Residents

  • Akiko Kobayashi

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Architecture, UK

    Akiko Kobayashi worked in architectural practice for 15 years prior to focusing on the facilitation of community led development in the built environment. Using co-creation approaches, she designs ways for distributed clients to explore the potential of their proposals, communicate their vision and gain practical skills. She has hands-on site experience and is a certified Passivhaus designer. Current projects include a housing co-op self build refurbishment and a church fit-out for self-assembly by the congregation. Akiko Kobayashi studied at Cambridge, Edinburgh and Dundee; has worked in London, Sydney, Edinburgh and Tokyo; and is a keen cyclist, coxswain, autoharp player and parent.

  • Conor Baird

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Scotland, Visual Art & Performance

    Conor Baird is an artist, performer and facilitator based in Glasgow. Studying Sculpture at Gray’s School of Art and AKI ArtEZ, they have exhibited in galleries and prominent performance festivals throughout the UK and further afield such as GENERATORprojects, AADK Spain, Glasgow Project Room, Tempting Failure, //BUZZCUT, RSA, The Pipe Factory, Citymoves Dance Agency and Limousine Bull. Conor has worked at various organisations including Project Slogan, Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Beta-Beta and is currently a Committee Member at Market Gallery. Their practice investigates notions of the self and the body, performativity, sex and gender.

    www.conorbaird.com

  • Fabiola Carranza

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Visual Art, Writing, USA

    Fabiola Carranza is a Costa Rican/Canadian. She makes photographs, videos, paintings, and drawings to examine visual, cultural and personal phenomena. Carranza holds a MFA from University of British Columbia and a BFA from Emily Carr University. Solo exhibitions include: Aedes Hallucinates in the Jungle (Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, 2016) and El habito de Estrofas (Despacio, San Jose, 2011). Carranza has participated in group exhibitions at The National Gallery of Costa Rica and at Contemporary Art Gallery, Belkin Gallery, Artspeak Gallery and Access Gallery in Vancouver. Her first public art commission, Seven Signs, is on view at Waterfront Park in Seattle.

    www.fabiolacarranza.com

  • Jane Morrow

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Visual Art Curation, Professional Development, Northern Ireland

    Jane Morrow is an independent visual art curator with a specific interest in artist development. She has worked for galleries, initiatives and individuals around the UK (in regions including the West Midlands, East of England and South London), as well as in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Jane is interested in working across gallery, studio and network contexts around formal and informal learning environments for artists. She has originated, fundraised for and delivered numerous exhibitions, commissions, learning projects, symposia, publications, opportunities, residencies, workshops and bespoke professional development programmes for individuals and groups

    www.janemorrow.com

  • Kate V Robertson

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Sculpture, Installation, UK

    Kate V Robertson received a MFA with distinction from Glasgow School of Art in 2009. Since then she has exhibited widely in Scotland and Europe. Group exhibitions include Paper at MAMAC, Nice; Running Time in the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and Industrial Aesthetics at Hunter College, New York. She delivered a public art commission for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. For Glasgow International 2014, she designed and co-curated an ambitious exhibition at The Briggait, Reclaimed the Second Life of Sculpture. Kate V Robertson is a studio holder/board member of Glasgow Sculpture Studios and is represented by Patricia Fleming Projects.

    www.katevrobertson.com

  • Ralph Pritchard

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Moving Image, UK

    Ralph Pritchard is an artist making work about anxiety, desire and emotional labour, often through the lens of instant messaging. With a background in independent online media (Novara Media, 2013-16) and feature film direction (Following Forests, 2015), Pritchard is fluent in the craft of the moving image. They are also conceptualising a fictional app called Shouldr which combines the infrastructure of Uber with the politics of emotional labour.

    http://ralphpritchard.co.uk

  • Rebecca Brown

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Drawing, UK – Solo Printmaking Place in Kinpurnie Print Studio

    Rebecca Brown graduated with an MA in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art and completed an artist in residence scheme there the following year. Prior to that she had studied at Gray’s School of Art, Fachhochschule Hannover and Cyprus College of Art. Although drawing forms the starting point for the majority of her projects, she tends to apply illustration to another artistic process; printmaking, bookbinding, ceramics or animation, paying close attention to the tactile nature of the finished piece. Her work is largely themed around storytelling, particularly the mysterious narrative within old wives tales and superstitions.

    http://www.rebeccabrownillustration.co.uk

  • Sonia York-Price

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Dance, Writing, Australia

    Sonia York-Price’s life has been consumed with all forms of dance. She trained extensively in classical ballet and contemporary dance in the UK. Since migrating to Australia she has merged this lived knowledge into her arts practice of film making and photography. Fascinated by the genre of time exposure photography she is not interested in the pure accuracy of the movement but the actual moment of motion. Sonia York-Price has gained experience through artist residencies photographing dancers in Beijing, London, Birmingham, Stockholm and Sydney. She is currently researching for the PhD Ageism and the mature dancer at the QCA Griffith University, Australia.

    http://www.soniayork-pryce.com

  • Theophile Krosi-Doute

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Music (Composition), France – Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities Researcher in Residence 2017

    Born in Paris in 1991, Theophile Krosi-Doute is a composer of contemporary classical music. Theophile’s music has been performed around the UK and internationally. Commissions include pieces written for the North Wales International Music Festival, Spectrum: New Music Ensemble, King’s College Choir, Aberdeen, and the University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir. His arrangement of Robert Burns’ Rattlin’ Roarin’ Willie, was included in the University of Aberdeen’s recent CD The Immortal Memory – A Burns’ Night Celebration, which stayed in the UK Classical Charts for several weeks, peaking at #3. Theophile currently studies towards a PhD in composition under Paul Mealor at the University of Aberdeen, having previously studied under Anthony Payne at the University of East Anglia, and Michel Merlet at the Maurice Ravel Conservatoire in Levallois-Perret (France). He is also a proficient conductor, singer, and cellist.
  • Tomo Sone

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Dance, Choreography, Israel

    Tomo Sone was born in Kyoto. She worked with several ballet companies in Japan. In 2008, moved to Tel Aviv, Israel. In 2010, she established Japan-Israel International Dance Project with Israeli choreographers and dancers which have held several performances and workshops. Nowadays she is working as an independent choreographer and dancer. Collaborated in her pieces with artists such as animators, paper artists, film directors and musicians. Her solo works Las Meninas, Folded, Cut and Crumpled, Mobius were premiered in Suzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv, Israel. She was awarded A New Artist for Art and Culture by Kyoto Municipality in 2010.

    http://tomoguest.wixsite.com/dance

  • Victoria Evans

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Visual Art

    Victoria Evans works primarily in audio-visual and sculptural installation. She graduated with a Masters from Glasgow School of Art in 2015 and has had several solo shows in Scotland, as well as taking part in numerous group exhibitions and collaborations. A recent article on drawing has been published in the peer-reviewed Tracey: Drawing and Visualisation Research Journal. Prior to practicing as an artist, she worked in narrative film and TV and continues to work as a freelance story consultant to support her artistic practice.

  • Barbara Bargiel

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Film, UK

    Barbara Bargiel (b.1982, Poland ) has lived and worked for the past 12 years in London. She studied Scenography at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Photography at the University of East London. Recent exhibitions include Vamalgam7 at Victoria & Albert Museum, NAA Festival at the Biblioteca Municipal (Barcelos, Portugal), Space Invaders: Neighbourhood Watch at the Jewish Community Centre (JW3, London), and a solo show Waiting Room at Platform1 Gallery with the participatory performance at Wandsworth Common Train Station (London).

    http://www.barbarabargiel.com/

  • David Penny

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Photography, Moving Image, UK

    David Penny works with the photography and objects. He is interested in translations between things and their images and the potential of the photograph to make new and be productive rather than functioning as document. A starting point for practice is often overlooked objects that have been discarded or are a found in an everyday working space. Simple things become invested with significance through framing and construction for the camera. Recent projects include A Quality of Distance, METAL Liverpool and Spatial Correspondences, RAUMX London. His work has been exhibited at Open Eye Gallery, UK and ShanghART, Shanghai.

    http://www.davidpenny.info

  • Holly Willats

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Curating, Writing, UK

    Holly Willats is an independent curator, and the founder & director of the not-for-profit arts organisation Art Licks, which she launched in 2010. Through Art Licks and independent projects, she has curated events and exhibitions across London, including the ICA, Victoria & Albert Museum, South London Gallery, Zabludowicz Collection, and Bold Tendencies. In 2017 she will curate exhibitions at Beck Road and Yorkshire Sculpture Park. She is the recipient of the Arts Council & British Council International Development Fund, which will take her to Bogota, Colombia in 2017 where she will be in residence at FLORA.

    http://www.artlicks.com

    http://www.artlicksweekend.com

  • Jennifer Clews

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Visual Artist (video-based sculpture), and Academic Researcher, UK

    Jennifer Clews graduated from the Sculpture and Environmental Art department at The Glasgow School of Art in 2013. As a participating artist at the RSA: New Contemporaries in Edinburgh (2014), her work received the Peacock Visual Arts Award for the Moving Image. During her studies within the M(Litt) Art History, Politics, Transgression programme at Glasgow University (2015 – 2016), her dissertation examined social, aesthetic, and political discourse in relation to Glasgow-based collective video practices c.1973 – 1978. From this perspective, her work today examines video itself in sculptural terms, seeking to contextualise the employment of this medium in its present-day manifestations.

    http://cargocollective.com/JenniferClews

  • Jenny Richards

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Writing, Curation, Sweden

    Jenny Richards is co-director of Konsthall C, Stockholm where together with Jens Strandberg she produces the exhibition and research project Home Works exploring the politics of domestic work and the home. Independent projects include: Manual Labours – an ongoing collaborative research project with Sophie Hope exploring physical relationships; and Flaneuse – a writing project with Tessa Lynch exploring gendered experiences of public space. In 2012 Jenny completed an MA in Art and Politics from Goldsmiths University. Prior to this she worked as Gallery Manager of Cubitt Gallery, London and Programme Manager of the Collective Gallery, Edinburgh.

    http://www.manuallabours.co.uk

  • Lisa Clarkson

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Screenwriting, UK

    Lisa Clarkson graduated from Screen Academy Scotland with an MA Screenwriting in 2016, having completed an MA English Literature at the University of Edinburgh in 2014. She had two babies early in life, then gained two degrees later in life – this unconventional, topsy turvy path has coloured the perspective from which she writes; mainly for screen, sometimes for stage, always in humour. She lives and works in Edinburgh.

  • Pamela Breda

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Visual Arts, Video Art, Installation, Performance, Italy

    Pamela Breda was born in 1982, in Vittorio Veneto (Italy). She lives and works in Venice. In 2012 she received her MA in Visual Arts from IUAV University, Italy. Her work has been exhibited in international venues in Venice, London, Santander, Salzburg, Trondheim, and in institutions such as Karlsruhe Kunsthalle, Fondation Francois Schneider, La Casa Encendida, Fondation Botin,
    Fondation Bevilacqua La Masa and Venice Architecture Biennal, Moscow Biennal. Her main area of research is focused on cultural visual tropes and traditions, on the contingency of the artistic process and on its multiple outcomes.

    http://cargocollective.com/Pamela-Breda

  • Shannon Quinn

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Writing, Poetry, Canada

    Shannon Quinn is the author of Questions for Wolf (Thistledown Press). Her work has appeared in Prairie Fire, CV2, The Mackinac, Room, subTerrain, Existere and The Literary Review of Canada along with journals in the US and the UK. She has a Bachelor of Fine Art in Theatre from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Radio and Television Production from Ryerson University. She has produced numerous audio documentaries for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

  • Sheila Nadimi

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Visual Art, Print, Canada – Solo Printmaking Place in Kinpurnie Print Studio

    Sheila Nadimi is a visual artist working in various media with a focus on the relationship between materials and ideas. Born in Canada to an Iranian mother and a Dutch father her practice has embraced contrast, ambiguity and contradictions across media. She received a Bachelors of Arts in Geography from McGill University before turning toward the Visual Arts and an interest in the relationship between place and narrative still runs through her work. She is currently on faculty at John Abbott College in Montreal where she teaches in the Visual Arts Department and Studio Art for the Arts and Science program.

    http://sheilanadimi.com

  • Yulia Kovanova

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2017

    Art: spacial installations, sometimes in collaboration with musicians and dancers, UK

    Born in Siberia, Russia, Yulia Kovanova has lived in Scotland for over ten years. In June 2016 she achieved MFA with distinction in the Art, Space & Nature programme at the Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh. Her art practice concerns with the investigation of movement, borders and boundaries and perception, exploring the crossovers between people, society and environment. Working from the idea that everything is interconnected, she explores these areas through an interdisciplinary approach and across a range of media, including installation, video, sound and through collaborations with dancers, musicians, scientists and intermedia artists.

    http://www.kovanova.com

  • Clare Robertson

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017
    Art Writing, Fictocritism, Research as Practice
    Clare Robertson completed a degree in Fashion Design and co-founded the luxury accessories brand Strathberry of Scotland. In 2014 she left the fashion industry to study an MA in Contemporary Art Practice at Edinburgh College of Art. Graduating in September 2016 she has subsequently acquired a studio at Mutual Artists, had writing published in the JAWs journal of Art Writing and will be exhibiting as part of Edinburgh Students Art Festival at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh. Her work takes on a research as practice approach existing between theoretical and visual forms. She explores the self, identity and emotion through an ongoing critique of society and neoliberalism.

    http://www.automatedluxury.com

  • Elke Reinhuber

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Conceptual / Media Art, Singapore

    Elke Reinhuber is a specialist on choice, decision making and counterfactual thoughts in media arts. Currently, Reinhuber teaches and researches as assistant professor at the School of Art, Design and Media at NTU in Singapore. In her artistic practice, she investigates on the correlation between decisions and emotions and explores different strategies of visualisation and presentation, working with immersive environments, augmented reality and imaging technologies. In 2013, she was awarded a practice-based doctorate degree in media arts at UNSW, Sydney. Her artwork has been exhibited in several internationally acknowledged institutions.

    http://www.eer.de

  • Hannah Rose Whittle

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Visual Art, Sculpture, UK

    Hannah Rose Whittle (b.1990, UK) graduated from University of Brighton where she was awarded a scholarship to study at Nagoya University of Arts, Japan. She has exhibited internationally and been selected for residencies at the International Ceramic Research Centre in Denmark and Scottish Sculpture Workshop in Aberdeenshire. She has participated in Home Workspace Programme at Ashkal Alwan in Beirut, Lebanon. Whittle works with sculpture, installation and the image to explore manifestations of time, impermanence and material values. Often responding to a specific place she is interested in the notion of the non-site, referencing rituals, material states and displacement.

    http://www.hannahrosewhittle.co.uk

  • Lisa Lipton

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Visual Arts – Installation, Performance, Video, Canada

    Maritime-born Lisa Lipton is a multidisciplinary artist, musician and director who received her B.F.A. from NSCAD University in 2003, and M.F.A. from the University of Windsor.  Her projects explore the potential for crossing genres of film, mixed media installation, performance, theatre and music.  She has exhibited her work on both a national and international level, most notably in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Windsor, Winnipeg, New York, Detroit, Texas, Berlin, and Amsterdam. She recently served as one of the Shortlist representatives for the Maritime Provinces within the Sobey Art Awards (2015).

    http://www.frankiefrankie.com

  • Maria Georgoula

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Visual Arts, UK

    Born in 1978 in Athens, Maria Georgoula lives and works in Derbyshire, UK & Athens, Greece. She graduated with an MFA from Slade School of Art,  London in 2008 and a BA Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, London in 2004. Using materials such as plaster, meringue and DIY objects, Georgoula’s works take the form of relief sculptures and sculptural environments informed by a semi-humorous and apathetic banality. Absurdist scripts, Raymond Roussel’s early surrealist texts, garden and leisure centres in the UK and folk museums, remain regular points of visit for her practice. For a number of years, Georgoula has also coordinated the Nauru Project, an online, collaborative, artists’ project on the story of the remote Pacific island of Nauru; the smallest island-nation in the world. She has exhibited extensively in the UK, Greece and abroad.

    http://www.mariageorgoula.com

  • Michael Kent and Thom Walker

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Drawing and Printmaking, Germany / UK – Collaborative Solo Printmaking Place in Kinpurnie Print Studio

    Michael Kent, was born in Paisley in 1984 and is currently based in Berlin. Studied printmaking at the Glasgow School of Art with an exchange to Carnegie Mellon University in 2004 and attended the Mountain School of Art in Los Angeles in 2012.

    Thom Walker (born in Huddersfield, 1985) is an Artist and Writer who lives and works in London. He gained his Ba (hons) Fine Art: Environmental Art from Glasgow School of Art in 2007 after completing his Art Foundation at Leeds College of Art in 2004. He has recently become a member of the East London Printmakers studio.

