A solo exhibition of the work of Jim Lambie, one of Scotland's most internationally significant artists who came to prominence in the mid 1990s with work that makes its magic from relatively humble materials: tinfoil, coat hangers, record sleeves, and, most famously, vinyl tape.

His signature work Zobop is a floor-based sculpture that consists of continuous lines of multi-coloured vinyl tape laid in concentric circuits of a room from its outside edges to its centre.First shown in Transmission in Glasgow in 1999, it is now in several major international collections.

This exhibition is the first to trace the development of Lambie's exuberantly intelligent and visually arresting sculptural language from the mid 1990s to now, with early sculptures like Stakka, Roadie, The Kid with the Replaceable Head, Ultra-Low and Zobop, and more recent work such as a spectacular new version of Shaved Ice, an installation of floor to ceiling, brightly coloured mirrored ladders.

Part of Edinburgh Art Festival

Artists at this exhibition