Adaptation: Exhibition
Adaptation
at
The Collective Gallery, Edinburgh

with Banu Cennetoglu & Philippine Hoegen | Maria Fusco | Dominic Paterson | Sarah Tripp

13 October - 25 November

Preview: Friday 12 October, 7-9pm

Reading:
At 7:30pm Maria Fusco will read 'Start the Revolution Without Me: Notes on Comic Face', a lyric essay on Donald Sutherland's role in the film of the same name.

Adaptation is a phased, year-long research project initiated by Sarah Tripp with Collective. The project considers the effect that change can have on form and content – this is particularly pertinent at this a time when Collective is in its own process of adaptation, preparing to move from its current site on Cockburn Street to a new site in the City Observatory on Calton Hill during 2013.

The practitioners contributing to Adaptation all have a multi-stranded practice, which can include: photography, filmmaking, publishing, writing, teaching, appropriation, facilitation, curating, commentating, public discourse and the creation of events. Over the course of a year all the practitioners will move their chosen individual, yet linked, research projects through at least three separate forms.