‘mine’ - Jane Brettle - visual artist and Robin Mason - musician
An image/text and sound work relating to place, time and land.

'mine’ is a two-screen work progressed over several years in relation to two mining locations: a coal mining area of Lothian and a tin mining area of Cornwall. The work views these once ravaged but currently compelling post-industrial sites with reference to their history and their future. Developed in collaboration, the visual elements of the work are linked by a single soundtrack that unites the landscapes; considering the way in which sound/music - in relation to image/ text - affect meaning.

New Music Week
The Laidlaw Music Centre
The University of St Andrews
Queens Terrace
St Andrews
KY16 9QF

Wednesday 2nd - Wednesday 9th February 2022 (installation of work)
All Day - Stuart and Geraldine Mitchell Reading Room

Wednesday 2nd February (presentation with live performance of the music)
14.30 - McPherson Recital Room

Admission FREE to both the installation and the presentation

‘mine’ will be exhibited at MOTE102 Ferry Road, Edinburgh in April 2022 - further details to be published nearer the time.

Financially supported by Help Musicians UK (Fusion Fund), the Hope Scott Trust and the University of St Andrews

Image Caption

© Jane Brettle

  • Venue

    The Laidlaw Music Centre

  • Address

    Queen's Terrace, St Andrews KY16 9QF, UK