Between Us And is open at EMBASSY, Edinburgh until July 1st. Join us today at 2PM for presentations by featured artists Kate Fahey and Marianne Keating.

Kate Fahey works across the boundaries of various mediums including moving images, sound, stills, sculpture, and installation, her practice explores our relationship with images through contemporary screen based perspectives, aerial, satellite and elevated (drones eye) views, particularly through the technological hard and softwares of encounter. Focusing on imagery predominantly appropriated from YouTube, her multidisciplinary fine art practice engages with the surface and materiality of the aerial image, employing metafictional and subjective approaches to disrupt their habitual modes of spectatorship online.

Currently, she is an AHRC funded practice based PhD candidate at the University of the Arts, London, artist in residence at Lewisham Arthouse. She is a recent recipient of the Mead Residency Award to the British School at Rome (2017). Upcoming projects include Repetitive Strain (solo) at Lewisham Arthouse and an Artists’ Exhibition Residency at Leitrim Sculpture Centre (2018). She lives and works in Peckham.

Marianne Keating is currently a PhD candidate in the Visual and Material Culture & Contemporary Art Practice Research Centre, Kingston University London (2016- 2020), funded by Kingston University, KSA Studentship Award and a AHRC TECHNE Associate. She graduated with an MA in Print from the Royal College of Art, London 2013 and BA in Fine Art from Limerick School of Art and Design, Ireland in 2002.

She has exhibited extensively including exhibitions in London, Paris, New York, Melbourne and Shanghai. Recent exhibitions include a range of solo and group exhibitions including: Landlessness, StudioRCA, London UK (2017), Unstable Monuments, Cornwall, UK (2016), 中外艺术家作品联展开幕, Hangzhou, China (2014), and In Search for Trevor Owen, Montego Bay, Jamaica (2013). Upcoming exhibitions in include Bloomberg New Contemporaries at the Liverpool Biennial 2018 and South London Gallery.

Above: Repetitive Strain, multi-channel video with stereo sound, Thinkpads. Kate Fahey, 2018


Kindly supported by Culture Ireland and The Arts Council of Northern Ireland.


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