7 December - 26 January
Preview: Friday 6 December, 5-7pm
Goldin+Senneby with Rob Drummond (playwright), Mark Jeary (actor), Philip Grant (anthropologist and former equity fund manager), Donald MacKenzie (sociologist), Anna Heymowska (set designer), and Ybodon (computer scientist).
Anti-VWAP is part of a series of new productions explicitly utilising the infrastructure supporting exhibitions, such as staff, funding, and administrative supports, to develop algorithmic trading models.
Anti-VWAP features a commissioned, speculative theatrical script, which will be performed on a daily basis and the development of a new algorithmic trading model to be tested in the financial markets of today. In the interplay between these two modes of speculation, the work gives itself over to the mysterious forces of capital that it simultaneously stages in the gallery.
Preview sponsored by AnCnoc Single Malt Whisky
We'll be making a hot whisky cocktail to keep the chill away.
All Sided Games
Edinburgh 2013 | Glasgow 2014
All Sided Games is a series of off-site commissions, placing contemporary artists in sporting venues built or used for the Edinburgh 1970 and 1986 Commonwealth Games and in venues to be used in the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014.
All Sided Games builds on Collective’s pioneering work connecting artists and communities, and draws people together to make work of mutual interest.
This year the focus is on Edinburgh, with artist Mitch Miller working on a new series of Dialectograms in Piershill and Meadowbank and Stockholm-based Jacob Dahlgren's project no conflict, no irony (I love the whole world). We will complete this part of the programme with Spanish artist Cristina Lucas developing a new project in the city.
In 2014 All Sided Games will move across the central belt of Scotland to present projects in Glasgow during the Commonwealth Games year. Plans include London based Nils Norman delivering a Play Summit and Florrie James making a new filmwork.
To keep in touch visit our facebook page.
This is an exciting opportunity to join the Collective Gallery team in the new venue on Calton Hill.
We are looking for people with a genuine interest in, and knowledge of, contemporary art, a friendly, confident manner and an ability to talk about complex ideas in a clear way. Gallery Assistants will be focussed on providing information to the public about the organisation and our programme of exhibitions, events, audio guides and off-site projects.
Visit our Jobs page to download a full job description and application form.
11 December 2013
Week commencing 16 December 2013
Preferred start date:
16 January 2014
We have moved
Collective has moved to a new venue at the City Observatory complex on Calton Hill.
Our new phone number is ++44 (0)131 556 1264.
For deliveries or disabled access please call us on the number above or 07455184253.
The gate to access Calton Hill by road is located off Regent Road.
The gallery on Cockburn Street is now closed. We are open in new accommodation on Calton Hill with a full programme while we redevelop the City Observatory buildings. The City Dome is due to open from January 2014 and we aim to redevelop and open the rest of the site by January 2016.