IN TIME shows new work by artists Annie Cattrell, Leila Galloway and Gillian McFarland. These artists have selected works from the archive of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, to highlight the current relevance and predictive nature of her vision and practice. HARBOUR is an active research group of artists and academics, who have been in online dialogue during the recent Covid lockdowns.


The initial aim of HARBOUR has been to focus on the variety of impacts of climate change and the passage of time on the physicality of landscapes and the commensuate emotional impact through considering actual places and historical archives. For IN TIME, Cattrell, Galloway and McFarland will be exhibiting at the Trust their drawings, sculptures and time based work made in response to this research process, and current understandings of the imminence and precariousness of climate change and geological deep time.


A series of LUNCHTIME TALKS will be hosted weekly: follow @haar_bour on Instagram for more details. 


The exhibition is open to view at The Trust on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 14:00 to 16:00 from 18 November to 20 December 2021 and at other times by appointment only. To arrange an appointment, please contact the Trust on info@barns-grahamtrust.org.uk

Venue: Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Trust, 77 Brunswick Street, Edinburgh, EH7 5HS

You are invited to join us at the online launch PV of In Time at the Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Trust on Thursday 18th Nov, 17:00 to 18:00.

As part of the opening event, Dr Rehema White, from the School of Geography and Sustainable Development at University of St Andrews, will give a short talk to open IN TIME based on her essay for this exhibition ‘Harbouring Hope For The Future: Seeking To Be In Time’

To join us, please register via Eventbrite using the link below. Access to the event will be sent to you via Eventbrite and you must be signed into your Eventbrite account to join.