  • Norma D Hunter

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Social Sculpture, UK

    Norma D Hunter graduated with a BA (Hons) in Sculpture from Grays School of Art, 2011. In 2016 she was a participating artist at the NRW Forum: 100 ideas for a new world – Food Hacking group, Dusseldorf and an exhibitor at Aberdeen University, International Women’s Day Conference. In 2015 she undertook a 5-week residency looking at storytelling and exploring myth sharing at Scottish Sculpture Studios; was commissioned as part of Freed Market: how do we feed ourselves? in partnership with Number Seventeen and SSW; and was a participants in 7th Insakartists Workshop, Livingstone, Zambia.

    http://www.normadhunter.co.uk

  • Rachael Simpson

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Contemporary Fine Art: Performance and Video, UK

    Rachael Simpson graduated from Sculpture and Environmental Art at The Glasgow School of Art in 2016. Recent exhibitions and screenings include It’s Hard To Down When You’re Up, Embassy Gallery,  Edinburgh; Hand Luggage, The Steam Box, Dublin; My Dad Shot Liberty Valance, The Edinburgh Film House, Edinburgh; I OPEN SOMETIME, Glasgow Internatonal 2016, Gallery Unit, Glasgow; Excuse me boys, where do you think you’re going?, The Bridge at Platform, Easterhouse.

    http://www.rachaelgoldensimpson.com

  • Tom Joyes

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Multi-media Design and Film, UK

    Tom Joyes is a Scottish multi-media artist and designer born and based in Glasgow working with film, images, performance and installation. His background in graphic design was a foundation for ongoing interests in our image-saturated world. His practice uses critical and speculative approaches to discuss issues of media, technology, politics, economics and labour. He is interested in narratives that blur the line between human and machine, the digital and physical and fact and fiction, presenting hybrid scenarios of contemporary phenomena that question human behaviour and technological evolution.

    www.tomjoyes.com

  • W. Gage Ehmann

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2017

    Music (Cello Performance); Visual Arts, UK

    Cellist Gage Ehmann completed his MMus degree at the Royal Academy of Music in London with the creative direction of his first cross-arts collaboration Ligetilines, which explores the Ligeti Solo Cello Sonata through fresh watercolour, choreography, and composition. Now based in Edinburgh, Scotland, Gage wants to investigate gesture as a means of interdisciplinary creation, both through site-specific residency work with Glasgow’s Surge, and through educational outreach development with the Edinburgh International Festival. Chamber music is what first drew Gage to the moment when traditional communication ceases, and in its place a concentrated energy drives the music.

    http://www.ligetilines.com

  • Camille Chedda

    British Council Transatlantic Resident 2017

    Camille Chedda was born in Manchester, Jamaica. She graduated from the Edna Manley College with an Honours Diploma in Painting, and received an MFA in Painting from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Her works have been featured in major exhibitions at the National Gallery of Jamaica including the Jamaica Biennial 2014 and New Roots (2013). She has also exhibited internationally in Boston, New York, Germany and China. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the Albert Huie Award, the Reed Foundation Scholarship and the inaugural Dawn Scott Memorial Award for an outstanding contribution to the Jamaica Biennial 2014. Chedda currently lectures in Painting at the Edna Manley College and Life Drawing at Utech.

    http://camillechedda.webs.com/

  • Isabel Cordeiro

    Mondriaan Fonds Resident 2017

    Isabel Cordeiro was born in Lisbon, Portugal and currently lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She has an MFA from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam (2006) and an MA in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon (2000). Exhibitions include The Relational Nature of Things, Bradwolff, Amsterdam (2017); Foreign Affair, Bookstore space, Amsterdam (2017); Pushing Boundaries, RAM Foundation, Rotterdam (2016); My Respects to Madame Bernard, MoMart, Amsterdam (2015); The Comma in the Right Place, Halle14, Leipzig (2014); Zwischen Innen und Aussen, das weisse haus, Vienna (2010); Royal Prize for Painting, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag (2007). She woks across the mediums of painting and installation.

    http://www.isabelcordeiro.com/

  • Theophile Krosi-Doute

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2017

    Music (Composition), France – Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities Researcher in Residence 2017

    Born in Paris in 1991, Theophile Krosi-Doute is a composer of contemporary classical music. Theophile’s music has been performed around the UK and internationally. Commissions include pieces written for the North Wales International Music Festival, Spectrum: New Music Ensemble, King’s College Choir, Aberdeen, and the University of Aberdeen Chamber Choir. His arrangement of Robert Burns’ Rattlin’ Roarin’ Willie, was included in the University of Aberdeen’s recent CD The Immortal Memory – A Burns’ Night Celebration, which stayed in the UK Classical Charts for several weeks, peaking at #3. Theophile currently studies towards a PhD in composition under Paul Mealor at the University of Aberdeen, having previously studied under Anthony Payne at the University of East Anglia, and Michel Merlet at the Maurice Ravel Conservatoire in Levallois-Perret (France). He is also a proficient conductor, singer, and cellist.
  • Ranjeeta Kumari

    India Exchange 2017

    Ranjeeta Kumari did her Bachelors of Fine Arts in painting from College of Arts and Crafts Patna in 2008 and then shifted to Delhi for a junior fellowship by HRD government of India and an a Masters in Fine Arts at the Agra University. She did an Art Appreciation Short Course at the  National Museum, New Delhi. In 2016 she graduated with a Masters in Fine Art (Research Program) School of Humanities and Social Science, Shiv Nadar University.  Her final year graduate project was Hashiya (Margin) shown at Kiran Nadar Museum, Noida.

    In 2014 she was part of And I laid traps for Troubadours a collaboration between Kadist Art Foundation, Paris & Clark House Initiative, Bombay. In 2012 she was part of Sarai Reader 09, a nine month exhibition at Devi Art Foundation curated by Raqs Media Collective. Her solo exhibition Labour of the Unseen – Sujani – Nihilism in the Craft was at Clark House Initiative in 2016. She has been a part of of many group exhibition around the country and has  been nominated for Delfina Residency and short listed for a Pernod Ricard Fellowship at Villa Vassilieff, Paris. She was also part of River with a Thousand Holes, Clark House Initiative, Bombay, curated by Sumesh Sharma and text by Zasha Colah and Guadeloupe Oriental, Clark House as the Collective and Stories My Country Told Me, ACC, Gwangju, South Korea. She was born in Mokama, Bihar in 1983 and is now based in Bombay.

  • Adam Lewis Jacob

    Summer Residency 2017

    Adam Lewis Jacob graduated from the MFA programme at the Glasgow School of Art in 2015 and primarily works in video and installation. He studied on exchange at Piet Zwart Institute in 2015 and in 2011 was selected for the Mountain School of Arts program in Los Angeles. In 2016, Adam was the recipient of the Superlux research award alongside Elizabeth Murphy. Recent exhibitions include: Double Parrhesia, Catalyst, Belfast and FFWD, Duolon Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai. Adam is co-founder of exhibition space Celine and a committee member at Transmission Gallery. He is taking part in Collective’s 2017 Satellites Programme.

    www.adamlewisjacob.com

  • Alexander Storey Gordon

    Summer Residency 2017

    Alexander Storey Gordon is a Glasgow based artists writer and curator. He graduated with a degree in Printmaking from Grays School of Art in 2010 and has since exhibited widely both within the UK and abroad. recent exhibitions have included
    A P A R I Ç Ã O, Phosphorus, Sao Paulo (solo) 2015; UR/ERR, Film Open Touring Programme, Selected by Steven Cairns, exhibited at Eastside Projects, Spike Island, Castlefeild Gallery, S1 Artspace, Tramway and the ICA 2015; Be Vigilant Dear Friends, Because You Never Know When Your Going To Have Your Eyes Gouged Out, 2016, Glasgow Project Rooms 2014 (solo).

    www.alexanderstoreygordon.co.uk

  • David Raymond Conroy

    Summer Residency 2017

    David Raymond Conroy’s compositional works investigate the performance and construction of subjectivity within shared social space. Utilising commercial display strategies, curatorial methods and theatrical staging techniques, Conroy assembles products, texts and images that position the rhetoric of fidelity in relation to desire. His live arrangements for multiple readers phase authorial presence in a counterpoint of voices that conjoin singular audibility and fractured noise. Central to the practice is this circular overlapping of production and consumption, how authenticity meets artifice in the formation of the self. David Raymond Conroy (b.1978 Reading) lives and works in Brussels and London.

    www.davidraymondconroy.co.uk

  • Ellie Kyungran Heo

    Summer Residency 2017

    Ellie Kyungran Heo is a Korean artist-filmmaker based in London. She makes experimental films by collaging performances with documentary footage of her subject, tracking how her relationship with the subject changes over time, with respect to conflict, intimacy and sensitivity. Her recent works have been exhibited and screened at the Whitstable Biennale; Whitechapel Gallery; South London Gallery; LightNight Liverpool; Today Art Museum in Beijing; C.A.R. Media Art Fair in Berlin; Cyart Space in Seoul; and Isshi Art Space in Nagano. She received an MA from the Royal College of Art in 2015 and a BA from the Chelsea College of Arts in 2013.

    www.elliekyungran.com

  • Jane Topping

    Summer Residency 2017

    Jane Topping graduated from the Glasgow School of Art and served on the Transmission committee. Recent exhibitions include solo show Screen Used, Patricia Fleming Projects, Glasgow, Glasgow Short Film Festival (2016), Transit #3 and everything crooked will become straight, Glasgow (2016), FILM OPEN (Spike Island, Eastside Projects, Castlefield Gallery, S1 Artspace, ICA (2015), 31st International Short Film Festival, Hamburg (2015), Ripples on the Pond, GoMA (2015-16), LUX Scotland’s Artists Moving Image Festival, Tramway, Glasgow (2015) and 12th International Festival Singes de Nuit, Institute Finlandais, Paris (2015). Topping was on the jury of the No Budget Competition at the 32nd Hamburg International Short Film Festival (2016).

    www.janetopping.co.uk

  • Laura Phillips

    Summer Residency 2017

    Laura Phillips’ work investigates obsolescence and precarity as narrative devices. Questions about how we come to know an object; its temperament, texture, colour, hue and smell. The work aims to explore the complexity of resonance and incongruence between sound/image, often using a mixture of photochemical processes, found sounds and digital imagery. Most recent activity includes a performance at The Nunnery Gallery in London, and a group exhibition at East Bristol Contemporary.

    www.lauraphillips86.co.uk

  • Mark Aerial Waller

    Summer Residency 2017

    Mark Aerial Waller employs relationships between cinema, sculpture and live performance, where the spectator, art object and its relative position in space and time become an interdisciplinary medium. Waller founded the event based project The Wayward Canon in 2001, where archival film and video artworks are reconfigured with audience and spatial considerations. Exhibitions and events include Yoga Horror at Tate Britain (2014), the feature length episodic film Time Together at 11th Baltic Triennial, Vilnius and and the title work for Superpower: Africa in Science Fiction, Arnolfini (2012). His films are distributed by LUX, London and he is represented by Rodeo.

    www.markaerialwaller.com

  • Mark Vernon

    Summer Residency 2017

    Mark Vernon is a sound and radio artist whose practice is focused on live performance, installations and transmission works. Operating on the fringes of sound art, music and broadcasting, his works main concerns are with field recording, the manipulation of environmental sounds and the power of the disembodied voice. A keen advocate of radio as an art form, he co-runs Radiophrenia, an art radio station based in Glasgow. His solo and collaborative sound works have been published on a roster of international labels including Staalplaat, Ultra Eczema, Entr’acte, 3Leaves, Kye and Gagarin Records.

    www.meagreresource.com

  • Aniara Omann

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Aniara Omann (b. Denmark). Graduated from Glasgow School of Art, MFA (2014) and Funen Art Academy, BFA (2012). She works across sculpture, drawing, writing and live performance, often using forms and materials found in manual special effects and prop productions. Recent exhibitions include: Transformationer, Kunsthal Ulys; Final Incarnation, VoidoidARCHIVE; 3016, Glasgow Project Room; In Drógum, Akureyri Art Museum; Aniara Omann l Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys, Celine Gallery; Brad Pitt, Intermedia Gallery, CCA. Other projects and events include: Performance at Artists Moving Image Festival, Tramway; Organiser and curator of Hybrid, performance event at Gallery Celine. Recent text pieces in publications: Words of Unknown Origin, Uncle Chop Chop and Gnommero.

    www.aniaraomann.com

  • Ian Giles

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Ian Giles (b. Gloucester) MFA Slade School of Fine Art, London 2012 and was LUX Associate Artist 2012/13.  Solo exhibitions include: Youth Forum Performance, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2016); On Air, Tank.tv (2015); Free Time, Poole Museum (2015) and The In Between, Carroll/Fletcher, London (2013).  Selected group exhibitions include: m-Health, Cell Project Space, London (2015); The Decorator and the Thief, The Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland (2015) Beatrix Kiddo, Global Committee, New York (2015); Videoclub: Selected IV, Nottingham Contemporary, selected by Jessica Warboys (2014); 21st Century Screening, Chisenhale Gallery, London (2012); Glasgow International Festival (2012) and Whitstable Biennale (2010).

    www.iangiles.co.uk

  • Jade Montserrat

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Jade Montserrat studied at Courtauld Institute of Art (2003) and Norwich School of Art and Design, MA Drawing (2010). Jade works at the intersections of art and activism, progressing through performance and live art, works on paper and interdisciplinary projects. Jade works collaboratively with Network 11, Press Room, the Conway Cohort and Rainbow Tribe:Affectionate Movement. Recent selected contributions, exhibitions, screenings and performances include: (Forthcoming, July 2017: “Towards the Rainbow Tribe”, Alison Jacques Gallery), recipient of Stuart Hall Foundation practice based PhD Studentship at IBAR, UCLAN; Associate Artist, Holding Space Programme, The Showroom, London (2017-); Spike Island, Bristol (2017); Arnolfini, Bristol (2017); Panolopy Lab, Brooklyn (2016); The Kitchen, New York (2016); 198 Gallery, London (2016); Spill Festival, Ipswich (2016); Steakhouse, Rich Mix, London (2016); IBAR UCLAN, Preston (2016); Princeton University, New Jersey (2016); Durham University (2016); Latitude Festival, Suffolk (2015); Conway Hall, London (2015); Steakhouse, ArtsAdmin, London (2015); Iniva, London (2014); Performance ]s p a c e[, London (2014).

    www.jademontserrat.com

  • Laura Morrison

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Laura Morrison turns intimate personal and professional experiences into subjects, utilizing writing, video, performance, and painting to consider what it means to be both vulnerable and accountable. Recent exhibitions include Feral Kin at Auto Italia, London (2017); We Do Not Speak But Confine Ourselves Briefly To The Surface (A Dramaturgy of Interiority), ICA Theatre, London (2016); Safe, HOME Arts Center, Manchester (2015); Name It By Trying To Name It, The Drawing Center, NY (2015). Her writing has been published by Cornerhouse and Ment Journal. Her book The Burning Of The Coops was published by Ingrid Projects and Montez Press (2016). Residencies include Pioneer Works Studio Residency, NY (2016), I-Park, Connecticut (2016) and Open Sessions at The Drawing Center, NY (2014-16). She has an MFA from Goldsmiths and BA Painting from Chelsea, both in London.

    www.lauramorrison.co.uk

  • Richard John Jones

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Richard John Jones’ work is concerned with works or histories that have been erased, forgotten or marginalised. He uses domestic craft techniques alongside performance, video and installation. Jones is a graduate of the Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam and until 2012 was a Co-Director of Auto Italia South East, London. His work has been shown at EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam; Rond Point Projects Room, Marseille, SPACE, London and the Gwangju Biennial in collaboration with AA Bronson.

    http://rjj.website

  • Susannah Stark

    Autumn Residency 2017

    Susannah Stark is a Scottish artist working with print, sound and digital media, incorporating issues of voice, power and reappropriation. Recent work features intricately layered printed architectural objects that form the backdrop to a cacophony of disembodied voices, percussion and live spoken word elements. North East Wis-Dom (2016) won the Augustus Martin Print Prize at the Royal College of Art. Recent shows include Third CAFAM Biennale, Beijing, Idols and Impossible Structures, IPCNY, Surround Sound at Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016. She is currently developing collaborative sound work which explores tensions between the written/spoken word within a decolonial framework.

    www.susannahstark.com

  • Francesco Pedraglio

    Summer Residency 2016

    Francesco Pedraglio is an artist working with writing, performance, film and installation. He was born in Como (Italy) in 1981. From 2005 he has been living in London (UK). He has been showing and performing extensively in UK and abroad. He is one of the three founding member of the project-space FormContent and has been publishing criticism in several magazine, amongst others, Mousse Magazine, Kaleidoscope, ArtReview. In 2013 he published his first novella (‘The Object Lessons’) with Mousse. In 2014 he published his first novel (A man / in a room / spry-painting a fly…) with Book Works.

    http://www.acertainrealism.com

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  • Gil Leung

    Summer Residency 2016

    Gil Leung lives and works in London and Brussels. Recent projects include include Re: Re:, New Work, London, Violent Incident, Vleeshal, Middelburg, Prosu(u)mer, EKKM, Tallinn, Performance Capture, Stedelijk, Amsterdam, A Bright Night with Serpentine Galleries and LUX, London, Exchange at Flat Time House, London and Bedroom Tour in collaboration with Am Nuden Da. She is editor of Versuch Press and member of PUBLIKATIONEN + EDITIONEN.

