Look Again Visual Arts and Design Festival: Record Store | Group Show

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Abstract

‘Record Store’ is a project curated by visual artists Chris Biddlecombe and Janie Nicoll, aka Obstacle Soup, in collaboration with 36 artists from across Scotland, for whom being in bands, DJ-ing and collecting music has been pivotal to their artistic practice. The project, part exhibition, part fantasy record shop, explores and celebrates the fertile cross-pollination between visual arts and music that has so influenced Scotland’s cultural scene, and in which independent record stores have played such an important historical role. Including new works by 12 invited artists from the Northeast, ‘Record Store’ will be shown at Seventeen, the creative hub and exhibition space in Belmont Street that was formerly the much loved One Up Records.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 27 Apr 2017

Keywords

  • ART, GROUP SHOW
  • Festival
  • DESIGN
  • Music performance; music perception, auditory identification, audiovisual integration, non-verbal communication.

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