Peter Horobin aka Marshall Anderson aka Peter Haining aka Aitch aka Haining

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Peter Horobin aka Marshall Anderson aka Peter Haining aka Aitch aka Haining

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Pete Horobin began the Attic Archive Project, one of many projects, after graduating from Duncan of Jourdanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee with a diploma in drawing and painting in 1975. The project dates from 1980-2005 and documents distinct decades of the artist's life under the names of Pete Horobin, Marshall Anderson, Peter Haining, Aitch and Haining The first of these projects, the DATA (Daily Action Time Archive) 01.01.1980-13.12.1989, was undertaken during the 1980s and reflected Horobin's involvment in the international movements of mail art and neoism. The second project, the Marshall Anderson Journals, was completed between 1990-1999 and reflected Anderson's artistic style as a mixed media artist and freelance art journalist. The third project, completed 2000-2005, was entitled Haining's Irish Bike tour in Eire and Round N Ireland (Arts) (HIBERNIA) and reflected Haining's interest in autodidactic art practice across Ireland. This collection comprises records relating to Haining's DATA project and Marshall Anderson Journals project as well as various materials relating to his research into artists' unemployment across Scotland and the work he undertook for his Accsssiblity of the Art project. Haining moved from Dundee to Kirkaldy in 2012, then to Selkirk and in 2020 is known as Aitch, operating as Ae Phor.

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