MY VERY EASY MEMORY JINGLE SEEMS USELESS NOW is the current exhibition at Nomas* Projects featuring Andy Robertson, a graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone who is now the coordinator of the arts program for Hot Chocolate Trust in Dundee.
For this Nomas* exhibition he has made a series of print-based works about the shifting lens through which we perceive the past, present and future. The spaces between reality and imagination, known and unknown. The gallery will be in darkness each day between 5 and 7pm and after 11pm. The phosphorous prints can be seen in the dark by ‘charging’ them using a mobile phone torch.
Director of Nomas*, David McCulloch, said: “Nomas* Projects are delighted to work with Andy Robertson who brings an innovative and thoughtful consideration to artwork made for display in a windows gallery. His phosphorous prints that are activated in the dark help encourage audience engagement in a fresh way.”
Exhibition runs January 15 – March 1. But don’t miss the artist talk – Sunday, January 28 at Generator Projects, 4-5.30pm.
While you’re here, why not check out Andy Robertson’s Pecha Kucha talk?