    http://displaydevice.tumblr.com/

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  • Giuseppe Mistretta

    Summer Residency 2016

    Giuseppe Mistretta is a multidisciplinary artist and writer based in Glasgow. His practice is concerned with the senses and empathy. This pursuit evolves by working and learning with others or being aware of other perspectives when working alone. Recent projects include Gold Panning, Market Gallery, Glasgow; Dancehall 11, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester; Finite Project Altered When Open, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow; Ear Defenders, Glasgow Project Room; Happy Hypocrite Issue 7, (edited by Isla Leaver-Yap); Dance like nobody’s watching or Dance like you’re not dancing, Rhubaba Gallery & Studios, Edinburgh; Gnommero-Multiplicity, (edited by Sarah Tripp and Richard Taylor).

    http://www.giuseppemistretta.co.uk/

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  • Lauren Gault

    Summer Residency 2016

    Lauren Gault (b. Belfast, 1986) received her BA in Fine Art (First Class Hons) from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. She currently lives and works in Glasgow, working in installation, writing and performance. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘fugue states’ (with Allison Gibbs), CCA, Glasgow, ’lipstick-NASA’, Jupiter Artland , ’Plosive blows’, HMK, Hoorn , ‘Y.O.R.B’, Atelier Am Eck, Düsseldorf, ‘Here Bianca!’, GENERATORprojects, Dundee, ‘Sweet ensilage’, Tramway, Glasgow. Selected groups exhibitions include ‘read the room, you’ve got to’, curated by Quinn Latimer, S.A.L.T.S., Basel, ‘Waking up a Shape, The Woodmill Press, Bristol, ‘Dear Green’, ZK/U, Berlin.

    http://www.laurengault.co.uk

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  • Rachel Pimm

    Summer Residency 2016

    Rachel Pimm (b.1984, Harare, Zimbabwe, Lives and works, London) Pimm received an MFA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2013. She co-founded the artist-run project Auto Italia South East in 2007 and since 2012 has worked collaboratively with MoreUtopia! Her work has been included in recent programmes at the Chisenhale Gallery; Royal Academy (Converse X Dazed Emerging Artist Award), Serpentine Gallery; Tenderpixel and Hales Gallery, London (2015); Zabludowicz Collection; South London Gallery; Enclave Gallery, London (2014); Auto Italia, London; SPACE, London; Can Felipe, Barcelona (2013); Milton Keynes Gallery; Ibid Projects, London; and The Architecture Foundation, London (2012).

    http://www.rachelpimm.tumblr.com

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  • Sarah Forrest

    Summer Residency 2016

    Sarah Forrest is an artist based in Glasgow. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2010 (MFA). Recent exhibitions include: (2015) The Shock of Victory, CCA, Glasgow; Ripples in the Pond, GOMA; A Skull and a Screen, Taigh Chearsabhagh, North Uist (2014) Mood is Made, Temperature is Taken, curated by Quinn Latimer, GSS; I will wear a plastic guise / I will wear a fabric guise, Dog Park, New Zealand. (2013)Two Solo Shows: Sarah Forrest and Mounira Al Sohl (solo), CCA, Glasgow; Next to Perplexed you, curated by Jan Verwoert: Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna.

    http://www.supplementgallery.co.uk

  • Sophie Macpherson

    Summer Residency 2016

    Sophie Macpherson lives and works in Glasgow and Berlin. She received her degree from Glasgow School of Art Environmental Art Department and then became a committee member at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow. She was awarded the Scottish Arts Council New York residency, completed in 2009, followed by a semester auditing classes at California School of Arts. In 2014 she received a Creative Scotland Artists’ Bursary. She writes and makes live events, sculptural objects, drawings and videos, often working collaboratively with artists, musicians and performers. She is a founding member of the experimental all-woman musical collective Muscles of Joy.

    http://www.sophiemacpherson.net

  • Dominic Samsworth

    Autumn Residency 2016

    Dominic Samsworth grew up in the countryside in Herefordshire and graduated from GSA painting department in 2010, spending his third year studying at the UDK in Berlin in the class of Sabine Hornig. He continued to work in Glasgow for three years, holding a studio at SWG3 before moving to London. Since completing a residency with Still House Group in New York City in 2014 he has worked from a studio in Herefordshire and exhibited and traveled in the USA , Central America and Europe.

    http://www.dominicsamsworth.com

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  • Hardeep Pandhal

    Autumn Residency 2016

    Born in Birmingham, Hardeep Pandhal now lives and works in Glasgow, having graduated with an MFA from the Glasgow School of Art in 2013 with the support of a Leverhulme Scholarship award. He was selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries (2013), the Glasgow International Open Bursary (2013), the Catlin Art Guide (2014) and the Drawing Room Bursary Award (2015). Recent solo exhibitions include Plebeian Archive at David Dale Gallery, Glasgow and Hobson-Jobson at Collective, Edinburgh.

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  • Jennifer Bailey

    Autumn Residency 2016

    Jennifer Bailey (b. UK, 1984) received an MFA from Glasgow School of Art in 2013. Recent exhibitions include: Flats, Intermedia, CCA, Glasgow (2015), That’s Genetic, 16 Nicholson St, Glasgow (2015), Mood is Made / Temperature is Taken, Glasgow Sculpture Studios (2014), Display, Flip Project Space, Bari (2014), Sarah, Space in Between, London (2014), Marbled Reams (edition) and Quantum Leap, Embassy, Edinburgh and Malmö Konsthall, Malmö (both 2013), Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Liverpool Biennial and Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London (2012). Forthcoming solo exhibitions include Space in Between, London, and Collective, Edinburgh.

    http://jenniferbailey.biz

     

  • Joanne Robertson

    Autumn Residency 2016

    Joanne Robertson formed art collective Blood’n’Feathers with Lucy Stein in Glasgow, she then moved to London where Bruce Mclean at Slade inspired her to be wild and brave. Martin Creed wrote, “Robertson flows like a river. She wears her heart on her sleeve and paints and sings directly from it. She is a natural. I would like to be more like her.” Recently the gallerist Michael Callies showed her work in Brussels. Joanne currently collaborates and performs with musician/artist Dean Blunt. Spontaneity and improvisation are at the centre of how she makes art.

     

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  • Rose O’Gallivan

    Autumn Residency 2016

    Rose O’Gallivan graduated from the RCA in 2011. Working across installation, sculpture, and writing her practice is concerned with structures of value within aesthetics and the performance of the artist’s role. Recent projects include No Norms and Healing Ingrid, London (2015) These Labours Are, Lambert House, London (2014) and Mrs Soprano, Furini, Rome (2012) She is currently working of a compendium of text work ‘Figures it’s Speakers’ to be published in 2016, and a publication of poetry written in response to letters within the Edward James Archive.

    http://www.roseogallivan.co.uk

  • Chloe Reith

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    UK,  Curation

    Chloe Reith is a curator and writer based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Since 2013 Chloe has been Curator of Exhibitions at Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh where she has curated exhibitions by Nicolas Party, Raoul De Keyser and Tony Conrad. Independent projects include Objects from the Temperate Palm House, Bargain Spot Project Space, 2016, and Reality and Constructed Factual, a group exhibition of early career artists, as part of the Art Sheffield 2013. She will present Sinkholes and Broken Telephones as part of the 2016 Edinburgh Art Festival. Chloe has written for Kaleidoscope, Corridor8, thisistomorrow Line and Scottish Arts News.

    constructedfactual.com

  • Felicity Allen

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    UK, Art & Writing

    An artist and writer, Felicity Allen’s practice traverses the studio, the social and the institutional. Her series of Dialogic Portraits, produced in a range of media, models this. Having taught in art schools, she led the Education department at Tate Britain and conducted a durational project Nahnou-Together with colleagues in Amman, Damascus and London. She was one of two founder-members of the Womens Art Library. Having published several articles from her guest scholarship at the Getty Research Institute (2012+), Felicity has recently completed a practice-led PhD which reconsiders artistic labour. Her work is collected by Tate and published by MIT/Whitechapel.

    www.felicityallen.co.uk

  • Guillaume Brisson-Darveau

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    Canada,  Sculpture, video

    Guillaume Brisson-Darveau lives and works in Montréal, Canada and holds an MFA from Université Laval in Quebec City. His work has been presented in Canada, Switzerland and Japan, including at Arprim, Montreal in 2012, Diagonale, Montreal in 2013 and Open Studio, Toronto in 2014. Brisson-Darveau has carried out several artist residencies in Canada and abroad, such as at the Banff Centre, 2015, and NES in Iceland, 2015. His research has received support from the Conseil des arts et Lettres du Québec as well as the Canada Council for the Arts in 2015.

    www.guillaumebd.com

  • Hazel Ruth Dunn

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    UK,  Design (Textiles and Illustration)

    Hazel Dunn is a Textile Designer, Illustrator and Printmaker based in Glasgow, Scotland. She splits her time between Freelance projects and her own home-ware textiles brand, Rayha. Hazel enjoys adopting a layered approach when creating her imagery, and works with collage, line work and mixed media to create patterned work that is both visually engaging and tactile. Work is most frequently influenced by elements of nostalgia and contrasting visual cultures.

    http://cargocollective.com/hazeldunn

  • Lois Schklar

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    Canada, Mixed Media Sculpture and Drawing

    Lois Schklar’s work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions throughout Canada and the United States. Her sculptures are in the Bronfman Collection, Claridge Investments, Cambridge Art Gallery and Key Corporation. Schklar has received numerous grants. These include a Toronto Arts Council Grant to Individuals, several Ontario Arts Council Project Grants, OAC Exhibitions Assistance Grants and Canada Council Grants. In 2013 she was awarded an Ontario Arts Council Multi/Integrated Arts Project Grant. Currently she is co-curating an exhibition, The Art of Packing (2019), for which she received an OAC Visual Artist Project Grant for Research and Development (2014).

    http://www.loisschklar.com/

  • Meg Held

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    UK, Printmaking – Solo Printmaking Place during Interdisciplinary Residency

    Repetition of routines and structures found in nature, human behaviour and in architecture form the basis for research and creation in Meg Held’s practice. Her work is characterised by strong colour pallets and bold shapes that are balanced with linear and textural elements derived from her findings. Born in 1988 and raised in Northumberland, Meg gained her BA from The Glasgow School of Art and undertook 6 months study at DesignSkolen Kolding, Denmark. She work’s across a range of mediums including printmaking, collage and three-dimensional arrangements.

    http://cargocollective.com/meg_held

  • Rosanna Catterall & Emily Hawes

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    UK,  Visual Art

    Em Hawes graduated from MFA Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art in 2014 and continues to live and work in London. Rosanna Catterall graduated form BA Fine Art at Falmouth University in 2012 and lives and works in Sussex as a resident artist at Christ Hospital school. Both have been awarded scholarships and prizes and continue to exhibit their work regularly. Rosanna Catterall won the Midas award in 2012 and Emily Hawes was awarded the Leverhulme scholarship at Wysing Arts Center in 2015.

    www.rosannacatterall.com  

    www.emilyhawes.com

  • Shakti Gomez

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2016

    Spain / UK,  Performance and Visual Art

    Shakti Gomez is a performance and a visual artist, originally from Spain, who has  worked at the fringe of different disciplines, especially live art, visual arts and dance. She explores human anxiety, mortality and the relation between the self and the other; the inter-experience. These ideas inform her work which often has an autobiographical element or follows the biographies of others that she encounters in life. Her work is also linked to everyday life and banal objects that, through her performances, are extended beyond their usual meanings,  transforming them into singular objects that can represent a person’s inner state or experience.

    www.shaktigomez.com

  • Carrie Fertig

    RSA Residency 2016

    UK/ USA, Visual Art and Performance

    Carrie Fertig creates sonic and visual environments for transformative experiences. She employs flameworked glass in an interdisciplinary practice incorporating sound, light, fire, electronics, dance, and film to address emotional, spiritual, and physical states and thresholds. Whilst at Hospitalfield on a Royal Scottish Academy Residency, she will be developing a series of passing places: sound, film, performance, installation, and mobile works based on the physical, social, and metaphysical events of death. What kind of sensory environment might be compelling as a place to die? From New York originally, she lives and works in Edinburgh.

    http://www.carriefertig.com/

  • Holly Keasey

    DD Artists Residency 2016

    Holly Keasey is an artist working in and from Dundee. Her research-based practice focuses on water as a tool to criss-cross theory and ecological concerns. This is accompanied by a concern about the accepted roles for contemporary art and how these understandings are a result of a capital system. This approach has included being Chair-person for the Generator Projects Committee and lead-artist for the Clyde River Foundation. More recently, Holly has produced collaborative designs which consider a role for aesthetics within Water Sensitive Urban Design models with artist Jessie Giovane-Staniland, an expansion of her artistic research into the political agency of architecture at the Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm. She is also in the process of producing new work for the exhibition For Sensitive Skin to open at Verdant Works, Dundee in July 2016.

    http://thewetcentre.org/

  • Fionn Duffy

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2016
    UK, Visual Art & Sound
    Born in Glasgow, currently based in London. Having had an early education in classical music her practice centers itself on the convergence of systems of communication and interpretation and the ways in which cultural narrative shape subjective experience. Duffy’s practice manifests itself in a variety of forms, from sculpture, video and photography to installation, audio recording, musical composition and performance. Her interest in language interpretation has led her to work collaboratively with other artists, musicians, composers, and members of the community, often leading to event based works. Duffy’s work has been exhibited across the UK, Japan, Hungary and the USA.
  • Francine Kay Affourtit

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2016

    USA, Print Media/Sculpture – Solo Printmaking Place during Interdisciplinary Residency

    Francine Kay Affourtit (1975) is a Philadelphia based artist, educator and arts organiser. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her MFA from Tyler School of Art as a Temple University Fellow. Affourtit has exhibited her work internationally, including the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington DC, the International Print Center of New York, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, and Werkstadt in Berlin. Francine has attended several residencies globally, including The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts in Greece, The Experimental Printmaking Institute at Lafayette College, and Kala Art Institute in Berkeley.

    http://www.francinekaffourtit.com

  • Garth Gratrix

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2016

    UK, Sculptural Installation

    Garth Gratrix is an artist and curator based in Blackpool where he is the Director of Abingdon Studios. Since 2008 he has been involved in commissioning, curating and editing exhibition, engagement and publishing projects in the north of England. His work is concerned with relationships, current and new found, real or staged. He creates sculptural installations and experiments with materials, environments and spaces as a means to propose narratives of implied dialogue; scenarios or conundrums which indicate silent debate or collaboration.

    https://garthgratrix.com/

  • Imi Maufe

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2016
    Norway, Visual Art, Book Art
    Imi Maufe is a Visual Artist working from an artist-run studio at Bergen Ateliergruppe in Bergen container harbour, Norway, where she has been based since 2009. Originally from the UK, she has a MA in Multi-disciplinary Printmaking from University of West of England, Bristol (2004) and a BA (Hons) in Landscape Architecture from Manchester Metropolitan University (1999). Projects undertaken include curating, exhibiting, residencies and public art for places such as Kunstlerhaus Dortmund, Germany; South Troms Museum, Norway; Northern Print, Newcastle, UK; Shetland Arts, Shetland. Maufe has work in collections including Tate Collection, Victoria & Albert Museum and British Library, London.
  • Jeremy Hutchison

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2016

    UK, Fine art: Film, Performance, Installation

    Jeremy Hutchison is a British artist based in London. Having studied linguistics and written advertising for Coca-Cola, he received a distinction from the Slade School of Art. Hutchinson has recently returned to the UK following fellowships at SOMA, Mexico City and the Whitney Museum, New York. He has presented solo projects at Space (London), Division of Labour (Worcester), Bikini Wax (Mexico City), Rurart (Poitiers), Radar (Loughborough), De Appel (Basel), Paradise Row (London), and Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (Manchester). Hutchinson is currently artist-in-residence at [space] in London and will participated in the 37th EVA Biennale, Ireland in 2016.

    http://www.jeremyhutchison.com

  • Pamela Breda

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2016

    Italy, Video, Installation

    Pamela Breda lives and Works in Venice. In 2012 she received her MA in Visual Arts from IUAV University, Italy. Her work has been exhibited in international venues in Venice, London, Santander, Salzburg, Trondheim, Moscow, and in institutions such as Karlsruhe Kunsthalle, Fondation Francois Schneider, La Casa Encendida, Fondation Botin, Fondation Bevilacqua La Masa and Venice Architecture Biennal, Italian Pavillion. Her main area of research is focused on cultural visual tropes and traditions, on the contingency of the artistic process and on its multiple outcomes. She analyses western imaginaries connected with culturally and socially-engaged contexts of production and reception.

    http://cargocollective.com/Pamela-Breda

  • Tempo Rubato (Rohanne Udall and Paul Hughes)

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2016

    UK, Performance

    Tempo Rubato’s recent work includes Partner Dances For One, a solo performance for stages (work in progress showings Camden People’s Theatre, Calm Down Dear Festival 2015 and Battersea Arts Centre, Scratch October 2015), Floorplan//Here Or Now, an exhibition of performance at Rich Mix, London in September 2015; and the Imaginary Festivals Project, a collaborative writing project with the Forest Fringe 2014. Tempo Rubato run a monthly digital and performance writing group, research on which they will present this April, at the International Conference on Artistic Research in The Hague.

    https://temporubatoresearch.wordpress.com

  • Bogosi Sekhukhuni

    ROSL Scholars 2016

    “I am a lightworker and creative director born in Johannesburg. As a product of the fabled rainbow nation, in 2013 I was selected by the Mail & Guardian as one of the Top 200 Young South Africans.” Sekhukhuni studied Visual Arts at the University of Johannesburg and began working with the South African artist group CUSSGROUP. He makes art objects for a living through his studio practice; a visual culture bank and research gang called Open Time Coven, which investigates the roles emergent technologies play on culture and researches on repressed African spiritual philosophies. In 2014, working with set design, music and video, he presented his first solo exhibition at the Whatiftheworld Gallery, Cape Town. He has participated in group exhibitions in South Africa and abroad including the Stevenson Gallery (Johannesburg), Centre Pompidou (Paris), The Museum of Modern Art (Warsaw) and the Musee d’ART Moderne de la Ville de Paris.

    http://bogosisekhukhuni.tumblr.com/

    NTU is an agency concerned with the spiritual futures of technology. Founded in 2015 by tech healers Bogosi Sekhukhuni, Nolan Oswald Dennis and Tabita Rezaire, NTU seeks to enhance intersubjective virtual user possibilities by providing decolonial therapies for the digital age. Drawing from African spiritual philosophies, NTU embrace the interdependency of the organic, spititual and technological realm to restore energetic imbalances. NTU presented Nervous Conditioner, a network prototype at Post African Futures exhibition in Johannesburg and collaborated with Saith Technologies for their first solo show commissioned by 89+ for the Co-Workers: Network as Artist exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art Paris.

