David Shrigley features in the touring group exhibition 'Lines from Scotland'
The art of Scottish drawing is celebrated in 'Lines from Scotland', a group exhibition featuring three generations of painters, sculptors, textile designers, musicians and makers including rarely seen works by Elizabeth Blackadder, Andy Goldsworthy, Dorothy Hogg, David Shrigley and Inge Thomson among others.
The exhibition is curated by Amanda Game in collaboration with Diana Sykes of Fife Contemporary. Click here to gain 'insights to complement' 'Lines from Scotland' at Fife Contemporary's Virtual Venue.
The exhibition includes British artist David Shrigley's 'Life behind the Scenes', an animation commissioned by textile company, Pringle of Scotland. In 2009, Pringle invited artists, fashion designers, industrial designers, architects, art institutions and select retailers to reflect on Pringle’s knitwear heritage. Creations were produced in a limited edition of 195 pieces: a Pringle temporary store in London was curated by the Serpentine Gallery (February–September 2010) to showcase the collaborations. Proceeds of sales were donated to art institutions invited by the Serpentine Gallery. Shrigley was further invited to create this animated film in colour, which was launched at the AW10 menswear collection launch at Corso & Como Milan, Italy, in January 2010.