There will be no Miracles Here
© Nathan Coley

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There will be no Miracles Here 2007 - 2009

On Display Modern Two

  • Scottish Art
This outdoor work by Nathan Coley proposes, on a scaffolding support six metres high in illuminated text, ‘There Will Be No Miracles Here’. This originates from a project in which Coley posted a series of public announcements around the town of Stirling. One included these words, taken from a seventeenth-century royal proclamation made in a French town believed to have been the frequent site of miracles. Coley’s practice is based in an interest in public space, and how systems of personal, social, religious and political belief structure our towns and cities, and thereby ourselves.


  • Acc. No. GMA 5138
  • Medium Electric lights, scaffolding
  • Size Dimensions variable
  • Credit Purchased with assistance from the Art Fund and the Patrons of the National Galleries of Scotland 2011