  • Jessica Yu

    ROSL Scholars 2016

    Jessica Zhan Mei Yu is a writer and a Creative Writing PhD student at the University of Melbourne. She was selected as one of Melbourne Writers Festival’s 30 under 30 in 2015. Her work has been published in The Best Australian PoemsOverlandCorditeThe Lifted Brow, Award Winning Australian WritingThe Saturday Paper and more. She is currently working on her PhD thesis as well as her first novel. She has spoken and performed at Melbourne Writers Festival, Emerging Writers Festival, Digital Writers Festival and on ABC Radio and Triple R. She has received a Glenfern Fellowship and a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship. She was awarded Best Fiction at the Express Media Awards in 2014, received second prize in the John Marsden Prize for Young Writers 2011 and was the Victorian recipient of the Taronga Poetry Prize in 2008.

    http://www.jessicazmyu.com/

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  • Tahi Moore

    ROSL Scholars 2016

    Tahi Moore is currently based in Auckland, New Zealand. He graduated from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland. He produces installations across a range of media including video, sculpture, painting and performance. Moore’s video works reference philosophy, literature, film and popular culture. His works have been shown in London, Los Angeles, Auckland, Melbourne and Lyon. Recent solo exhibitions include at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, and Auto Noir, Artspace, Auckland, both 2014; and recent group exhibitions include Tahi Moore / John Skoog, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland, 2014.

    http://hopkinsonmossman.com/artist/?artist=Tahi+Moore&bio

  • Amy Boulton

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016
    Originally from Huddersfield, Amy Boulton is a visual artist based in Edinburgh. She graduated from Intermedia at Edinburgh College of Art in 2015. Her practice largely takes the form of digital/lens-based media, while also incorporating installation, sculpture, photomontage and print. The work is centered on an investigation of how we construct individual and collective identities through our housing and work; particularly investigating the complex effects of urban regeneration and the extent to which we identify with workplace roles in both service and creative industries.
    www.amyboulton.info

  • Anne-Marie McKee

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016
    Anne-Marie McKee will graduate from Masters of Letters in Fine Art Practice (Drawing) at Glasgow School of Art in 2016. She also holds a PhD in Botany. She is interested in the area between botany and art and questions around making art for plants. She is a recipient of an RSA John Kinross Scholarship to travel to and work in Florence (2016) and a former Chairperson of 126 Artist-run Gallery, Galway, Ireland (2012-2013). Anne-Marie McKee plays viola and found the protected plant Vicia orobus (Wood Bitter Vetch) that stopped the motorway development between Limerick and Galway in the west of Ireland (2005).

    http://www.annemariemckee.com/

  • Caitlyn Main

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Caitlyn Main was born in Aberdeen and graduated in 2015 with a degree in Contemporary Art Practice (with a specialty in printmaking) from Gray’s School of Art. She is currently undertaking a year-long position as a Graduate in Residence at Gray’s. Since graduating Caitlyn Main has travelled to Italy for a month long residency and is currently participating in the Scottish Sculpture Workshops emerging artist residency. She has recently led a four month project, in which she structured and facilitated a series of exploratory drawing and screenprint workshops to vulnerable adults.

    http://cargocollective.com/caitlynmain

  • Felix Carr

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Felix Carr is a recent graduate of Glasgow School of Art (2016) who previously studied at Manchester Metropolitan University. His work relates to notions of potentiality, chance and failure. Seeking to engage with social and cultural archetypes, Carr’s paintings make reference to both personal and literary histories. The paintings are a result of continued reworking and alteration, aiming to manipulate the tangibility of physical process. He received the Steven Campbell Hunt Medal (2016) and has been selected for the RSA New Contemporaries exhibition (2017).

    http://cargocollective.com/felix-carr

  • Fiona Hunter

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Fiona Hunter graduated with a BA (Hons) in Communication Design from Glasgow School of Art in 2016. Her most recent work has centred around social and political issues. She is fascinated by the visual language used for political means and
    in protest. Since 2015 she has undertaken several practical workshops relating to stone, ceramics and lighting and has been involved in event programmes and exhibitions in Glasgow and London.

    http://www.fehunter.com/

  • Gentian Meikleham

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Gentian Meikleham is a visual artist working and living in Dundee. She graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in 2016 with a BA(Hons) Art, Philosophy, Contemporary Practices. Her interests lie within the fields of anthropology and philosophy, specifically existentialism. Writing forms the foundation of her practice, where she writes poetry as a means of consolidating ideas and forming metaphors for visual outcomes. Her work is often heavily processed based working primarily in sculpture whilst also incorporating performance and film. Through these interests and mediums she seek to ask questions about human attachment, the poetry at the heart of grief, and the perpetual longing we experience while moving through the world.

    gentianrhosameikleham.com

  • Honey Jones-Hughes

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Honey Jones-Hughes is an artist exploring the political charge of domestic roles and activities from a feminist perspective. Having recently graduated from Glasgow School of Art’s Sculpture and Environmental Art Department in 2016, she is currently working as Engagement Coordinator facilitating events occurring within the public realm for Culture Action Llandudno. Jones-Hughes’ interests lie in the way people interact with spaces and artworks and how to harness the energy that exists between the artist and the participant.

    www.honeyjoneshughes.co.uk

  • Jan Simon Weins

    Graduate Residency 2016
    Jan Simon Weins was born in Germany and lives in Glasgow, he graduated from the MLitt in Fine Art Practice course at Glasgow School of Art in 2016 following attending the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Maastricht, Netherlands for this undergraduate degree. Over recent years he has exhibited regularly in Scotland, the Netherlands and Germany. He uses strategies and ideas from music, geology, anthropology, psychogeography and esoteric traditions to create his work, looking back to a key formative experience as a turning point for understanding culture: “About 12 years ago my uncle introduced me to industrial music. I had never heard anything like it before. To me it was the immediate expression of radical will. I realised that culture was able to become more than pure escapism and ornamentation.”
  • Leontios Toumpouris

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Leontios Toumpouris is a GSA MLitt Sculpture graduate (2016) and did his undergraduate degree in Athens. In 2015 his work was exhibited within Mediterranea 17 Young Artists Biennale‏ in Milan. He is a co-founder of ‘Ground artist-run space’, an independent space in Nicosia, Cyprus. Toumpouris moves between disciplines to comprehend and investigate the appropriation of qualities, properties, methodologies and gestures and to invent ways to physically manifest transitions. In his recent practice he conducts a shift from painting to its sculptural manifestation.

    http://leontiostoumpouris.com/

  • Lucy Wayman

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Lucy Wayman is a recent graduate from Edinburgh College of Art, in Sculpture. During her studies she instigated and became a member of seven&one, a cross-discipline collective who exhibit together. Her work revolves around material constraints, contrasts and forms. Wayman is interested in playing with opposing preconceptions of objects and their functions, especially in relation to the human body, bringing the familiar into an unfamiliar setting to create unsettling and immersive experiences for the viewer.

    www.lucywayman.com

  • Robert Mills

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Robert Mills graduated from Fine Art Photography at Glasgow School of Art in 2016 and undertook the Valand Academy exchange programme in 2014. He has recently exhibited and taken part in events at The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow; WWRD Gothenberg and Hut Collective, Nottingham. His writing, spoken word performance and installation work is fuelled by his relationship to the art world and his realisation that he is simultaneously trying to reject and be part of it.

    www.RobertThomasJamesMills.co.uk

  • Shona MacPherson

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Graduate Residency 2016

    Shona MacPherson is a Glasgow based artist, and a 2016 graduate of Glasgow School of Art, MLitt in Sculpture. She has taken part in a number of residencies including SIM, Reykjavik; Saksala, Finland and also the ‘Floating Laboratory in The Northern Isles’ a month long sailing residency around the Shetland Islands with The Clipperton Project previously. She has been researching the idea of ‘constructed landscapes’, spaces which are artificially created environments, for example gardens, landscaped parks, and greenhouses. MacPherson’s work is between painting and installation and often engages with the space it exists within.

    www.shonamacpherson.com

  • Fergus Purdie

    Architecture Places 2016

    Central to Fergus Purdie’s practice are the ideas and values of the Scottish Polymath Sir Patrick Geddes, foregrounding the examination of the architect as urbanist and refocusing the civic relationship between people and city towards a community of purpose. His work seeks to explore the interrelationship between practice, research and teaching. Over recent years his projects have included single dwelling houses, arts projects, studios and galleries, housing and community initiatives. Fergus Purdie has taught at Dundee School of Architecture and the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen. He was elected to the Royal Scottish Academy in 2012 and has been Principal Editor of The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) magazine.

    https://fwparchitect.wordpress.com/

  • Sofia Oliveira

    Architecture Places 2016

    Sofia Oliveira is an EU accredited architect graduated from Lisbon Technical University, Portugal. Had a bursary to study at Politecnico di Milano and Roma Tre University in Italy and practiced professionally in Lisbon and Amsterdam. After moving to Scotland, decided to re-focus her career and completed the MSc Sustainable Community Design at Heriot-Watt University, which included a 3 week residency at Findhorn community and a field trip to the sustainable city of Freiburg, Germany. She has a particular interest in low carbon buildings, passive design with natural ventilation, environmental friendly materials and the adaptation of buildings for climate change effects.

  • Thomas Woodcock

    Architecture Places 2016

    Thomas Woodcock is an Architect with Elder + Cannon Architects in Glasgow, with previous architectural practice experience in New York City and England. Developing a diverse range of projects both in terms of scale and nature, including arts, residential and historical restoration.

    Along with being an invited critic at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, GSofA, his own personal practice explores the use of classic architectural techniques and standards as a fine art practice, utilising the discipline to explore themes of isolation, repetition and perfection, produced through a series of reductive imagery and models.

  • Nick Evans

    Future Plan Collection Residency 2016

    Nick Evans, originally from Zambia, spent his childhood years in Somerset. He graduated from the Environmental Art course at The Glasgow School of Art in 2000, including a three month exchange at the Royal College of Fine Arts in Stockholm and now lives and works in Glasgow. Selected exhibitions have included: /prospekt/ Funktion / Disfunktion – Kunstzentrum Glasgow, Neues Museum Nürnberg, Nuremberg (2013); Solar Eyes, Tramway, Glasgow (2013); Primary School, Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2008); and Abstract Machines, Tate St Ives, Cornwall (2006). In 2011 he was awarded the National Galleries of Scotland inaugural Artists’ Fellowship Award. He lives and works in Glasgow.

  • Victoria Morton

    Future Plan Collection Residency 2016
    Victoria Morton graduated from the Glasgow School of Art MFA programme in 1995. She works in Glasgow and in Fossombrone, Italy. Morton has held numerous solo exhibitions including: Spoken Yeahs From A Distance, Sadie Coles, London (2016); Mouth Wave, Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo (2014); Tapestry (Radio On), Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, USA (2012); Her Guitars, The Modern Institute, Glasgow (2011); Victoria Morton, Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2010); Sun By Ear, joint exhibition with Katy Dove, Tramway, Glasgow (2007); Victoria Morton, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany (2004); and Plus and Minus, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh (2002). Recent group exhibitions include I still believe in miracles, Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2016); Devils in the Making, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (2015), Studio 58: Women Artists in Glasgow since WWII, Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow School of Art (2012),Every Night I go to Sleep, Modern Art, London (2010) and Edge of the Real, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (2004).

    http://www.sadiecoles.com/artists/morton

    https://www.themoderninstitute.com/artists/victoria-morton/

  • Carla Cruz

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    UK, Visual Art – selected with Tottenham Hale International Studios

    Carla Cruz is a London-based artist from Portugal whose ongoing project All My Independent Women experiments with forms of collectivity, the erasure of authorship and practices that take place outside and in defiance of the mainstream art system. Cruz’s research has resulted in the genesis of a community cultural centre in Guimarães, rural Portugal called RASTILHO. Carla has recently completed the residency Finding Money at Open School East, London with the artist Antonio Contador. Cruz is a Research Associate for Goldsmiths University of London, based at the community centre in Walthamstow – The Mill.

    Carla Cruz joined the Interdisciplinary Residency at Hospitalfield in March 2016. Her main focus was on an exploration of greatness and goodness, particularly in respect to Carol Sheild’s latest novel ‘Unless’. She was considering the writing as a framework to critique the ‘art world’ system and other established norms of progress.

    http://carlacruz.net

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  • Holly Keasey

    THIStudios Residency Exchange

    UK, Visual Art – Selected as part of the DD Artists Scheme

    Holly Keasey is an artist working in and from Dundee. She is currently working on collaborative design proposals for the V+A Dundee restaurant and Plot 9 of Dundee’s Waterfront Redevelopment; conducting artistic research into the political agency of architecture at KKH in Stockholm; and producing new work for an exhibition at Verdent Works through the support of the Dundee Visual Artist Award. Previously, Holly has delivered socially engaged projects for various arts organisations including lead-artist for the Clyde River Foundation educational project, Trout in Transition, writer-in-residence for Doggerland and completed a two year position leading the curatorial committee of Generator Projects.

    Holly Keasey‘s site-responsive projects employ a framework that makes use of water as a tool to criss-cross abstract theory and ecological concerns. In an extension to this approach, she is interested in how collaborative methods of critical practice can influence a cultural change towards alternative social formations. Her residency at Tottenham Hale International Studios focused on considerations of Hale as both a village undergoing regeneration, paralleled with Hammarby Sjöstad in Stockholm, and a word with a meaning indicating to be pulled forward or progressed.

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  • Carla Cruz

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    UK, Visual Art – selected with Tottenham Hale International Studios

    Carla Cruz is a London-based artist from Portugal whose ongoing project All My Independent Women experiments with forms of collectivity, the erasure of authorship and practices that take place outside and in defiance of the mainstream art system. Cruz’s research has resulted in the genesis of a community cultural centre in Guimarães, rural Portugal called RASTILHO. Carla has recently completed the residency Finding Money at Open School East, London with the artist Antonio Contador. Cruz is a Research Associate for Goldsmiths University of London, based at the community centre in Walthamstow – The Mill.

    Carla Cruz joined the Interdisciplinary Residency at Hospitalfield in March 2016. Her main focus was on an exploration of greatness and goodness, particularly in respect to Carol Sheild’s latest novel ‘Unless’. She was considering the writing as a framework to critique the ‘art world’ system and other established norms of progress.

    http://carlacruz.net

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  • Charlotte Cousins

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    UK, Artist/Curator

    Charlotte Cousins an artist and curator, with a First Class BA (Hons) from Bath Spa University. Charlotte’s practice attempts to depict the solid lucidity of human memory. Utilising film, the photographic and sculptural materials.  She’s recently completed her first residency in Athens, Greece with the help of the Snehta program. Currently looking towards her upcoming solo show at the Lauriston Arches, Glasgow, (August 2015). She is also expecting her first interview as a contributor to Young Artists In Conversation to be published online in the same month.

    http://www.charlottecousins.co.uk

  • Eddo Stern

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    USA, New Media, Performance

    Eddo Stern is an artist and game designer. He works on the disputed borderlands between fantasy and reality, exploring the uneasy and otherwise unconscious connections between physical existence and electronic simulation. His work explores new modes for narrative and documentary, experimental and multidisciplinary computer game design, and cross-cultural representation in new media. His work has been widely exhibited at international venues including The Tate Gallery Liverpool, Reina Sofia, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, The ICA, The Hammer Museum, The New Museum in NYC, The Rotterdam Film Festival, ICC Tokyo, The Sundance Film Festival, and The Art Gallery of Ontario.

    http://eddostern.com/

  • Jane Dickson, Anneke Kampman, Lucy Duncombe

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    UK, Composition, Writing, Performance

    Dickson, Duncombe and Kampman are Glasgow based artists whose work explores voice as object, the instability of meaning, and using sound to unsettle the balance between perception and reality. Labyrinthine, their debut work together which premieres at La Monnaie, National Opera of Belgium in October 2015, aims to deconstruct the apparatus of opera, particularly how women sound – in words and music – through the juxtaposition of classical structures, fractured narratives and plastic vocals. Their collaborative approach to text and sound allows them to challenge traditional modes of production within opera, particularly the hierarchy of librettist – composer – performer.

