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This is a project commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival (EAF) as one of 10 new commissions for the 2013 festival.Founded in 2004, Edinburgh Art Festival is Scotland’s largest annual celebration of visual art. Uniquely, the festival offers the chance to experience the best contemporary Scottish artists in the context of exhibitions of the most important International artists and movements of the 20th Century and historical periods.\ud Attracting over 250,000 visits each year, Edinburgh Art Festival brings together the capital’s leading galleries, museums and artist-run spaces, alongside new public art commissions and an innovative programme of special events. The vast majority of the festival is free to attend. \ud "Real Life and How to Live it in Auld Reekie" is a series of nearly 45,000 public and printed works in many different locations around the city. \ud Real Life Parledonia - This was an afternoon event at Edinburgh College of Art where the EAF asked me to curate an event which would kick start the festival. I invited 12 artists/writers/performers to contribute to a live event where I also performed. There was a booklet published to accompany this event where I wrote an essay which reflected on the contributers and the festival theme of 'Parley'. The contributers were, Prof. Raymond MacDonald, Maria Fusco, Ewan Morrison, Hanna Tuulikki, Romany Dear/Dominic Paterson, Florin-Alen Mocanu, Phoebe Amis,Amy Pickles, Chris Silver, Kenyersel, Birthe Jorgenson, Krijn De Koning.
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