• Edinburgh city centre to be transformed by Bruce Munro exhibition

    Field of Light, by Bruce Munro, will make its debut appearance in Scotland next month. His iconic optical fibre based installation will be exhibited within Edinburgh’s St Andrew Square from 3 February to 27 April 2014.

    This is the first time Field of Light has been exhibited in an urban context, the piece has been conceived to create an immersive experience, inviting people to wander through St Andrew Square along the existing pathways and view the space in a new way.

    Of the opportunity to present his artwork within Edinburgh, Munro said: “The Field of Light is a bit of a chameleon in that the space changes the work more than the work changes the space. This is an added bonus for me because each new iteration we create delivers new surprises and gives one the distinct feeling that there is life force pulsating within the installation”.

    The exhibition, which is free to view, is being funded by the City of Edinburgh Council with support from Marketing Edinburgh and Essential Edinburgh.

    For more information visit the City of Edinburgh Council website.

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  • Popular Bruce Munro sculpture to remain on display at Cheekwood until 2016

    Bell Chandelier was a signature piece in the collection of light-based artworks by Bruce Munro exhibited last year at Cheekwood. We can now announce that the artwork will remain on display within the Rotunda of the historic Cheekwood Mansion until 2016. On the subject of the extended loan of the piece Munro says “creating an exhibition is all about developing a special connection with a place, for me, the fact that Bell Chandelier will remain at Cheekwood is the continuation of a great relationship with both the place itself and the people’.  The news has been well received around Nashville and reported in the local press.

     Bell Chandelier 2013 by Bruce Munro

    Bell Chandelier 2013 by Bruce Munro