  • Jessica Fox

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    UK, Writing, Directing

    Jessica Fox’s love of stories began at five years old when reality betrayed her and dressing as Superman did not in fact grant her super powers. A graduate of Prague’s National Film School, Fox founded Mythic Image Studios making shorts, documentary, music videos and commercials. Most recently, Fox directed Shakespeare: The Puppet Show at the Victoria Albert Museum, is adapting her first novel, Three Things You Need to Know About Rockets for screen and is co-creating Never After, a fairy tale series featuring Gillian Anderson. Fox was a resident storyteller at NASA and feeds her inner nerd media consulting for science organisations.

    http://www.jessicafox.info

  • Judith Hagan

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    UK, Painting

    A recent graduate from the Glasgow School of Art, and now regularly exhibiting, Judith Hagen works from the East End-based Crownpoint Studios. Dealing largely in realms of painting and writing, the work occupies emotional and metaphysical spaces and landscapes and human histories, searching through ideas of social narratives, solitude and personal mythologies, and the sometimes sad and absurd contrasts between reality, humanity and worldly beauty. The themes Hagen deals with stem from a wide range of sources; literature, philosophical writings, ideas of reality, time and space, and also world myths, histories and religion.

    http://judehagan.blogspot.co.uk

  • Marie-France Brière

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    Canada, Visual Art, Sculpture

    Marie-France Brière has, for several years, oriented her research towards sculpture that explores multiple avenues within its shifting practice, and that raises, amongst others, questions around relationships of surface, permeability, and opacity. In addition, and more recently, she has devoted her attention to public art, seeking through the blending of genres and other approaches, to suggest a reading of the object that is both complex and poetic. Under the auspices of the Politique d’intégration des arts à l’architecture du Québec, she has created numerous works that activate and engage material experience in interior as well as exterior spaces.

    http://www.mfbriere.ca

  • Nicole Geary

    Interdisciplinary Residency March 2016

    USA, Printmaking, Sculpture

    Nicole Geary is an American artist hailing from the green, swampy lands of Florida, where she earned a BFA in printmaking from the University of Florida. She graduated with an MFA in printmaking from the University of South Dakota in 2013. She exhibits in juried print and sculpture shows, international residencies, and regularly participates in printmaking conferences. She is a current resident of ArtistLab at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, funded by the Surdna Foundation, and teaches at the Southwest School of Art and St. Philips College. Nicole lives and works in San Antonio, Texas.

    http://www.nicolegeary.com

  • Michael Durning

    Alumni Association Selected Residency 2015

    Michael Durning studied at Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee and at Gray’s School of Art. He has exhibited regularly with the Royal Glasgow Institute, the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (he was elected RSW in 2014), the Royal Scottish Academy and the Paisley Art Institute. Recent exhibitions include Frames Gallery in Perth and Smithy Gallery, Glasgow. Durning seeks to examine cultural, economic, historic and political changes in Scotland through his paintings.

  • Bespoke Atelier

    Hospitalfield in Industry 2015

    Bespoke Atelier is a surface and textile design studio based in Glasgow, Scotland. They create bespoke screen-printed and digital pattern designs for products, public art, interiors and architecture. By working with digital printing, local manufacturers and fabricators in conjunction with their own screen-printing facilities, Bespoke Atelier are utilise a mixture of techniques and processes to create exclusive designs. Recent projects include Deutsche Bank, Scottish Canals, Network Rail, Glasgow Housing Association, The NHS, Page\Park Architects, Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Aberdeenshire Council and Glasgow Life.

    http://www.bespokeatelier.co.uk/

  • James Rigler

    Hospitalfield in Industry 2015

    James Rigler was born in New Zealand and lives in Glasgow. He studied 3D Craft at the University of Brighton before graduating from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Ceramics and Glass in 2007. His bold and vibrant ceramic sculptures are inspired by the language of architectural ornament, including its most monumental and grandiose schemes. His objects have emphatic, epic presence, cut adrift from their original contexts to take on new meanings. In 2013-14 Rigler undertook a six-month ceramics residency with the Victoria and Albert Museum and is included in their public collection. He has exhibited widely and examples of his work can also be found in the collections of the Crafts Council and Chatsworth House, Derbyshire. Additional residencies include; the International Ceramics Research Centre, Guldergaard, Denmark, the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, and Cove Park, Scotland. In 2014 he was the recipient of the prestigious European Ceramic Context New Talent Award.

    http://www.marsdenwoo.com/rigler/jr.htm

  • Amy Dunnachie

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Design

    Amy Dunnachie hails from a small community on the isle of Jura and naturally finds excitement and contentment in any kind of group work. As a recent graduate of the BA Hons Silversmithing and Jewellery at the Glasgow School of Art, she also has an ability in problem solving within designing and making. In 2014 she co-curated The Driven Void and Circuit of Connection at The Reid Gallery in the Glasgow School of Art and she exhibited at New Designers in London in 2015.

    http://www.amydunnachie.co.uk

  • James Thompson

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Design, Education

    James Thompson graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2012 and opened his first solo exhibition Expanding Spaces at the Marsden Woo Gallery in 2013. In 2014 he undertook an eight-week crafts residency at Cove Park.

    Selected group exhibitions include: Social Interaction, el Matadero, Madrid; RCA Paradise, Milan; Information in Style, CAFAA Art Museum, Beijing; Light Reflections, Mint Gallery, London; Atemporaneo, A Palazzo Galley, Brescia; Örnsbergsauktionen, Stockholm and film screenings at galleries including the Whitechapel Gallery. I sell work through the Marsden Woo Gallery and Mint Gallery, London.

    Thompson currently lectures in design at Leeds College of Art and Goldsmiths University.

    http://www.jamesthompson.info

  • Jane Hartshorn

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Writing

    Jane Hartshorn has been writing poetry since childhood. She has performed at various poetry and spoken word events, including at CCA, The Old Hairdressers, and The Ivory. Hartshorn studied English Literature and History of Art at University of Glasgow, graduating in 2009. Since 2010 she has been undertaking creative writing and poetry short courses, mentoring and classes. She has published her writing in Gnommero a cooperative artists’ publication edited by Richard Taylor and Sarah Tripp.

  • Jo Tomlinson & Kenny Love

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Moving Image, Sound Art, Sculpture

    Visual artist Jo Tomlinson will collaborate with sound artist Kenny Love to expand their practices by exploring the sensory dialogue between object and sound. Working on a new project to gain a deeper understanding of the boundaries between the physical and the sonic. The project will result in a multifaceted installation presenting as part of Glasgow International Festival 2016.

  • Jude Crilly

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    CA/UK, Multimedia: Sound & Performance

    Jude Crilly (CA/UK) works between London and Amsterdam. She completed her studies at the Rietveld Academie (NL) and Royal College of Art (UK). She has lived and worked in Paris, Berlin, and San Francisco, and has exhibited internationally. She works in an open structure between sound, performance and installation. Her work addresses how human experience is mediated through language and cultural coding. Recent projects include: Serpentine Transformation Marathon, Serpentine Galleries, GURUJI, Horse Hospital, London; Adjacent Realities, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, and MSA^, Los Angeles. She is the founder of Zeros, an online distribution collective for sound work.

    http://www.jude-crilly.com

  • Jyll Bradley

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Visual Art

    Jyll Bradley (b.Folkestone 1966) trained at Goldsmiths College and The Slade School of Art. She has exhibited and been commissioned in the UK and internationally for over 25 years. Solo exhibitions/projects include ‘Le Jardin hospitalier’ (2015) Lille, France; ‘City of Trees’ (2013) at The National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia; ‘Airports For The Lights, Shadows and Particles’ (2011) at the Bluecoat, Liverpool, UK. Group exhibitions include ‘The Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone (2014); ‘This Storm Is What We Call Progress’, Arnolfini, Bristol (2005); ‘The British Art Show’ (1990). Jyll Bradley lives and works in London.

    http://jyllbradley.com

  • Marion Ferguson

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Printmaking

    Marion Ferguson graduated from Glasgow School of Art’s MLitt Fine Art Practice (printmaking pathway) in September 2014. Since completing a six month residency in the remote area of Corgarff, Strathdon, Aberdeenshire she is once again based in Glasgow. Most recently exhibiting as part of the Edinburgh Annuale where she exhibited alongside fellow Mlitt graduates, Ruth Switalski and Belinda Gilbert Scott, with whom she has been accepted to exhibit as part of Glasgow International in 2016.

  • Rohanne Udall

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Fine Art and Performance

    Rohanne Udall is an artist, performer and theatre maker who graduated from the MA Fine Art at The University of Edinburgh in 2014, where she was awarded the Helen A Rose Bequest for Distinguished Work. She has most recently shown work at the Six Foot Gallery, Glasgow, and An Tobar, Mull. As Good Punch, with Fiona Anderson, she has performed at SmashLab XIV, Kelburn Garden Party, and The Arches. Working with Paul Hughes she created the Imaginary Festivals Project with the Forest Fringe and will be devising and performing Partner Dances For One at Camden People’s Theatre in September 2015.

    http://rohanneudall.com/

  • Rosie Isaac

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    Australia, Video/ Performance, Writing

    Rosie Isaac is a Melbourne-based artist engaged with performance, video and writing. Her recent work draws on and reconfigures the official language of public spaces, allegorical texts and casual conversation, in an attempt to negotiate the modes of power at work in these distinct forms. Rosie Isaac completed a BFA (Hons) at Monash University 2014 and studied at the Glasgow School of Art 2011-12. Recent projects include No I couldn’t agree with you more, TCB art inc.; Pardon me, but our position has been struck by lightning, 2014, The Substation; Coming Soon, 2014, West Space.

    http://rosieisaac.com

  • Sally Hackett

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

    UK, Visual Art

    Working on a broad range of projects from Glasgow shrine’s to Hieronymous Bosch re creations, Sally Hackett is a visual artist creating works that interrogate the habitual behavior of our modern society. Through sculpture, drawing and installation themes around hierarchies, iconography and the human condition are explored. With a belief in art as the people’s common ground, Sally explores participatory projects within a socially engaged practice within communities and her own studio. By highlighting the curious and absurd in every day life, the artworks challenge common beliefs, from historical masterpieces to reality TV, always retaining an element of humour.

    http://sallyhackett.co.uk

  • Ben Weir

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Born in Belfast in 1991, Ben Weir studied there for BA Hons Architecture before moving to Glasgow in 2013 to finish his architectural studies and become involved in the art scene.  He has recently completed his architectural thesis: a polemical opposition to the reconstruction of the city palace in Berlin. He has also worked at Forum for Alternative Belfast, a CIC that campaigns for a better, more equitable built environment in Belfast. His practice within fine art has always been working in tandem with architecture, ideas from each discipline supporting and/or questioning the other.

    http://cargocollective.com/benweir

  • Carrie Skinner

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Carrie Skinner received a BA Hons in Fine Art from the Glasgow School of Art in 2009 and completed an MLitt in Theatre Practices at Glasgow University in September 2015. She co-founded The Mutual, producing exhibitions and events for graduates, and has exhibited at SWG3, Intermedia, The Duchy and The Market Gallery.

    Carrie has served on the committee of Transmission Gallery and worked as project assistant for Jacqueline Donachie and Patricia Fleming.  Working with Francis Mckee she coordinated an AHRC funded project ‘The Glasgow Miracle: Material for Alternative Histories’ launching an accessible archive and website at the CCA in 2014.

  • David Mackay

    Graduate Residency 2015

    David Mackay graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design having studied Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practices. The course fused his passion for both creation and discussion. “Learning how to work across various media has widened my technical vocabulary and allowed me to express ideas in an effective way. The philosophical aspect of my degree has not only influenced my ideas, but has also informed the thinking processes behind those ideas. During the course of my studies I had the opportunity to work collaboratively both in Scotland and abroad which has influenced my current direction.”

    http://www.davidevanmackay.com/

  • Dominika Hadelova

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Dominika Hadelova is a visual artist based in Aberdeen. She was born in the Czech Republic in 1991, two years after the Velvet Revolution. Four years ago, she moved to Scotland and co-founded an artist collective called CC. She has recently graduated from the Gray’s School of Art in Contemporary Art Practice/ Printmaking and has gained valuable experience at Singapore Tyler Print Institute as an intern in the workshop. She is enthusiastic about learning new languages and has a passion for artist books and independent magazines. She is currently working on a collaborative ‘zine with photographer Fiona Stephen.

    http://cargocollective.com/hadelova

  • Jordan Pilling

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Jordan Pilling recently graduated from the Sculpture Department at Edinburgh College of Art. He is a studio holder at Rhubaba and a forthcoming committee member of Embassy Gallery. Working across various forms including video, installation, performance and object fabrication, his practice is primarily concerned with the emotional affects of communicative capitalism. From a basis of understanding himself as existing partly as an online entity, he mines the data which he and others create in an attempt to explore a contemporary idea of Self.

    www.jordanpilling.com

  • Katie Schwab

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Katie Schwab’s work is concerned with the politics of living space: how the building, designing, furnishing and inhabiting of rooms can reveal the values, politics and ethics of the people that live there. Her textile works, videos, prints and ceramics explore these ideas through reference to craft production, domestic design and interpersonal relationships. Katie recently completed her MFA at The Glasgow School of Art. She has exhibited at Voidoidarchive (Glasgow), Tate Modern (London), Jerwood Visual Arts Project Space (London) and Breese Little (London), and will be showing in New Contemporaries 2015.

    www.katieschwab.com

  • Mary Hartley

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Mary Hartley’s time at Edinburgh College of Art allowed her to develop as an artist, performer and teacher, all fields she continues to develop and combine now. Her works manifest themselves as talks, events, videos, pilgrimages, costumes and artefacts; blurring the lines between what is historical and what is fictional. Her role as a mentor and student ambassador over the course of three years while studying inspired her to begin experimenting with the unique trust student must place in what is presented as teacher, authority and fact.

    www.salon.io/maryhartley

  • Nabila Attar

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Born in Hamburg, Germany in 1986, Nabila Attar moved to Aberdeen in 2011 to study BA (Hons) Fine Art/Painting at Gray’s School of Art. During 2014 she was on an Erasmus exchange for a semester at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague before graduating in June 2015.

  • Rosie O’Grady

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Rosie O’Grady (born 1990, York, UK) lives and works in Glasgow. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art with BA(Hons) Fine Art: Painting and Printmaking in 2013, and was a Finalist with special commendation for Saatchi’s New Sensations in 2013. Recent exhibitions include forthcoming ‘Over Over Over’, Simone DeSousa Gallery, Detroit; ‘Profile’, Spares, Glasgow (2014); ‘Animal Liminal’, Leyden Gallery, London (2013); ‘New Sensations’, Victoria House, London (2013); ‘Hedges’, Studio 41, Glasgow (2012); ‘Invigilators’, Mackintosh Gallery, Glasgow (2012); ’12x12x12′, Glue Factory, Glasgow (2011) and ‘On The Stage Of The Present’, The Arches, Glasgow (2011).

    www.rosieogrady.co.uk

  • Shannon Mulrey

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Shannon Mulrey is a recent animation graduate of Edinburgh College of Art and works freelance in Glasgow. In her work, she explores a variety of analogue and digital techniques to create the striking and atmospheric visuals for my animation. She attended Listaháskóli Íslands, Reykjavík, where she was able to explore other forms of visual communication and design. Her most recent film Noodle has screened at the Varna Film Festival in Bulgaria and was nominated for a Royal Television Society award.

    www.shannonmulrey.com

  • Vanessa Hindshaw

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Vanessa Hindshaw is a Glasgow based surface pattern, textile designer and illustrator. In 2014 she graduated from The Glasgow School of Art where she specialised in printed textiles. Her practice is craft based in approach and influenced by traditional drawing, hand-printmaking techniques, collage, screen-printing and mixed-media textiles. Her process led practice combines conversational imagery alongside expressive mark making and abstract compositions to create contemporary prints for use in fashion, interior, publishing and paper products. She works in a freelance capacity to develop print designs for international retailers alongside her own practice within illustration and textiles.

    www.vanessahindshaw.co.uk

  • Winnie Herbstein

    Graduate Residency 2015

    Winnie Herbstein is an artist based in Glasgow, working with video, text, performance, sculpture and installation. A graduate from the Environmental Art programme at the Glasgow School of Art in 2014, she was awarded the David Harding prize and invited to show work in the RSA: New Contemporaries at the National Gallery in Edinburgh. After spending a three-month residency period at the SOMA institute in Mexico City, her work has developed towards an investigation into the relationship between moving image and text. This revolves around an ongoing interest in issues of translation, colonisation and the objectification of subjects within these mediums.

    winnieherbstein.com

  • Duncan Marquiss

    Autumn Residency 2015

    Duncan Marquiss graduated from the MFA at Glasgow School of Art in 2005, and undertook the LUX Associate Artist Programme, London in 2009. He has been represented by several galleries including Peter Kilchmann, Zurich. He works predominantly with drawing and film but also writes essays and makes music, maintaining an interest in how methods applied to one medium can be transferred to another. He says that ideas often arise from spotting analogies between discrete topics, or playing on multiple meanings of a word. Recent projects compared innate foraging behaviour with searching in other contexts, such as shopping or browsing databases.

    https://vimeo.com/duncanmarquiss

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  • France-Lise McGurn

    Autumn Residency 2015

    France-lise McGurn graduated from the Royal College of Art, London in 2012. Recent projects include Nos Algae’s, a performance with Kimberley O’Neill and Cara Tolmie at Tramway in Glasgow; The White Hotel a group show at Gimpel Fils, London; and contributed to Love your Parasites, a forthcoming publication edited by Camilla Wills. She will also exhibit as part of Collective Gallery’s Satellite Programme this year and at David Dale Gallery In May.

    http://francelisemcgurn.info/

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  • Holly White

    Autumn Residency 2015

    Holly White is an artist living and working in London. She graduated from MA Material and Visual Culture, at the anthropology department, UCL, London, in 2014. She works in digital media, sculpture, text, performance and video and is one half of music project Goth Tech. Her recent exhibitions include No One is Going to Go There Anymore, Evelyn Yard (solo exhibition); Young London 2013, V22, London; Ocean Living, Arcadia_Missa, London; Net Narrative, Carlos Ishikawa, London; and The New Deal, LimaZulu, London (solo exhibition).

    http://www.holly-white.com/

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  • Jamie Shovlin

    Autumn Residency 2015

    Jamie Shovlin graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2003. He is interested in the tension between reality and invention and history and memory, questioning how information becomes authoritative and the way that we map and classify the world in order to understand it. Recent solo exhibitions include Hiker Meat, Cornerhouse, Manchester, 2014; How most of what you know is reconstruction, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, 2013; The Evening Redness in the West, Haunch of Venison, Zurich, 2009 and In Search of Perfect Harmony, Tate Britain, London, 2006. Shovlin released his first feature film, Rough Cut, in 2013.

