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EIDOLON MONOGRAPH | An Art Project By Beverley Hood.  
A monograph was published in August, to accompany the presentation of the Eidolon live performance and video installation, at the Edinburgh Art Festival. With essays by Nicola White and Marina Warner, photography by Alicia BruceEmma Bowen and Lindsay Perth, and design by Marco Scerri, it features performers Freya Jeffs, Pauline Goldsmith, Robert Stanley Pattison and Magnus Sinding Hølvold. 
The Eidolon monograph is now available at Streetlevel Photoworks and the Fruitmarket Gallery bookshop.

THE ISLAND IS FULL OF NOISES | Presenting new video projections created for devised theatre performance at Scottish Youth TheatreJunior Summer Course. Collaborative video work made with the young people and drama specialists - Kirsty Malone, Kat Wilson and Sarah Rose Graber.
Summer Courses is Scottish Youth Theatre’s flagship event and will celebrate its 40th year in 2016. Intensive performance courses allowing young people to build on their personal, social and performance skills in a professional theatre environment.

SONIC LANTERN, TENDER BUTTONS | with Robert Baldock, Sharon Quigley
 

The Sonic Lantern re-imagines the magic lantern for the age of electronics. It’s a multi-viewpoint, analogue story-telling system which explores the intersections between theatre, cinema and video art and which allows performers to spontaneously create dramatic visual responses to sonic source material. This sound source is not just used to inform the performer’s response, however. It also plays a direct role in the performance as it is used to modulate the visual aspects of the system.
Presenting new work, an audio visual interpretation/ live performance of Gertrude Stein's, Tender Buttons with readings by Rainoir Clark, Seeing Sound 4, Bath Spa University.

THE DRAWING ROOM | 3D participatory drawing session with Sharon Quigley,
The Drawing Room is an informal, artist-led drawing session held monthly at the Gallery of Modern Art. Each session is developed by a contemporary artist and is inspired by an aspect of the modern collection whilst reflecting concerns within each artists own work. The Drawing Room examines the range of possibilities within contemporary drawing practice and explores how mark-making can also be conceived as sculpture, installation, video, performance, writing, sound, textiles and animation.