• Rosalind Nashashibi, still from Part One: Where there is a joyous mood, there a comrade will appear to share a glass of wine, 2018, HD video. Courtesy of the artist and Edinburgh Art Festival through the PLACE Programme
  • Rosalind Nashashibi, still from Part Two: The moon nearly at the full. The team horse goes astray, 2019, HD video. Courtesy of the artist and Edinburgh Art Festival through the PLACE Programme
  • Rosalind Nashashibi, still from Vivian’s Garden, 2017, HD video transferred from 16mm. Courtesy of the artist and LUX
  • Rosalind Nashashibi, still from Electrical Gaza, 2015, HD video transferred from 16mm. Photography Emma Dalesman. Courtesy of the artist and LUX
  • Ruth Laskey, Twill Weave Grid (Sanguine/Viridian Green/Indian Yellow/Colbalt Blue), 2015 (detail), colour softground etching. Courtesy of the artist, Paulson Fontaine Press and Ratio 3, San Francisco
  • Aleana Egan, made boats, 2017, (detail) card, tape, ModRoc bandages, Jesmonite, pigment. Courtesy of the artist and Kerlin Gallery, Dublin
  • Rana Begum, No. 704 Painting, 2017 (detail), acrylic paint on mdf. Courtesy of the artist and Kate Macgarry, London
  • Claire Barclay, Unearthing 1-6, 2015 (detail), set of six relief prints. Courtesy of the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London
  • Alison Turnbull, London XX, from Drawing Table (2016) (detail), ink, graphite, paper, mdf, Perspex. Courtesy of the artist and Matt’s Gallery, London

Located in rural south west Scotland, CAMPLE LINE is an independent arts organisation dedicated to presenting contemporary art and film of international scope for residents of the region and visitors from further afield

This autumn we are open Sat 12 October-Sat 14 December 
Thurs-Sat, 11am-5pm
Or by appointment 

On the final day of From narrow provinces we are delighted to be screening artist Alison Turnbull’s new film Point Patterns (2019, 15mins). Filmed by Hugo Glendinning, Point Patterns developed out of conversations between Turnbull and theoretical physicist Dr Elsa Arcaute and brings together a mathematical analysis of the street network of London and the creative disciplines of drawing and dance. Sat 14 Dec, throughout the day.

From narrow provinces brings together work by five artists whose respective practices take distinct approaches to materials, colour, shapes and structure, and operate in compelling junctures between painting and textiles, sculpture and architecture. Includes works by Ruth Laskey, Aleana Egan, Rana Begum, Claire Barclay and Alison Turnbull.

This autumn we are delighted to be screening a season of recent films by Rosalind Nashashibi, beginning with a new two-part film work by Nashashibi, commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival and presented at Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in summer 2019, and also including Nashashibi’s recent films Electrical Gaza (2015,17 mins) and Vivian’s Garden (2017, 30mins). 

We are a Scottish charitable incorporated organisation
Our charity number is SC047031

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