The Infinity of Eight
16 - 28 August 2022
Opening Night: 16 August 6 - 8:30 pm
Dundas Street Gallery, 6 Dundas St., Edinburgh EH3 6HZ
Eight: The symbol of the Infinite; of ancient understandings timeless and boundless.
In this multi-sensory show, eight international artists explore the aspects of Infinity that resonate with them on a deeply personal level and influence their daily lives.
From the Physical to the Sensual, from the Cycle of Life and the Rhythms in Nature to Duality and Empowerment.
The Infinity symbol itself is within each of us via the endlessly looping strands of our DNA.
Come and explore your own relationship to the Infinite in this fascinating and thought-provoking show.
Morag Music Insta
Music Medicine Session
18 August 1:30 - 3:00 pm
Music Medicine ‘You can create harmony in your life’
In this Music Medicine workshop, we will explore the 4 elements of music and play together to relax, heal, connect, and express ourselves. Music is widely proven to make our bodies and minds healthier. It's great fun and is for everyone. Absolutely no experience is needed. Easy to play instruments, drums and percussion are all provided.
The workshop will be facilitated by Morag Innes, founder of Moving Music. Morag is a qualified Social Worker, Music Medicine practitioner and Drum circle facilitator.
Morag has over 20 years’ experience providing opportunities for individuals and communities to explore the moving power of music. She has worked with people from all walks of life and is passionate in her belief that we are all musicians. Using easy to play and unusual instruments her inclusive friendly and fun approach creates a safe space to play. Participants will be supported to grow in skills and confidence and to discover and awaken their own inner music.
Fion Power & Helen Campbell
18 August 4:00 pm
19 August 4:00 pm
20 August 1-3 pm
The human body is full of spirals! Moving in a circular, spiralling way is one of the most natural ways for the body to harmonise the innate movement inside our cells and DNA. The simple movement is beneficial for bones, joints, muscles and can be traced and enjoyed by everybody. Most importantly, it feels great!
During this workshop we will explore the movements of spiralling in connection with the Infinity sign, the figure of 8. Find out just how many spirals are endlessly taking place within the nerves and fibres of your brain and body to help you twist and balance. Take the opportunity to explore spiralling in your own body and learn how you can integrate the movement into the environment and with people around you. The session will conclude with a Spiralling Circle in which you will create a simple spiral movement in your body and pass it to the others.
The Infinity shape is a blueprint in our bodies and you will come away with a new appreciation of your own amazing physical make-up.
All ages, all abilities are welcome, seated or standing - even lying down! - Spiralling is easy, natural and open to all.
with Nicola Weir
21 August 12 noon - 1:30 pm
More info to come....
Edinburgh-based Boy:48 has been writing and recording music since 1988. His SoundCloud page has more than 200 tracks on it, and he posts new songs once a month; his nineteenth collection of tracks, Ink Traps, was released in December last year.
This will be a rare solo performance, showcasing intimate, humorous and beautiful material never heard before.
with David White
21 August Starting 2:30
with Esra Kizir Gokcen
23 August 1 - 3 pm
Duration: 2 hours
This workshop is focused on art and wellbeing. You don’t need to have great artistic skills to participate.
Participants will experience ink drawing and visual storytelling. It also includes inspirational background music, meditative drawing exercise, drawing tips, and technical support from the artist to create your own artwork.
All materials provided.
Please check https://www.esrakizirgokcen.com/365-drawings-challenge to get introduced to Esra’s meditative drawings.
Cost: An honesty box will be provided for a voluntary contribution.
Actor and Script/Screenwriter
I'm a English/Danish actress and writer based outside London. I’m thrilled to be able to show you what sorts of projects I have been up to lately, and give you a glimpse of projects I have worked on in the past.
I create work that explores social issues, everything from mental health, feminism to crime and noire.