Iron: Artefacts and Actions
This exhibition by artist Gordon Munro and Ewan Robertson explores their interest in iron as a creative sculptural material.
About Iron: Artefacts and Actions
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Gordon Munro and Ewan Robertson further explore their interest in iron as a creative sculptural material. In 2017 under the title Iron: Origins and Destinations, Munro and Robertson ran a series of events including an Exhibition, Symposium, Publication, Practice Workshops and Archival film screenings at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop. They also commissioned a short documentary film about their iron related practice and research to explore and disseminate current creative thinking on this often overlooked material. The work on show in Iron:Artefacts and Actions features some sculpture from Iron: Origins and Destinations new work has also been made that explores and responds to artefacts from Falkirk Community Trust’s extensive archive of iron and iron related objects, images and documents. The new work in iron for this show was cast locally.
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