Moray Art Centre would like to invite you to Robert Powell’s exhibition Conference for Chrononauts, with supporting artist Gillian Neish. Come and explore the arcane and the speculative unearthed through printmaking and collage. Moray Art Centre is open Friday – Sunday 10am – 4pm.

Edinburgh based artist Robert Powell employs an encyclopedic exploration of the philosophical concepts and conundrums of time-travel. Science hasn’t yet come up with a way to travel through time, but the philosophy of time travel makes sure that all the intellectual problems have been thoroughly thought through for when it does. His unique artistic voice occupies a place where art meets science and history – by blending the line between the past, present and future through uncanny utopian imagery.

Using drawing and writing, Moray based artist Gillian Neish uses a speculative approach to make sense of the world around her. Her collaborations are often interdisciplinary, working with scientists & medical practitioners to realise creative art projects. Her artist books and works on paper have exhibited in group shows internationally. She has also had solo exhibitions in Leeds, Wakefield, Devizes, Orkney, and Moray.

About MAC

Moray Art Centre is a registered charity (SC028270), located in Findhorn. The charity is dedicated to highlighting the diverse range of creatives in the North East of Scotland and making art accessible for all. Community building and networking are extremely important to MAC, creating a resource that the wider community can benefit from.

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