• Karen Cunningham, detail of 'Contextural' 2018. Part of 'Deploying Culture', solo exhibition 24 March - 5 May 2018. Image: Mike Bolam. Courtesy of Karen Cunningham.
  • Karen Cunningham, detail of 'Substance of We Feeling (Interrupted processes and the endless return of matter' 2018. Part of 'Deploying Culture', solo exhibition 24 March - 5 May 2018. Image: Mike Bolam. Courtesy of Karen Cunningham.
  • Karen Cunningham Deploying Culture, solo exhibition 24 March - 5 May 2018. Image: Substance of We Feeling (analysand), 2013, exhibited in the solo show ‘Plasma’ at Walden Affairs Gallery, The Hague. Courtesy of Karen Cunningham. Detail view
  • Karen Cunningham Deploying Culture, solo exhibition 24 March - 5 May 2018. Image: Movable Type: Under Erasure, 2016, HD film still. Courtesy of Karen Cunningham
  • Our Young Assistants Programme underway at the opening of Karen Cunningham's exhibition Deploying Culture 24 March 2018, with Grace Jones and Chloe Ackland (centre left and right)
  • Image: Mike Bolam
  • Charlie Hammond cinema posters. And Now For Something Different | screenings over three weekends, June-Aug 2017. Courtesy of Charlie Hammond
  • Lorna Macintyre, Spolia, solo exhibition, March-April 2017. Image: Mike Bolam. Courtesy of Lorna Macintyre
  • Image: Mike Bolam
  • Image: Mike Bolam
  • Image: Alice Stilgoe
  • Stan Brakhage, 16mm screening of The Wonder Ring, 1955. Image: Aidan Kennedy

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

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

 

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CAMPLE LINE is delighted to host Deploying Culture, a solo exhibition by artist Karen Cunningham that brings together three works: two new installations made for our upstairs space and a recent moving image work Movable Type; Under Erasure, 2016, which will be shown in our downstairs screening space.

The two new installations that Cunningham has made at Cample include no less than twenty-six material elements between them. The selection and anticipated combinations of those materials have been a primary focus for her. The sources of those materials include commercial suppliers, recycling companies, as well as local businesses Thomas Tosh and Drumlanrig Cafe, electrician Mark Vernon, and the staff and pupils at both Penpont Primary School and Wallace Hall Primary School.

The exhibition will be open Thurs-Sat, 10am-4pm
Thursday 29 March – Sat 5 May 2018
FREE

We will be delighted to welcome Karen back on Sunday 6 May for a closing talk and Q&A with Dr Dominic Paterson, University of Glasgow.

 

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