TENT Gallery, Edinburgh: Falling

16 – 27  July 2012

Viewing: 14 July 2012, 18-20:00pm

‘Falling’ is a two-week exhibition of contemporary art that explores
the multifaceted concept of imbalance and falling as a fluid
mechanism.  The curators aimed to present the theme in an expanded
sense through literal processes, political evaluation and figurative

‘”Falling” simultaneously evokes a dramatic sense of both exhilaration
and anxiety,’ says Breann DeCoste, co-curator of ‘Falling’.  ‘It is
inherently subject to diverse interpretations that not only reflect on
the external environment of contemporary society, but are also
relatable to the internal struggles and successes that we all face as

The exhibition will showcase the work of emerging and established
British and international artists working in a variety of media,
including Hans Clausen, Claudia de la Peña, Clare Flatley, Sarah
Gittins, Robert Pereira Hind, Darius Kowal, Geri Loup Nolan, Alex
Oleksyn, Tim Sandys, Beth Shapeero, and Eva Ullrich.

According to Co-curator Elizabeth Lyne, the exhibition was envisaged
as a platform to highlight contemporary, material-based practices in
relation to a multilateral theme.  ‘The works we are showing invite
the viewer to respond with both immediacy and reflective engagement.’


‘Falling’ is a free exhibition at the TENT Gallery that will run from
9am-5pm, Monday-Friday.  A private viewing and opening reception will
be held from 6pm-8pm on Saturday, 14 July 2012.

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*****The TENT Gallery and Studio is based just west of bustling
Grassmarket in Evolution House, Edinburgh College of Art’s 78 West
Port, EH1 2LE location.  The gallery’s large front windows will remain
open to the street for gallery visitors and curious pedestrians to
view the show 24/7.  The Edinburgh College of Art merged with the
University of Edinburgh’s School of Arts, Culture and Environment on 1
August 2011.*****