Keith McIntyre’s studio practice operates across a range of creative disciplines. He is a painter and printmaker and has worked collaboratively with a number of writers, theatre directors, film-makers and composers. Drawing and the process of larking remains central to his work. In recent years McIntyre has made many large-scale drawings, allowing the paper artefact to become a dioramic site for creative intervention. The Immortal Memory, a significant event in a Burns Supper celebration has been a recurring theme for enquiry and research.