Ailie Rutherford’s collaborative practice is grounded in the places she works and shaped by the people who actively engage in the process, creating multi-disciplinary works that explore the relationships between people, their natural, social and built environments. This process regularly involves inviting participants and audiences to collectively imagine our shared future.
Ailie has recently been awarded Creative Scotland Open Project funding to develop The People’s Bank of Govanhill a social artwork in Govanhill, Glasgow.
The New Economy in Practice
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