Lost Congregation: Performance
Sat 15 July 2023
As part of Pinkie Maclure's Lost Congregation, Pinkie is performing a series of live performances within the gallery space. Like a member of a lost congregation, Pinkie will sing original songs, laments and chants, manipulated in 3D by sound scenographer John Wills, creating an atmosphere of windswept longing and hope.
July 15 | 5pm
August 5 | 5pm
Closing performance September 9 | 5pm
Pinkie Maclure is an award-winning contemporary artist specialising in stained glass and song. She is intrigued by the cracked anarchy of medieval stained glass and the links it offers us between past and present. She has co-written ten albums of music with musician and sound designer John Wills.
Her work is in the collection of the National Museum of Scotland and recent exhibitions include Homo Faber (Venice), Collect (London), the Outsider Art Fair (New York) and the John Ruskin Prize (Manchester).
Pinkie has been the recipient of a number of awards, including the Sequested Prize, John Byrne Prize, Zealous Craft Prize and Jerwood Makers.