The Scotsman

Slowly does it: Glengoyne whisky ages with poetry


Poet Cat Hepburn unveils a literary artwork with a difference, featuring her poem titled Kiss.

As part of Glengoyne Whisky’s “slow art” project, created by conceptual artist Jonathon Keats using “disappeari­ng” ink, the exhibit is on display at City Social in London.

The special ink used by Keats to create the artwork working with Hepburn will gradually fade when exposed to UV light and reveal different sections of the poem over the next 50 years as it ages alongside Glengoyne Highland’s whisky.

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