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Terra Infirma by Natalie Taylor

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Environmental artist Natalie Taylor (b 1971) from Edinburgh has been working with local people to shed light on a substance most take for granted. Using microscopes at ASCUS laboratory to study and photograph soil organisms from collected soil samples, creating paint with the soils and using soil images to create work. Natalie presents her art alongside collaborative pieces made with the community in embroidery, poetry and ceramics, whilst exploring the role soil plays in our quest to rebalance the planet.

Open daily 1pm to 5pm

Events and workshops taking place while the exhibition is taking place:
Wednesday 8 June – 7pm
For the Love of Soil – Conversations

Wednesday 15 June – 7pm
In Our Hands – Film showing (part of Civic Week)

Friday 17 June – timeslots from 1pm
Secrets of Soil – soil microscopy and art workshop

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June 4 @ 1:00 pm
June 26 @ 5:00 pm
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North Light Arts
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Dunbar Town House Museum and Gallery
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Dunbar, EH42 1ER
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