Architecture Fringe 2019
In Real Life

The Flying Freehold

A piece of writing tracking a shifting relationship to the fabric of the buildings in which we live and work

Kate Morgan

FRI - SUN 07 - 23 June 2019

Work available in venues across Scotland: listed on website (& below)

Fully accessible / Children welcome

A pamphlet of writing, available only in physical printed form for the duration of the festival. The text explores a personal, shifting, relationship to spaces, and time spent within them. The piece tracks an interest in the slow but rewarding work of caring for a building, the closeness of a historical past in such circumstances, as well as the intricacies of deeds and the meaning of property ownership today.

Kirkwall, Stromness, and Mobile libraries
Orkney Library & Archive, 44 Junction Road Kirkwall Orkney KW15 1AG
Stromness Library Warehouse Buildings, 2-12 Victoria Street, Stromness, Orkney KW16 3AA

Huntly, Aberdeenshire
Brander Library The Square Huntly Aberdeenshire AB54 8BR

Rosyth, Fife
Rosyth Library Parkgate Rosyth KY11 2JW

Central Library, with copies also circulated across Dundee libraries
Central Library The Wellgate Dundee DD1 1DB

Central Library, with copies also circulated across Stirling libraries
Central Library Corn Exchange Road Stirling FK8 2HX

Wick, Caithness
East Caithness Community Facility Newton Road Wick KW1 5LT

Langside Library, The Mitchell Library, and Hillhead Library
Langside Library 2 Sinclair Drive Battlefield G42 9QE



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