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Scott Laverie

Stephen Murray

 

Wrought, Raised n' Forged

11th Feb -4th Mar 2006

The greasy column sits atop of their shoulders. They oblige but not without retching:

we hold aloft, we hold aloft
we are holding it aloft

Medallions sit on the walls, the face and the horns.

S.M

Stephen Murray
Stephen Murray - We Hold Aloft


Stephen Murray
Stephen Murray - My Father He Ate Me But Still I Conquered

 

Stephen Murray
Stephen Murray - My Father He Ate Me But Still I Conquered

 

Heaving onwards with his monument from a new age trundling in tow. Determined not to perish in the jungle that crept from this era of liberation; he embarks upon a quest: pursuing knowledge through the reactivation of old methods, naively hoping his regressive investigations will lead to the forgotten promises of a better future.

S.L

 

Scott Laverie
Scott Laverie - Observation Post

Scott Laverie
Scott Laverie - Observation Post (detail)

 

 

Stephen Murray

In Summer 2005, The Scottish Sculpture Workshop and The Embassy came together to offer two residencies to artists from The Embassy’s membership. The two successful applicants, Scott Laverie and Stephen Murray, spent five weeks at the SSW in Lumsden, Aberdeenshire, during August. Wrought, Raised ‘n’ Forged is the product of their time spent there.

For more information on The Scottish Sculpture Workshop visit: www.ssw.org.uk

 

 

 

Scott Laverie Stephen Murray