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Curiosity Cabinet

Nick Millar


St Andrews Town Foyer

Fife Contemporary Art & Craft

The Town Hall, Queen's Garden St Andrews

Dec 8 2007 - Jan 30 2008

Woodmill High School Shields Road Dunfermline

Sept 10th - 28th 2007

Vacant Shop 26 Bruce Street, Dunfermline -

August 28th – 30th 2007 - 11am - 4pm


SEE EYE (Collaborative Interventions)

Art event – Free to the public

Artist in Abbeyview Nicola Atkinson Does Fly has collaborated with carpenter Nick Millar, artists Hanna Tuulikki, Carol Lambie and Karen Vaughan, musician Stevie Jackson, cultural broker Ben Spencer and writers Michael Wilson and Chris Hladowski to produce a series of works that address the issues currently faced by the people of Abbeyview looking to the past, present, and future.

Housed in Nick Millar’s magic creation of the Curiosity Cabinet, is the recreation of the SEE EYE EVENT in miniature. He has pulled together all the nine art works shown in the Allan Crescent flats in March 2007 into one portable experience. The furniture of the 1950’s and 80’s were found in charity shops in Dunfermline: a dresser, a bureau, a record player, a bar, a stool and a standard lamp crashing together at all angles to form the work. The SEE EYE artists have also selected 18 interesting and quirky books to be housed within the Curiosity Cabinet.

The Curiosity Cabinet is a dynamic, energetic piece that will grab the attention and pull one towards it to discover its secrets. There will be buttons to press, cupboards to open, drawers to pull and lights to illuminate, all tempting you to interact and enjoy.

The unveiling was in a vacant shop on 26 Bruce Street, Dunfermline on Saturday August 25th at 3pm. With Stevie Jackson, from Belle and Sebastian, performing live his two songs “Bird’s Eye View” & “The Electric Box” that he composed for Abbeyview.

For more info please visit Nicola Atkinson Does Fly weekly blog THE FLY & THE LAMB -ABBEYVIEW WEEKLY BLOG and other art projects in Abbeyview.




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