Tim Fitzpatrick is an installation artist based in North East Fife and a founder member of the Fife based arts project The Red Field. In 2017 he was awarded a Development Programme bursary as part of the VACMA Fife scheme. He has used this funding to develop work that combines art and science – with some amazing results!
On Friday 9 February 2018, 2-3pm, as part of the events connected to Kate Scardifield’s exhibition ‘Ley Lines’ in St Andrews Museum, Tim will give an artist talk about his collaboration with astronomer Anne-Marie Weijmans for ‘Shine: code for everything’ – now in its third year. He will talk about the subsequent connections to a wider community of scientists and how that has led to new directions in his work and his appointment as artist in residence for the Sloan Digital Sky Survey based at the Apache Point Telescope in New Mexico, USA.
This event is aimed at artists and due to the size of venue, there is only space for 15. The event is free (and followed by refreshments!), but places should be booked in advance. To do so, please complete the online form below. If you have any problems, contact us or phone 01334 474610. You should receive booking confirmation from Fife Contemporary shortly after booking. If you don’t, please get in touch!
Bookings close on Wednesday 7 February 2018 at 5pm.
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