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  • Rehana Zaman

    Autumn Residency 2015

    Rehana Zaman’s videos and performances take up anecdotes and short stories to examine moments of socio-political resonance. Narratives are often generated through collaboration, a process that determines both the subject and structure of the work. Solo commissions include Some Women, Other Women and all the Bittermen, The Tetley, Leeds and I, I, I, I and I,  Studio Voltaire, London. She has exhibited at the Whitechapel Gallery, The Showroom, Tenderpixel, London, ‘Projections’ Art Rotterdam, Baro, Sao Paulo and Scaramouche, New York. She graduated from Goldsmiths with an MFA in Fine Art in 2011 and was a LUX Associate Artist from 2012-2013.

    https://vimeo.com/rehanazaman

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  • Urara Tsuchiya

    Autumn Residency 2015

    Urara Tsuchiya works mainly with performance, video, and live events, often incorporating soft sculptures, costumes, masks, and home cooking. These function as props to set up an alternate environment for out of the ordinary behaviour to take place. She studied at Goldsmiths College and Glasgow School of Art and has exhibited at Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh; Project Room and Transmission, Glasgow. She is based in Glasgow and is currently preparing for a solo show at Queen’s Park Railway Club in April 2015 and organizing a house exhibition and events centered around domestic sexuality in April 2015.

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  • Bianca Baldi

    ROSL Scholars 2015

    Bianca Baldi’s installations stem from an image making practice where borrowed and lost narratives are fashioned incorporating film, photography and collage. She grew up in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa and studied at the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town, followed by postgraduate studies at the Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main and IUAV University of Venice. Her most recent solo exhibition was Zero Latitude at the Goethe Institut, Johannesburg (2014). Baldi’s work has featured in recent group exhibitions at Kunstverein Braunschweig, Germany (2015); Videobrasil São Paulo, Brazil (2015); KZNSA, Durban, South Africa (2015); Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt (2015); and 8th Berlin Biennale of Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany (2014).

    http://www.biancabaldi.net/

    http://www.avfestival.co.uk/

  • Dineo Seshee Bopape

    ROSL Scholars 2015

    Dineo Seshee Bopape is an artist living and working in South Africa. Dineo’s work brings together painting, drawing, video, performance and sculpture tackling themes such as sex, gender, speculation, and particularly, psychology. Recent exhibitions and screenings include: We need the memories of all our members, Hordaland Kunstenter, Bergen, Norway (2015); diagno: tocolo, M.1 Hohenlockstedt, Germany (2015) and The Film Will Always Be With You: South African Artists On Screen, Tate Modern, London (2015). She has a forthcoming exhibition at Hayward Gallery, London (2015).

    http://seshee.blogspot.co.uk/

    http://www.collectivegallery.net/

  • Tamara Henderson

    ROSL Scholars 2015

    Tamara Henderson is an artist from Sackville who lives and works in Stockholm and Vancouver.  She studied at NSCAD and Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main and she holds a Master’s from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Henderson frequently works collaboratively and has been included in a number of exhibitions both on her own and as part of a duo or group.  She recently exhibited in 2014 in two-person show Sans Tete au Monde at Kunsthall Stavanger, Norway, and in a solo exhibition at Rodeo, London.  Her work has also been exhibited A1C Gallery, St. John’s, Canada at Western Front, the Walter Phillips Gallery, Kunstverein Nürnberg and Documenta 13. In 2013 Henderson was shortlisted for the Sobey Art Award.

    http://rodeo-gallery.com/artists/tamara-henderson/

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  • Katrin Mayer

    Goethe Scholar Autumn 2015

    Katrin Mayer (b. 1974 Oberstdorf) studied at Karlsruhe and then Hamburg, graduating in 2006. Since this time she has both lectured and created exhibition projects with a focus on fabric, gender and politics. Recent projects include Forbidden Symmetries(European Kunsthalle, Semperdepot, Vienna, 2015) which combined ideas about lace-making as decoration built through geometric calculation and other types of structural rules including quasicrystalline patterns;Screens (part of Projekt 25/25/25 for Kunsthalle Bielefeld, 2014) which was an installation of linen wall-hangings and a printed text work ; and Rose Fortune, (Ludlow38, MINI / Goethe-Institut, New York, 2014) which was inspired by the Lower East Side’s Garment District’s history of workers’ rights and the democratisation of women’s clothing.

    http://katrinmayer.net/

  • Alice Wilson

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Since graduating with a BA from Loughborough University School of Art & Design in 2005 Alice Wilson has lived and worked in London, maintaining a studio practice and exhibiting. She graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Wimbledon School of Art in 2011. She has worked part time within a school for eight years and in recent years her career as an artist and an educator have become more connected.

    http://www.alicewilson.org

    http://www.frame-alicewilson.org

     

  • Anna McLauchlan

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Anna McLauchlan teaches human-environment and cultural Geography with the School of Applied Social Sciences, University of Strathclyde, and occasionally on the Masters of Fine Art programme at the Glasgow School of Art. She originally studied Time Based Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design graduating in 1997. Following that she served on the committee of Glasgow’s Transmission Gallery and has subsequently trained in environmental studies (Masters and PhD) and hatha yoga. She is currently involved with the artist-run group The Strickland Distribution and, drawing on her yoga teaching and practice, has begun to undertake participatory talks.

  • Annie Crabtree

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Annie Crabtree graduated with a BA in Environmental Art from the Glasgow School of Art in 2012. She is a practicing artist and producer based in Glasgow, currently involved in both Picture Window public art project and The Atlantic Cable network. Over the past two years she presented work within events at Talbot Rice Gallery and Rhubaba in Edinburgh and The Whiskey Bond and The Old Hairdressers in Glasgow. Her work incorporates geography, video, projection, and sound to examine the subjective nature of place, and how it socially constructed, conceived, and performed in collective cultural understanding.

    http://www.anniecrabtree.com

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  • Caroline Inckle

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Caroline Inckle graduated from Moray School of Art in 2012. Recent exhibitions include: RE:Production, solo show at 1 Royal Terrace Glasgow, 2014; Hidden Door Festival, Market St Edinburgh, 2014; and RSA New Contemporaries at the Royal Scottish Academy Edinburgh, 2013. During 2013 Caroline also took part in residencies at The Scottish Sculpture Workshop and Inshriach Bothy. Awards include the David and June Gordon memorial trust award, 2013, and the HI-Arts award for artists and makers, 2012 & 2013. She has a forthcoming exhibition at The Scottish Sculpture Park in Argyll.

    http://www.carolineinckle.com

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  • Ingrid Mostrey

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Ingrid Mostrey was born in Ostend and has been living and working between Berlin and Ostend since 1985. She has studied decorative arts and sculpture at Ecole Nationale des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, University of the Arts in Berlin, Higher Institute for Fine Arts in Gent and Higher Institute of Fine Arts in Antwerp. Her most recent exhibitions include at National Fisheries Museum, Oostduinkerke; Centre for Contemporary Art, Aalst; Kunstverein Ulm and Villa Durckheim, Weimar. Projects over the last ten years have been located at the interface between art and science with long periods interviewing and working with scientists studying the North Sea.

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  • Joanna Peace

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Joanna Peace (b. 1982, UK) is an artist and writer based in Glasgow. Her recent projects include HOUSE VISIT, a residency in The Hague funded by the a-n New Collaborations Bursary and a paper on the medieval hermit Suster Bertken delivered at the interdisciplinary symposium Buildings & the Body at Southampton University. Joanna is a regular Visiting Lecturer at the Glasgow School of Art and has delivered workshops for the Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Depot Arts and Project Ability.

    https://joanna-peace.squarespace.com/

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  • Lucy May Schofield

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Lucy May Schofield is an artist working primarily with paper and print. At the core of her practice is an attempt to capture moments, she does this through a process of focussing on the overlooked and consistently documenting vulnerability, fallibility, impermanence. She records these moments of the unspoken – the space between what is seen and what is read – in the form of prints, paintings, interventions and artist books.
    Working across various print forms, from letterpress, etching, woodblock, mono print, silkscreen, risograph, photography and photocopy, she is committed to creating a dialogue between artist and audience through narrative and print.

    http://www.lucymayschofield.com

  • Nikki Kane

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Nikki Kane makes use of curation, facilitation, performance and installation in order to create provoking and engaging experiences.  Her work draws attention to constructs that are present within our surroundings and creates questions and conversation around notions of place and space, visual symbols, and social structures.  She graduated in History of Art from the University of Glasgow in 2010, and is currently completing a Masters of Research at Glasgow School of Art. In 2014 she took part in residencies with The Bothy Project (Isle of Eigg), Ptarmigan (Tallinn), and Radical Intention (Florence) and is a current committee member of Market Gallery.

    http://www.nikkikane.co.uk

  • Phill Wilson-Perkin

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Born in Wales, Phill Wilson-Perkin now live and work in London. After graduating from Chelsea College of Art and Design with an MA Fine Art in 2007 he has taken part in exhibitions nationally and internationally. In 2012 he was awarded a travel grant to partake in the Corbin Union Residency in Canada. 2014 projects included Sex Shop at the Folkestone Fringe; Call and Response in Oxfordshire and at Dynamo Arts in Vancouver; and Knock Knock an edition of 100 7” records produced by 24 HITS.

    http://www.wilsonperkin.com

  • Rachel Barron

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Rachel Barron is a Glasgow-born artist, whose work encompasses print, sculpture and installation, often characterised by vibrant colours and geometric forms. She graduated from BA Painting at Edinburgh College of Art in 2011. Her work is largely site-specific, made in response to the architecture and environment of a particular place. Recent projects have seen galleries transformed into temporary print workshops, which invite the public to contribute their own artwork to the exhibition.

    Rachel Barron also works on design commissions and collaborations, including printed publications, graphic identity and bespoke furniture for exhibition display. She is now based in Gothenburg, Sweden.

    http://www.rachelbarron.co.uk

  • Sabine Hagmann

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    Sabine Hagmann works with photography, video, words, sound and people. She also creates interactive situations often in collaboration with others, such as Blackbox, ARTSCHOOL/UK, the residency project Rotationsatelier and a series of participatory events and performances with the female artist group mit.

    Hagmann graduated from the School of Art in Zurich with a degree in Photography and with an MA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College London in 2000. She has been teaching since 2001 and is Head of the Foundation Program at the F+F School of Art and Design in Zurich.

    http://www.re-title.com/artists/sabine-hagmann.asp

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  • The Dotted Q

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2015

    The Dotted Q is a collaboration between Bristol-based performance artist Thom Scullion and Glasgow-based visual artist Lorraine Hamilton. They make interactive artworks that invite the audience to become active protagonists within the immersive worlds they create. Working within the borderlands of theatre, visual art and game-design, The Dotted Q have created street games, immersive performances, interactive installations and transmedia stories. Their mission is to make work that people can feel part of in a very real way, to tell compelling stories that can’t be completed without the audience’s direct input.

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  • Carla Scott Fullerton

    Summer Residency 2015

    Carla Scott Fullerton was born in Edinburgh in 1980 and works and lives in Glasgow. She attended the Glasgow School of Art from 2006 to 2008 and graduated with a Master of Fine Arts. In 2008, she received a Glasgow Sculpture Studios MFA Graduate Fellowship Prize. Solo shows include: DOCU-PRESS 4, Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium, 2014; Occupying Forms, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow; Hard edge, Soft line, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, 2012; Every Which Way, Chert, Berlin, 2011. Group shows include You’re my wife now, Infernoesque project space, Berlin, 2013; Every Day, GoMA, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

    www.carlascottfullerton.com

  • Chris Fite-Wassilak

    Summer Residency 2015

    Ken Cargill Writer’s Fellowship

    Chris Fite-Wassilak is a writer, critic and curator based in London. He is a regular contributor to Art Monthly, Art Papers, Art Review and frieze. Recent publications include Out of Time, Out of Place: Public Art (Now) (ed. Claire Doherty, Art/Books and Situations, 2015) and Curating Subjects III: Curating Research (eds. Paul O’Neill and Mick Wilson, Open Editions, 2015). Current curatorial projects include hmn, a quarterly peripatetic event co-organised with Anne Tallentire. He is currently working on a book for the Copy Press ‘Common Intellectual’ Series, under the provisional title The ah ha crystal.

    http://www.growgnome.com

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  • Conal McStravick

    Summer Residency 2015

    Conal McStravick was born in 1979 and raised in Lurgan, Northern Ireland and lived in Glasgow from 1998 to 2010 where he studied at Glasgow School of Art and served on the Transmission Gallery committee. He moved to London in 2011 as a LUX Associate Artist. Since 2013 he has been developing research on Stuart Marshall and LGBTQ video. I work part-time in Koenig Books, a specialist Art and Design bookstore.

    https://vimeo.com/user10945344/videos 

  • Kirsty Hendry

    Summer Residency 2015

    Kirsty Hendry is an artist living and working between Glasgow and Edinburgh, and is currently a co-director of EMBASSY Gallery. Forthcoming projects include Cursor, a commission by New Media Scotland’s Alt-W award, and a written contribution to Gnommero: Multiplicity. Recent writing projects include The Process of Content and Studio Jamming at Cooper Gallery Dundee. Kirsty has recently participated in Undercurrents Issue 4 and A Romance of Zero Dimensions, as part of The Garden of Forking Paths, The Pipe Factory, Glasgow; Generator Printhouse , Generator Projects, Dundee; 23 Components for a Book, Royal College of Art, London.

    https://vimeo.com/98644821

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  • Paul Becker

    Summer Residency 2015

    Paul Becker was born in 1967 in Windsor and brought up in Cornwall and then the Lincolnshire coast. He was educated at Kingston Poly and the Slade and graduated in 1997. He has lived in Antwerp and in Berlin but now runs the first year of the Fine Art BA at Newcastle University. He has been writing for the past five years and came to writing through reading and through painting.

    www.paulbecker.org.uk

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  • Sacha Waldron

    Summer Residency 2015

    Sacha Waldron is a writer and curator based between London and Manchester. In 2012 she completed a Curatorial MA and worked as curatorial fellow at Arnolfini, Bristol. After six months on a writing and curatorial residency at Nida Art Colony, Lithuania, she moved to Margate to take over programming at CRATE Studios whilst completing a CAS fellowship at The Hunterian, Glasgow. Writing has always been central to her practice, she currently works as art editor for The Skinny NW and writes for other publications. She is interested in the crossovers between writing about art, critique and writing as creative process.

    http://blog.point101.com

     

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  • Toby Christian

    Summer Residency 2015

    Toby Christian graduated from the Royal Academy Schools, London, in 2012, and was awarded the Gold Medal. Recent solo exhibitions include ‘A Belgian Fence’, RH Contemporary Art, New York (2014), and ‘The Tread and the Rise’, Bar Galeria, São Paulo, (2013). Recent group exhibitions include ‘Quiz’, Galeries Poirel; Nancy, curated by Robert Stadler and Alexis Vaillant (2014); ‘Disappearance’, NAM project, Milan (2013) and ‘Unseen Blows’, Seventeen, London (2012). In 2012 he gave a reading titled ‘His Articular Lung’ at Waterstones Piccadilly, and in 2013, ‘Measures’, a ninety-six page book of his writing, was published by Koenig Books.

