Louise Doyle: Living in the Dim Light

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and The Arches present

Louise Doyle: Living in the Dim Light

Part of Into The New 2015

Wed 14 - Thu 15 Jan 2015 | Wed 14 Jan, 6.30pm | Thu 15 Jan, 6.15pm (1 hour) | Festival Pass: £16 | Day Pass: £5 (call 0141 565 1000 to book) | 16+

The smith forges out of time in syncopation with his clock. A material is formed, and the smith yawns. The fire is burning, the hammer strikes. His thoughts unravel, his body takes another shape. For a while he forgets where he is….

A solo show looking at the potential of form in relation to our perceptions.

Louise Doyle is interested in the ways that personal creativity works over the full spectrum of human action.

She works with a range of media including sculpture and film to create what she feels she wants to see, and ask the question, what it means to make art.


About Into The New 2015 | a festival of new work from final year students of the BA Contemporary Performance Practice course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

As we open the Pandora’s box of Into The New this year, we can be sure that the work of this group of graduating students will raise some ‘impertinent questions’. Their performances seek to offer intellect and challenge, hope and humour, bravery and commitment.

Your role, as audience is to ‘domesticate’ their ideas, to deal with them and perhaps to explain them, to yourselves, and to each other. With that we wish you luck, as the class of 2015 may refuse to be tamed!

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