Kirkcaldy was once the centre of linoleum production. But during the 60's the industry plunged, taking the Scottish town with it. I spent a year working with a group of jobseekers, and exploring the history of my ancestor who established the first linoleum factory there.
This performance follows the journey of one resident between the homeless shelter and the Job Centre. It was filmed by and edited by James Inglis and Deone Hunter, who were residents of the shelter at that time.
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Exhibited at Kirkcaldy Museum, Scotland
Commissioned by Fife Contemporary, Scotland