    www.tobychristian.com

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  • Julie Favreau

    ROSL Scholars 2014

    Canada – selected with the Edinburgh Arts Festival

    Julie Favreau’s practice, located at the crossroads of visual art and choreography, is based on inventing gestures out of objects (sculptures) or, conversely, on inventing sculptures out of gestures. Her projects take on different forms, such as installation, video, sculpture, performance, and photography. In 2012, Favreau received the Claudine and Stephen Bronfman Fellowship in Contemporary Art and was long listed for the Sobey Art Award.

    http://www.juliefavreau.com/

    http://www.edinburghartfestival.com/

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  • Song-Ming Ang

    ROSL Scholars 2014

    Singapore – selected with Camden Arts  Centre

    Song-Ming Ang is based in Berlin and Singapore. He graduated from Goldsmiths College, London with an MA Aural & Visual Cultures in 2009 following a BA in English Literature at the National University of Singapore. Our relationships to making and listening to music are key to Ang’s approach, with musical instruments being made and deconstructed in video pieces like Parts and Labour, 2012; and shared experience of listening to music being part of his event-based projects like Guilty Pleasures, 2007 and ongoing. Recent projects include at 14th Istanbul Biennial: Saltwater; a solo exhibition Do-It-Yourself at Camden Arts Centre; and a group exhibition Ritornello, at Darb 1718 in Cairo in 2015. Since 2010 he has undertaken residencies in Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Germany; ARCUS Project, Japan and Gertrude Contemporary, Australia.

    http://www.circadiansongs.com/

    http://www.camdenartscentre.org/

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  • Catherine Street

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Visual Art, Live Art

    Catherine Street is a visual artist based in Scotland. Her work consists of layers of experience: she often incorporates her own body into an installation setting that has video, audio, drawn, sculptural, and written elements. Street focuses on themes of transformation and to the relationship between matter, thought, emotion and sensation. Her recent projects include a commission for a Cultural Olympiad exhibition, Human Race, which culminated in a collaborative performance and screening event, a publication entitled Your Body of Objects. She has made work for performance festivals and gallery exhibitions in Scotland and further afield – including in Prague, Bergen and New York.

    http://catherinestreet.net/

  • Georgina Porteous

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Site Specific Installation and Performance

    Georgina Porteous is an Artist from Glasgow, currently based between the Highlands and Berlin. Porteous’ installations use film, automatic drawing, found texts, objects, conversation, sound sculpture and performance. Inspired by collectives in Berlin, Porteous launched Insertion Collective in February 2012.

    http://www.georginaporteous.com/

    https://vimeo.com/user5735883

  • Imogene Newland and Paula Guzzanti

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    Argentina/UK, Music and Choreography

    Imogene Newland is an multidisciplinary artist, choreographer and creator of original contemporary performance. Paula Guzzanti was trained in ballet and contemporary dance at the National School of Dance ‘Jorge Donn’ in Buenos Aires, works as a dance facilitator for Sports Northern Ireland on the Active Communities programme teaching dance in the community and is a freelance performer and choreographer. Their collaborative work aims to foster new departures in creative practice between the fields of music and dance with a view to establishing a new kind of ‘choreo-musical’ performance research.

    http://www.imogene-newland.co.uk/index.php

    http://www.paulaguzzanti.com/#1

  • Jes Fernie

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Curating

    Jes Fernie is an independent curator and writer based in Colchester, East Anglia. She has worked with galleries, architectural practices and public realm organisations on public programmes, commissioning schemes and residency projects across the UK. Working primarily beyond gallery walls, she is interested in an expansive idea of contemporary artistic practice, which encompasses dialogue, research, engagement and serendipity.

    Fernie has worked with organisations including firstsite, Tate, Peer, Serpentine Gallery, Olympic Delivery Authority, Hawkins\Brown Architects, St Paul’s Cathedral, Central St Martins, University of Essex and the RCA.

     

    http://www.jesfernie.com/

    PDF of Destruction publication relating to Jes Fernie’s research during her residency at Hospitalfield

  • Leesa Streifler

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    Canada, Visual Art, Painting

    Leesa Streifler’s studio practice in the areas of painting, drawing, text and digital imaging explores subjectivity and feminist interpretations of contemporary experience including identity, body image, aging, illness, mothering practice and family relationships. Streifler is represented in numerous public collections including the Canada Council Art Bank and The National Gallery of Canada. She is currently a senior member of staff of the Visual Arts department at the University of Regina.

    http://www.uregina.ca/finearts/faculty-staff/faculty/f-streifler-leesa.html

    http://www.sknac.ca/index.php?page=ArtistDetail&id=59

  • Lenore Bell

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Writing

    Originally from Brooklyn, Leonore Bell has been living in St Andrews since 2009. Her last major project was her PhD thesis – a half critical, half creative work; the critical half about fictionalized depictions of 9/11 and the creative half a novella about the Bijlmerramp, a Dutch air disaster that occurred in 1992. Bell is interested in topics such as gentrification, criminology, disaster and conflict.

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/english/people/postgraduates/phd/bell/

  • Louise McVey

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Ceramic Sculpture, Music

    Louise McVey is a singer, songwriter and sculptural ceramic artist. Since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 1999, Louise has been working in the fields of both ceramics and music. She has exhibited and performed in Canada, Austria, Ireland, France, Norway, Germany and Luxembourg. Louise’s approach to Ceramics is sculptural and multi disciplinary, primarily concerned with fundamental aspects of the human condition, in particular imagination, literature, and our relationship to the natural world.

    http://www.louisemcvey.co.uk/

    http://www.waspsstudios.org.uk/artists/447

  • Mark Wallace

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Printmaking, Music

    Mark Wallace is an artist, producer, DJ and Lecturer currently working in the School of Fine Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design. He is interested in elements of the human experience such as identity, memory, philosophy, religion, behaviour and language. His explores the media of sound art, film and music production, looking at the inter-relationships of sound and image. Editions and multiple art, records/DJ culture, film, posters, books, new media technology, ‘fake’ products, collage, design, street art, text, graphic novels and comic strips all cinfluence and feature in his creative practice.

    http://www.thisismarkwallace.co.uk/#

  • Mhari McMullan

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Design, Curating

    Mhari McMullan, a graduate of Textile Design (specialising in print) at Central Saint Martins (2003), works by applying the same ideas and techniques to a variety of materials, with the focus being on pattern and print within textile design. There is a playful variation in scale, imagery and technique in McMullan’s work, contrasting small and large, delicate and bold, illustrative and sculptural. McMullan also owns, curates and manages Welcome Home at CCA Glasgow, a creative retail space and showcase for craft, design and illustration.

    http://welcomehome.bigcartel.com/

    https://instagram.com/mhari_mcmullan/

  • Tamsin Casswell

    Interdisciplinary Residency November 2014

    UK, Embroidery, Textiles, Sculpture

    A graduate of Goldsmiths’ MFA in Art Practice, Tamsin Casswell is interested in the balance between everyday and abstract minimalism, drawing inspiration from the way materials meet in architecture; repairs, solutions and display in the landscape; colour, proportion, surface and shape in unconsidered places. She incorporates a variety of materials into her work, including off-cuts from dry cleaner alteration stands. Casswell spent a number of years working as a production manager at Tracey Emin’s studio, and is now Project Coordinator at London Craft Week.

    http://www.tamsincasswell.com/

  • Ailsa Sutcliffe

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Ailsa Sutcliffe is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art’s Communication Design programme. She has experience in set design, curating, costume design and three dimensional, installation-based work in addition to working with traditional methods such as printmaking and drawing.

    http://a-sutcliffe.tumblr.com/

  • Alex Sarkisian

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Working with sculpture, film and drawing, Alex Sarkisian is interested in the functionality of objects, human gestures and the confinements of specific spaces that direct animate and inanimate movement. His practice is motivated by looking at the position of a maker (and film maker) as an intermediary between the observer and the observed, and a play between the demonstrative, the experiential, and the gestural in relation to every day occurrences that are both banal and extraordinary.

    http://www.alexsarkisian.com/

  • Alison Scott

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Alison Scott’s practice incorporates drawing, sculpture and text pieces, and mainly manifests photographically. The work suggests the uncertainty of matter, language and image. By re-appropriating found and domestic objects, Scott aims to address our connection to raw materials such as coal, oil, and lead. She wants to research more thoroughly how this connection, or indeed disconnection, has been changing with de-industrialisation in Scotland and the UK, and to examine the relationship between the industrial and the domestic. The juxtaposition of the exotic and the local is central in the work’s imagery. For example, masking a base material with a precious one; questioning the authority and truth of the material or image that is being presented.

    https://alisonjscott.wordpress.com/

  • Amy Pickles

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Amy Pickles works with physical language of performance, investigating social roles and gestural codes. She is interested in the ways in which we learn and remember movement through the creation of art and the process of collaboration. Motivated by an interest in movement and gesture, Pickles has completed many unique research projects, including a residency spent observing the gestural codes of scientists at work in a laboratory.

    http://amypickles.co.uk/

  • Dorian Braun

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Dorian Braun graduated in from Duncan of Jordanstone College in 2013. Recent works have included creating a phone detonated meteorite shower, where audience members could phone a balloon on the roof of a building, that would then pop and release a real meteorite into the audience. In another recent work, Braun brought earth containing gold particles into a gallery and separated the gold from the dirt with participation of gallery visitors. For another performance, he created plasma (the main constituent of the sun) with a microwave oven to try and understand what fuels organic life on this planet. Braun is a recipient of the Royal Scottish Academy’s John Kin Ross Scholarship and was featured in the Royal Scottish Academy’s New Contemporaries 2014.

    http://cargocollective.com/dorianjosebraun

  • Ewan Murray

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Ewan Murray’s practice is rooted in the language of painting. His paintings explore a variety of subjects, styles and references, yet each work remains tied to the axis of the investigation; the idea that a painting is not a fixed surface but rather a versatile space for thought. Murray’s paintings invoke domestic objects, silhouettes, landscapes and faces. Different textures and techniques – speckled flecks of paint, impressionistic daubs, scraped marks, thin fluid lines, congealed accumulations and controlled geometric forms – are incorporated and juxtaposed. Murray is a graduate of Glasgow School of Art’s Painting and Printmaking degree programme, and a recipient of the 2013 Cheong Kam Hee Art Prize.

    http://griffinartprize.com/uk/griffin-art-prize-2015/artist/murray-ewan-2015

  • Fran Gordon

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Fran Gordon’s work revolves around the themes of image reproduction, re-presentation and fabrication of knowledge. Relating this notion to found imagery both from books and online, Gordon explores how images are used for documentation and can be considered to be reliable sources of information; sometimes without any questioning of their realness. Gordon is interested in the digital consumption and reproduction of images and how the scope in which manipulating found imagery can change contexts and meaning; multiplying and degrading their aura.

    http://frangordon.co.uk/

  • Jasper Coppes

    Graduate Residency 2014

    A graduate of Glasgow School of Art’s MLitt Sculpture degree programme, Jasper Coppes is interested in notions of image and memory, and in the life and deterioration of objects. Recent exhibitions include Vertiges at Le Micro Onde, Paris and All The Way Back at New Shelter Plan, Copenhagen (2014). Coppes was also a recipient of the Prins Bernhard Cultuur Fund Scholarship (2013-2014).

    http://jaspercoppes.com/

  • Jessica Ramm

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Jessica Ramm is interested in setting up processes that have no definite beginning or end: chemical reactions, or objects upon which physical forces are exerted. By doing this she is able to explore the plasticity of the material world, scrutinizing human anxiety as experienced in the face of elemental forces. Ramm graduated from Edinburgh College of Art’s MFA Sculpture programme in 2014, and has exhibited at The Fleming Collection, London and Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh (2013) among others.

    http://www.jessicaramm.com/

  • Kirsty McQueen

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Jeweller and silversmith Kirsty McQueen’s work is inspired by the Scottish landscape and its history and folklore. She gathers sources from archaeological and historical texts and collects and gathers natural found objects such as bones, teeth, wood and stones, which inspire her designs. Her work aims to be sensitive to both an ancient and contemporary aesthetic whilst also playfully ambiguous; inspiring confidence in the wearer that comes from an ancient instinct and evokes a sense of fantasy, magic and otherworldliness.

    http://kirstymcqueen.co.uk/

  • Morgan Cahn

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Morgan Cahn’s practice is motivated by an interest in science and technology. Cahn encourages interaction within her site responsive installations and her performances involve a participatory element. She has worked in many mediums including film, textiles, printmaking, sculpture and text. Cahn is part of the curatorial collective Yuck ‘n Yum, which put on art events across Scotland. Recent exhibitions include Modern Naturalis at SMART Gallery, Aberdeen (awarded through RSA: New Contemporaries, 2015) and A Nail, A Knife & A Needle: an exhibition in three acts at DJCAD sculpture shed, Dundee (2013).

    http://www.morgancahn.com/

  • Robyn Benson

    Graduate Residency 2014

    Benson’s work involves placing simple objects together to create states of equilibrium; she reduces her medium down to very basic materials such as bricks, wood, plastic, and string. Benson incorporates Tumblr into her daily practice as a sculptor and often refers to diagrams of engineers, architects, and mathematicians in her work. Recent exhibitions include From A Horizontal Line, St Margarets House, Edinburgh (2015) and Design Assumptions and Actual Outcomes, Glasgow (2014).

    http://www.robyn-benson.com/

    http://robynbenson.tumblr.com/

  • Aaron Angell

    Autumn Residency 2014

    Aaron Angell graduated with a BA from Slade School of Art in 2011. His 2014 exhibitions and projects include a solo presentation, I will turn your money green, at the kestnergesellschaft in Hanover solo presentation, as part of ‘Pool: Kunst aus London’; Die Marmory Showat Deborah Schamoni in Munich and Troy Town Art Pottery, a radical and psychedelic ceramic studio for artists, founded in October 2013 by the Angell. In 2013 he presented Raga for Fishwife a solo exhibition at World Class Boxing in Miami and a two person show with Jack Bilbo at SWG3 Glasgow. Working in ceramics, wall drawings and paintings Angell’s works are at once formal and formless, carefully constructed and carelessly concluded.

    Aaron used residency and production bursary to prepare for a solo exhibition scheduled at Studio Voltaire, London in 2015.

    http://www.aaronangell.com

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  • Ian Law

    Autumn Residency 2014

    Ian Law graduated from Royal College of Art with an MA Painting in 2009. In 2014 he will have a solo exhibition at the Laura Bartlett Gallery in London and in the last two years he has exhibited at VI, VII in Oslo and at Rodeo in Istanbul. His recent practice has revolved around the nature of the art object and its movement between spaces; and how the (re)placement and integration of these impacts upon a viewer.

    http://www.ianlaw.org

  • Kari Robertson

    Autumn Residency 2014

    Kari Robertson’s practice is informed by empirical research methodologies and Marxist and post-structuralist approaches to film making, with fundamental concerns relating to speech, subjectivity and cultural symbolism. Robertson is interested in alternative forms of articulation and investigation outside of visual and auditory pedagogical frameworks.

    https://vimeo.com/user7339246

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  • Lorna Macintyre

    Autumn Residency 2014

    Lorna MacIntyre graduated from the MFA programme at Glasgow School of Art in 2007. She has a forthcoming solo exhibition at Mount Stuart, Bute as part of GENERATION, 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland, and a two person show with Zin Taylor at 221a in Vancouver. The relationship between materials, process and language is a central to MacIntyre’s work.

    http://www.marymarygallery.co.uk/index.php/artists/lorna_macintyre/

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  • Lucy Clout

    Autumn Residency 2014

    Lucy Clout gained her MA Sculpture at Royal College of Art in 2009) and her BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, in 2004. In 2014 Clout was a shortlisted artists for the Jerwood/Film and Video Umbrella Awards which included exhibitions at Jerwood Space in London and at CCA in Glasgow. She had a solo exhibition entitled Shrugging Offing at Limoncello in London and exhibited at Oriel Sycharth Gallery in Wrexham and BACKLIT in Nottingham in 2013.

    http://www.limoncellogallery.co.uk/artists/lucy-clout.html

  • Michelle Naismith

    Autumn Residency 2014

    A graduate of Glasgow School of Art’s MFA programme and École des Beaux Arts de Nantes, Michelle Naismith has built her practice working mainly with film and video. Blending fiction with reality, Naismith often places herself in her work, and her films often include her friends, family and acquaintances. Recent exhibitions include Grand Opening, a 2 person show at Tonus, Paris (2014) and The Dark Side of the Night, curated by Art Affairs and Documents Foundation, Plodiv, Bulgaria (2014).

    http://www.michellenaismith.com/

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  • Scott Massey

    Autumn Residency 2014

    Scott Massey graduated with an  MA Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2011. During 2013 he presented work at Granby Park in Dublin,  T-A-P in Southend and Nurtureart in New York.  Taking the idea of magic and language as its starting point, his current work is concerned with objects and meaning and how importance comes to be invested in things.

    http://www.scott-massey.co.uk

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  • Andy Campbell

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    UK, Architecture

    Andy Campbell is a Design Tutor in Year 1 Architectural Studies at University of Strathclyde. He is a co-founder of Dress For The Weather, an architecture and public art practice which seeks to construct buildings which are equipped for their climate, culture, and economy and public art which experiments with the spatial conditions and existing fabric of its environment.

    http://www.dressfortheweather.co.uk/

  • Anja Majnaric

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    Croatia, Literary Translation

    Anja Majnaric’s career in literary translation started when she entered a translation workshop at the Festival of European Short Story and won first prize. Since then, Majnaric has translated many novels and graphic novels and has worked translating book reviews and essays for Croatian Radio 3. Majnaric has completed residencies at the OMI Arts Center in New York (2013) and at Tyrone Guthrie Centre in Annaghmakerrig, Ireland (2005). Her work was exhibited at the Annual Exhibition of Literary Translations in 2012.

