Kirsty Whiten

Kirsty Whiten

Kirsty Whiten The Three Fates Researching and developing imagery from the fates of myth and legend, Kirsty Whiten made a series of drawings specifically for the festival, which were reproduced as giant ‘paste-ups’. The Fates – also known as furies when displeased, and...
Jenny Smith

Jenny Smith

Jenny Smith What is the most important decision you have made? Jenny Smith’s site specific work, “What is the most important decision you have made?” was developed through a series of workshops with children at Cupar’s Castlehill Primary School. Collecting their...
Kenny Bean

Kenny Bean

Kenny Bean Tempting Fate A video projection on the steeple of St John’s Church was based on a visual study of the River Eden, which flows through the town, interspersed with underwater footage which was filmed with swimming attendants at the local leisure centre. The...
Caroline Dear

Caroline Dear

Caroline Dear The Cupar Coat A coat of good luck, made from Bog Myrtle, was created by Caroline Dear and worn by the community of Cupar throughout the 2013 Cupar Arts Festival . The coat passed from person to person with instructions sewn into the lining about how to...
Carolyn Scott

Carolyn Scott

Carolyn Scott Inside One time Champion body builder, Michele Caira became a student of Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee University, graduating in 2009. He enrolled on The Master of Fine Art Programme at the same university the following year...