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Bog Myrtle and Flamethrowers

Bog Myrtle and Flamethrowers

Bog Myrtle and Flamethrowers is a new exhibition by artist and filmmaker Karel Doing. Encompassing still images, film strips and triple-projection film loops, the exhibition is part of Forage/Image, an Alchemy Film & Arts project exploring the relationship between artists, landscapes and environment.

Karel created Bog Myrtle and Flamethrowers in Hawick during a recent artist residency with Alchemy Film & Arts. Using local plants and plant-based chemistry, Karel worked with staff and volunteers from Burnfoot Community Futures and members of the Borders-based Moving Image Makers Collective.

Karel will join us for a Q&A at the exhibition opening on 27 September and the exhibition will run until 11 October, opening Wednesday – Saturday, 11am – 4pm.


September 28 @ 11:00 am
October 11 @ 4:00 pm
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Alchemy Film & Arts


53 High Street
Hawick, Scottish Borders TD9 9BP United Kingdom

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