© 2020 by Brodie Sim

Brodie Sim

I am an artist and producer based on the Isle of Tiree,

Inner Hebrides. 

As an islander based in a remote and rural part of Scotland, I understand the importance of connection.

As a visual artist and producer, I work with people, material and place.

I am interested in landscape and community as well as

cross-disciplinary and collaborative projects.

 

 I like to work somewhere in the space between material and poetry

(if that exists).

Education

2019 - 2020

MA Art and Social Practice 

University of Highlands and Islands

2009 - 2013

BA (Hons) Sculpture

Edinburgh College of Art

Employment

2019

Project Coordinator (BFI Film Academy)

Screen Argyll

2019

Assistant Producer (Sea Change) 

Screen Argyll

2015 - 2019

Programme Coordinator 

The Common Guild

2017

Creative Learning Projects Officer 

Edinburgh International Festival

2017

Editor

Publication: 'IRON: Origins and Destinations'

2013 - 2016

Schools Programme Assistant

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

2014 - 2015

Studio Assistant

Studio Alec Finlay

2013 onwards

Freelance / 

art education

engagement projects

workshops

project co-ordination

arts producer

web design

Publications

2017

Haiku Thread 

Brodie Sim and Linda Bolsakova 

2013

Material Dialogue

Brodie Sim and Camilla Wordie

Selected Exhibitions

2017

a constellation is forming here 

Generator Projects, Dundee

2015

Workshopshop 

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop

2015

How to measure darkness

Glasgow Open House

2014

RSA New Contemporaries 

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

2013

Graduate Degree Show 

Edinburgh College of Art

2013

PRE 

Newhaven Station, Edinburgh

2013

Material Dialogue

Edinburgh College of Art

2013

Defcon Salon

Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh 

2013

Middle Land: responses to drawing 

Departure Foundation, Birmingham

2012

ECA @ RCA 

Royal College of Art, London

2012

Inaugural Pursuit 

Old Ambulance Depot, Leith

 

2012

RESPONSE 

The Gallery at flannels, Leeds

2009

So Far 

St Margerets House, Edinburgh

Selected Press

2017

'Haiku in 3D'

The Skinny