The half an hour stroll from the university’s central campus to see Landmarks was truly worth it. Hidden in one of the courtyards of the marvellous Stockbridge, Landmarks was the inaugural exhibition of the collective Transient, connecting six...

Robots, National Museum of Scotland

Museums are places where the past remains, just fragmented, in the present moment, and yet robotics discovers new limits about future possibilities and aspirations. It is blending the past, present and future that makes Robots so enchanting. The...

LINK Party, Fruitmarket Gallery

After two weeks of events and creativity, on February 24 The Fruitmarket Gallery hosted a closing party to celebrate and reflect on togetherness through an array of entertaining activities. Besides being over-excited and trying to walk in before the...

The Student Newspaper 2016