The top third of the image shows the bright reflections on the glass of window of the noses and tails of three parked cars on either side of a road of the road next to the gallery space. From the base of the image, oily-rainbow-patterned black fabric sweeps upwards, disappearing into a transparent gauze, its rainbow slick colours licking over the nearest reflected car. Two yellow ribbons drape, solid, from the top right corner to the bottom and left sides, dividing the image in three. It’s unclear at first if we're looking out or looking in.

Edinburgh Art Festival Visual Description Event: Inverted Streets descriptive tour and workshop

Audio described in-house.

Edinburgh Art Festival’s next visual description event  focusses on the collaborative work of Juliana Capes and Alice Betts, which is currently on show at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s Hawthornvale Space in an exhibition called Inverted Streets. The installation stems from the artists shared interest in the urban environment and how beauty, work, weather, poetics and disruption figure within our lives.

Juliana will lead a descriptive tour of the exhibition from a street-side view on Hawthornvale. This will be followed by a short workshop with Alice, exploring ideas within her video and projection work.

Image description: The top third of the image shows the bright reflections on the glass of window of the noses and tails of three parked cars on either side of a road of the road next to the gallery space. From the base of the image, oily-rainbow-patterned black fabric sweeps upwards, disappearing into a transparent gauze, its rainbow slick colours licking over the nearest reflected car. Two yellow ribbons drape, solid, from the top right corner to the bottom and left sides, dividing the image in three. It’s unclear at first if we’re looking out or looking in.

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Venue

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

21 HawthornvaleNewhavenEdinburghEH6 4JT
0131 551 4490 Visit venue website