Kate Robinson, 'Moot'

1 — 31 July 2023

Kate Robinson, ‘Moot’, 2020. Courtesy of the artist.

Our landscapes are scattered with ancient moot hills where people used to gather so justice could be seen to be done in the open, illustrating the famous modern idea that all real living is meeting’. Using earth from a moot hill in Govan, Moot’ brings together young and older people, recreating ancient and modern forms of democracy and protest. Moot’ shows the power of earth brings hope.

Kate Robinson

Kate Robinson is a visual artist and writer working in film and performance. Recent work includes sculptural gates at the centre of the Traquair House Maze; a public memorial sculpture of a Scottish dye-worker; Artist Aid for Ukraine; and texts published in Scottish Review and the Tblisi Architecture Biennial.

Image description: Bright green grass from above with the words EVERYMAN and BELIEF on top in bright orange and pink chalk.

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