Runs until 16 June 2007

Design is all around you, even in the most unlikely places. Adaptation, Peacock Visual Arts’ contribution the Six Cities Design Festival, looks into the impact of design in everyday life. The streets of Aberdeen will never look the same again!

We have invited a group of international artists including Adams (Copenhagen), Akay & Made (Stockholm), Brad Downey (New York), Brett Bloom and Bonnie Fortune (Chicago), Marjolijn Dijkman (Rotterdam) and Dominic Hislop (Berlin) to show and make work about and in reaction to design in daily life. The work ranges from subtle alternations of street furniture and other interventions in public space to creative uses of waste, documentation of earlier work in the gallery and video projects.

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Pre-order the Adaptation catalogue and get a discount!

The catalogue of Adaptation will be ready in July. It will include an essay and documentation of the exhibition and interventions. If you pre-order now you only pay £10 instead of £12! Phone us on 01224-639539 or send an email to monika@peacockvisualarts.co.uk

Tell us what you think!

Have you seen the exhibition? Let us know what you think! Download the Questionnaire, fill it in and and email it back to monika@peacockvisualarts.co.uk.

artist changing distance on McDonalds sign

Dominic Hislop. ‘Distance Correction’. Action and plastic sticker installation, Nyugati station underpass, Budapest

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The Six Cities Design Festival is a project developed and managed by The Lighthouse, Scotland’s National Centre for Architecture, Design and the City, and is funded by the Scottish Executive.