Eastern Surf

Eastern Surf: Ana Kuzmanic, Francesca Nobilucci, Ewan Sinclair and Shona Macnaughton

Period of residency: February 2nd – 16th

Eastern Surf live and work in Brussels, Zagreb, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The core collective permanently consists of Ana Kuzmanic, Francesca Nobilucci, Ewan Sinclair and Shona Macnaughton. They met whilst studying together on the MFA at Edinburgh College of Art and have officially worked together as Eastern Surf since 2011 alongside pursuing their own separate practices. During the past few years they have organised, produced and participated in a number of projects. These have ranged from exhibitions, performances, video, sculpture, publications to web based work, that take place in sites where gentrification is in process, while looking at the digital representation of its new architecture and lifestyle, its online and billboard identity in advertising. They tests the parameters of the “public” and how people are permitted to interact with such spaces. The work is a proposition towards a reclaiming of space as one might experience it now; fragmented, connected, controlled, online, offline, and the line between public and private diminished.

Recent exhibitions include:

Society: Architecture/Public Space, Presentation for Lunch Bytes, CCA, Glasgow, UK (2014); How Near is Here?  Workshop and performance for Symposium and Intensive Programme on Locality, Collective, Edinburgh, UK, (2014); TORINOver 2012, Museo d’Arte Orientale, Turin, Italy; Monitor Metro Station of Torino, Turin, Italy; Stills – Scotland’s Centre for Photography, Edinburgh, UK; Centralna Postaja, Maribor, Slovenia; WOLFART PROJECT SPACE, NAC Foundation, Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Librairie Mollat, Bordeaux, France; The Office contemporary art space affair, Castello di Ali Pashe Tepelena, Tirana, Albania; Patricia Fleming Projects, Glasgow, UK (2012); The Mutual Charter, Various venues, Glasgow International Festival, UK (2012); “Kernel Panic Control”, Galzenica Gallery, Velica Gorica, Zagreb, Croatia (2012); “Towards Enclosure”, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, UK (2012); Real world models that know where they are, Rhubaba Studios and Gallery, Edinburgh, UK (2011)



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