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Adam's Apple - Limited Edition 1 of 7 Photograph

Andy Cumming

United Kingdom

Photography, Color on Other

Size: 19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.1 D in

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‘Adam Linklater: Mythopoeia’ is Andy’s most recent and ambitious work to date. Exhibited as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival programme in 2018. This multi-layered and multimedia exhibition was the result of a 4 year project where Andy explored the role of Artist as myth-maker in the age of the internet conspiracy theory. This Photo titled ‘Adam's Apple’ was taken in-between performing at the Ring of Brodgar on Orkney. For those more interested in this work can look at Adam Linklater facebook page that documented the evolution of this work at https://www.facebook.com/adamlinklateroccultartist/

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Photography:Color on Other

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:7

Size:19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.1 D in

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Andy Cumming is a multidiscipline artist experienced in Printmaking, mixed media painting, film and sound. Having won two prestigious printmaking awards at the New Contemporaries in 2010 Andy decided to push his creativity in new directions. Initially inspired by ideas of tacit knowledge, the origins of creativity and the intuitive way children make art, he then expanded his practice to incorporate video projections and circuit-bending performances during his time studying for his masters in Contemporary Art Practice at Edinburgh College of Art. These explorations of using technology as an immersive experience- continued his interest in exploring new realities via installation and conceptual work. ‘Adam Linklater: Mythopoeia’ is Andy’s most recent and ambitious work. Exhibited as part of the Edinburgh Art Festival in 2018. This multi-layered exhibition involving film, collage, performance and photography was the result of a four-year project where Andy explored the role of artist as mythmaker in the age of the internet conspiracy theory. “My work deals with many different themes from the origins of creativity with the understanding of inherent and embedded knowledge, to the study of human behaviour and the social sciences. I am also interested on the effect that the Internet is having on our learning. Having unlimited access to knowledge on every possible subject is an amazing thing but it also opens us up to false and or conflicting information, adding to an ever increasing mistrust of our governments and the education we are taught at school. I find interest in many things but I also enjoy the process of allowing the chance mark, inspire the form/idea allowing my Tacit knowledge in many ways take over. …If I could neatly sum-up what my practice is about then I would say it is about the exploration of realities and our perceptions of them. Andy Cumming 2018 Andy was selected early on in his career to exhibit at the prestigious Royal Scottish Academy’s “New Contemporaries Exhibition in 2010” at which he was awarded both the ‘Royal Scottish Academy and Edinburgh Printmaking prizes. Andy also has work held at the renowned Stirling University Art collection. www.andycummingsite.com

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