  • Birthe Jorgensen

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    Denmark,  Installation

    Birthe Jorgensen is an installation artist with a background in cross-disciplinary theatre. She is interested in how sacred and secular spaces are created in a globalised age; in the architecture and language surrounding ‘otherness’ and geographical displacement and in the workings of time, loss and memory. Birthe is a visiting tutor at Glasgow School of Art. In the past she has also taught and lectured at Iceland Academy of the Arts and spoken about her work and research at Universidade Nova in Lisbon; Transmission Gallery and CCA, Glasgow and at Tallinn Art Hall in Estonia.

    http://www.birthejorgensen.com/

  • Christine Goodman

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    UK, Printmaking

    Christine is a painter and printmaker who studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and graduated with BA Hons and Masters in Fine art. She has exhibited in Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and Perth as well as internationally in Brasil, China, Sweden and Lithuania. Christine’s aim is to create works that will have presence but at the same time transform space through their qualities of stillness, sensual lightness and shadow.

    http://www.waspsstudios.org.uk/artists/11906#profile-artist

  • Libby Hague

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    Canada, Puppetry, Sculpture

    Toronto-based artist Libby Hague’s work examines humane and complex social relationships in a precarious and interconnected world. Her concerns, curiosity and love of invention have led her to a hybrid practice of printmaking, installation and animation. She has a BFA (Honours) from SWWU, now Concordia University. Her work looks at how, without an external code, we determine and maintain humane social relationships. Hague explores poetic and material equivalents for moral and existential challenges. Her hybrid practice often involves the use of rudimentary puppets. Part creature and part object, the puppets stand and sit in a lower-case ideal of continued effort. By moving them, they are given a half-life that engenders in us a strange empathy and impatience. Hague is a member of the Gifts + Occupations Collective.

    http://www.libbyhague.com/

    http://www.giftsandoccupations.ca/#!about/c1sux

  • Mireille Bourgeois

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    Canada,  Contemporary Art Curation

    Mireille Bourgeois has independently curated and contributed to programs internationally and throughout Canada, as well as published critical writing for Visual Arts News, Creative Times Press, C-Magazine, and the Canadian Film Institute. Her research explores themes on synesthesia, nonsense, the sublime and stupidity, with research currently underway in the field of BioArt. She is the publisher and contributing writer for an artist monograph titled Permanent Revolution: Istvan Kantor (2014). Recent and upcoming projects include (im)mobile, an exhibit of Edith Flückiger and Germaine Koh’s artwork co-curated with Chantal Molleur (2016).

    https://mireillebourgeois.wordpress.com/

  • Uma Ray

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    India, Visual Art

    Uma Ray is an artist based in Kolkata, India. Notable works and exhibitions have included Where the River Meets its People (Negotiating Routes: Ecologies of Byways III), a community based project supported by KHOJ International Artist Workshop which focussed on the tribal population of the Domahani region and their relationship with the Subaranarekha and Kharkai rivers. The project aimed to highlight how these tribes have settled at the confluence of the rivers and how their economic, social and cultural practices revolve around these water bodies. Uma Ray is currently Senior Associate at Unbound Studio, Kolkata.

    http://www.urbandialogues.com/artists/Uma.htm

  • Yael Brotman

    Interdisciplinary Residency August 2014

    Canada, Visual Art

    Yael Brotman is a print-based artist also working with drawing and sculpture, currently based in Toronto. She has received grants from Toronto and Ontario Arts Councils, and her work is represented in the collections of the Canada Council Art Bank, The Universities of Alberta and Toronto, Ernst and Young, the Department of Foreign Affairs, Canada and the Toronto Stock Exchange among others. Past exhibitions have included Build… Build Better (2015) at Zion Schoolhouse, Toronto (with Gifts + Occupations Collective) and Summer (2014) at Lift Ground Gallery, Huntsville. Brotman teaches in the Studio program at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

    http://www.yaelbrotman.com/

    http://www.giftsandoccupations.ca/#!about/c1sux

  • Allison Gibbs

    Summer Residency 2014

    Allison Gibbs is an Australian artist who has been based in Glasgow since 2007. She completed her MFA at The Glasgow School of Art in 2013, with an Erasmus Exchange at The Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, NL. Allison works with 16mm film, video, writing, sculpture and photography. 

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  • Amelia Bywater and Rebecca Wilcox

    Summer Residency 2014
    Ken Cargill Writer’s Fellowship
    Amelia Bywater and Rebecca Wilcox have been selected for the Ken Cargill Writers Fellowship. Their collaboration is described as a developing practice attempting to take language as a material to deploy in a reflexive and embodied way. Bywater studied at The Christchurch School of Art and Design, NZ, before achieving an MFA at Glasgow School of Art in 2009. Wilcox also studied at GSA graduating with an MRes in Creative Studies. In 2013 they presented a two person show entitled talking it to pieces at Glasgow Project Room. Since 2010 Bywater has been a co-organiser of Victor & Hester, an artist-run journal and events project based in Glasgow. In 2012 Wilcox co-devised Prawn’s Pee (along with Rob Churm, Oliver Pitt and Ben Ashton), a printing house and publication  as part of Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art’s Open Glasgow strand, involving approximately 40 other artists and writers.

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  • Cara Tolmie

    Summer Residency 2014

    Cara Tolmie graduated with a BA Hons in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in 2005 and was part of the LUX Associate Artists Programme between 2009 and 2010. In 2014 she will present new performances at Tramway, Glasgow and Counterflows Festival, Glasgow. Earlier this year her work was included in Assembly: A survey of recent artists’ film and video in Britain 2008–2013 at Tate Britain in London. Amongst other projects, in 2013, Tolmie was commissioned by Pavillion, Leeds and Chisenhale in London.

    http://www.vimeo.com/caratolmie

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  • Giles Bailey

    Summer Residency 2014

    Working largely with performance, Giles Bailey uses texts, video fragments and choreographies (either composed or strategically plundered) to rethink conventional approaches to the assemblage and recounting of history. In 2013 Bailey presented solo exhibitions and performances at The Northern Charter in Newcastle, Recon Festival in Leeds, OUTPOST Gallery in Norwich and Kunst Werke in Berlin.

    http://research.ncl.ac.uk/sacs/fineart/bailey

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  • Grace Schwindt

    Summer Residency 2014

    Grace Schwindt graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Slade School of Art in 2008. In 2014 she will exhibit at The Showroom in London, Badischer Kunstverein in Karlsruhe and in a group show at Wiels – Centre for Contemporary Arts in Brussels. In 2013 Schwindt was shortlisted for the Jarman Award and received a Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network, FLAMIN Productions Award.

    http://www.graceschwindt.net/

  • Kathryn Elkin

    Summer Residency 2014

    Kathryn Elkin was born in Belfast and received a BA Hons in  Fine Art from Glasgow School of Art in 2005 and a Post Graduate Diploma in Art Writing from Goldsmiths College in 2012. She was part of the LUX Associate Artists Programme during 2013. This year she will present a solo exhibition at Collective in Edinburgh and a performance at The Poetry Club as part of the launch of The Burning Sands during Glasgow International. In 2013 she had a solo exhibition at Intermedia in Glasgow and presented a performance at CCA Derry.

    http://lux.org.uk/content/kathryn-elkin

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  • Letitia Beatriz

    Summer Residency 2014

    Letitia Beatriz is the collaborative entity made up of Emilia Beatriz Muller-Ginorio and Julia Letitia Scott. Their work employs a combination of performative, moving image, textual, audio, discursive and interactive elements. In 2013 Letitia Beatriz were commissioned by Glasgow Short Film Festival to present a performance and screening event and their playCare / Rage was published in the 2HB journal by CCA, Glasgow.

    http://careandrage.tumblr.com

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  • Sarah Rose

    Summer Residency 2014

    Sarah Rose is an artist based in Glasgow. She graduated from the Glasgow School of Art MFA in 2012 having previously studied at the University of Aukland. Exhibitions have included Transmission Gallery, Artissima, Artspace (in conjunction with Formcontent) and Dog Park Project Space. She is currently taking part in the New Writing Scotland programme.  In 2014 Rose will co-run tenletters a series of projects that consider the relationship of writing and publication within art practices.

    http://www.sarahrose.info/

    http://www.glasgowsculpturestudios.org/2012/12/27/sarah-rose/

  • Anna Orton

    DD Artists Residency 2014

    Anna Orton has a multi-disciplinary practice consisting of painting, sculpture, printmaking, theatre, model making and digital imagery. The autobiographical, explored through wider political and social context, is often at the forefront of her work.

    Orton’s individual practice often blurs boundaries with the collaborative practice Ortonandon, a collaboration with her two sisters Katie and Sophie Orton. With the figure as a central motif, the sisters consider body-form in relation to social politics and how identity can be represented through actions and props.

    http://ortonandon.com/

    http://generationartscotland.org/artists/ortonandon/

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  • Delia Baillie

    DD Artists Residency 2014

    Delia Baillie graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design (BA Hons: Painting & Drawing) in 1999. In 2003, she was a recipient of the prestigious  Alastair Salvesen Travel Scholarship, which allowed her to travel to the West Coast of America to study seismic activity and naturally occurring seismic patterning. Baillie has recently exhibited at Tatha Gallery, Fife (2015) along with fellow RSA members Paul Furneaux and Philip Reeves, and is a part-time lecturer in Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design.

    http://www.deliabaillie.com/

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  • Valerie Norris

    DD Artists Residency 2014

    In Valerie Norris’ work layers of meaning are created through the interplay between painting, objects, form, colour, image and text and in the way that this accumulates to form a visual language. Norris’ practice is informed by an assemblage of references, found images and objects collected from magazines, charity shops, film, fashion, music, nature, literature and poetry. Non-linear narratives and chance associations are proposed through a process of arrangement and play.

    http://valerienorris.tumblr.com/

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  • Amy Todman

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    UK, Book Art/Writing, Drawing, Painting
    Amy Todman is an artist and researcher based in Glasgow. Her creative practice incorporates writing, drawing, painting, printmaking, film and book works and is often focused on fieldwork or journey. Through these mediums she explores questions of process: creative and personal as well as addressing wider cultural issues. She has recently completed a PhD at the University of Glasgow considering the development of the idea of landscape in Britain over the period 1610-1750. Her research interests address aspects of drawing, emblem and pictorial languages over the early modern period with a particular focus on records of place.

    http://amytodman.blogspot.co.uk

  • Bronwyn Platten

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    UK, Visual Art/ Research/ Writing
    Bronwyn Platten is an artist and researcher whose work intersects the disciplines of arts and healthcare with particular focus upon embodiment, gender, sexuality and identity. Her artworks and performances have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally in venues including the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia; TATE Modern, UK and the Substation, Singapore. Bronwyn has also collaborated with diverse communities and individuals to create exhibitions and events in public spaces, hospitals and galleries in the United Kingdom and Australia.

    www.bronwynplatten.com

  • Daniel Parcell

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    UK, Music

    Daniel Parcell studied composition at the RSAMD, Trinity College of Music, and Wesleyan University in the United States. He is the recipient of a Fulbright studentship, and an AHRC award for studies in performance at the Central School of Speech and Drama. Plays piano, viola, guitar and organ. Output includes music for orchestra, voices, chamber ensembles, solo instruments with and without electronics, also music for theatre. His research interests include phenomenology of sound, and the role of interpretation in composition and performance.

    http://dropr.com/danparcell

  • Emma Paterson

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    UK, Printmaking
    Emma Paterson has recently graduated from The Glasgow School of Art where she studied Fine Art: Painting & Printmaking. During her time there she developed a passion for printmaking, particularly etching, and used the printmaking mediums to create the majority of her work. Paterson’s current practice explores the interplay between the natural and the man made with recent work focusing primarily on industrial structures. She intends to continue this investigation between the organic and the artificial and incorporate other forms of architecture, considering all buildings and their relationship with their surrounding area.

    www.emmapaterson.com

  • Geneva Sills

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    USA, Photography
    Geneva Sills works as a fine art photographer. She is currently exploring the suspicious nature of autobiography through the use of commercial lighting and modelling. She utilizes self-portraiture and arranges herself in scenes with props that reference pictures of great artists found in the introductions to catalogues or throughout post career biographies.
  • Joan Lennon

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    Canada, Writing

    Joan Lennon was born in Canada in 1953 and came to Scotland in 1978, where she married and had four sons.  Currently, her working life is built around writing fiction for 5-7 year olds, 8-12 year olds, less robust readers, and teenagers. She also has a full schedule of school, festival and library visits and runs creative writing workshops for all ages.

    www.joanlennon.co.uk

  • Khalid Alsayed

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    UK, Moving Image, Theory, Writing
    Khalid Alsayed has a background in interdisciplinary practice; making artwork that is informed by philosophical/theoretical study and producing theoretical and creative writing that is influenced by artistic production. His subjects tend to revolve around aspects of current popular media, their influence on society and behaviour. The work that he produces tends to become what he refers to as ‘machines for fictions’ from which he creates layers of fragmented narrative readings. He works in moving image, photography, sculpture and installation. Underlying all of his work is his commitment to practical education; learning through making.
  • Lucy McGreal

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014

    UK, Physical Performance and Film

    Lucy McGreal is a performer, theatre maker and practitioner based in Scotland. Her work is primarily performance related, although her work takes her into facilitating projects in vulnerable community settings using clown and circus skills. Her theatre work is inspired by real life events, experiences and people within the community. Working with clown, physical storytelling and music Lucy works with creating a voice for people who have a story to tell and communicating that to an audience in a unique theatre setting.

    Lucy has worked with Stella Polaris Theatre (Norway), and has a BA (hons) in Creative & Performing Arts (2005) and an Advanced Diploma in Physical Theatre Practice from the Adam Smith College (2007). Lucy works using her clowning techniques with Arts in Health company Hearts & Minds, Edinburgh as a Clowndoctor and Elderlower practitioner working with vulnerable children and the elderly in health care environments.

    http://lmcgreal.weebly.com/

  • Nadia Rossi and Ruby Pester

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    UK, Collaborative Practice: Performance and Participation
    Pester and Rossi are a collaborative artists duo based in Glasgow. They produce interactive live projects across Scotland. Their practice focuses on challenging conventional or accepted perceptions of modern day existence. They use humour, play and bold aesthetics to create actions that respond to and are fuelled by their experiences of everyday life. Their work takes place between the gallery and the public realm, facilitating temporary environments and encompassing a variety of media including; installation, performance and inflatable sculpture. They work site specifically, responding to locations and communities; exploring relationships between media, artist and society. They also facilitate educational workshops, initating creative exchange between themselves, children and young people in Scotland.
  • Nick Gordon

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    UK, Visual Art

    Nick Gordon’s interests originate from the finding of objects and ideas within our environment and culture. Gordon is fascinated by the creative process and ability we possess to materialize ideas through making. His work is currently in dialogue with this thought, using various means to create, alter, instill or derive something other from what is at hand; a formulation of ideas and thought in matter.

    http://printimpression.weebly.com/nick-gordon.html

  • Seth Ellis

    Interdisciplinary Residency April – May 2014
    USA, Writing and Experience Design
    Seth Ellis is Assistant Professor in the Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan. He is a narrative artist and interface designer; his work draws upon local history, allegorical narrative, and experience design to create stories both historical and fictional in new, experiential forms. These narratives are designed experiences that use both physical and digital tools, including signage, locative media, video, and audio. Ellis’ projects have shown in galleries, streets, symposia and festivals throughout the U.S. and Europe, and at a few places in the Atlantic Ocean.

    http://sethsellis.com/

  • Adele Todd

    ROSL Scholars 2013

    Trinidad & Tobago. Selected with CCA, Glasgow.

    Adele Todd studied in the United States graduating from Pratt Institute New York with a BFA in Graphic Design in 1991. Looking at heavy societal issues, using thread in the traditional art of embroidery, is at the heart of the work of Adele Todd. She also practices Performance. From the islands of Trinidad and Tobago, Todd’s work has been seen internationally at two Beijing Biennales, and in America at the group show for contemporary Caribbean Art, Rockstone & Bootheel, among others.

    http://adeletodd.wordpress.com/

    Sexypinkon.tumblr.com

    http://www.cca-glasgow.com/programme

  • Lerato Shadi

    ROSL Scholars 2013

    South Africa. Selected with Iniva, London.

    Lerato Shadi is a South African artist who lives in Berlin, Germany. She completed a BFA in Fine Art from the University of Johannesburg and is currently studying for an MFA from Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee. The prevailing themes in Shadi’s work are a performative investigation into transformation, or transition, through performance from absence to presence, from subject to object, and vice versa. She uses elements such as concentration, breath, duration and span to establish an exploration of the performer in space and time. Knitting, installation, video and sound are some of the media Shadi has utilised. An additional and intrinsic element to her work is the titling, mainly in her mother tongue Setswana, which plays on the politics of inclusion and exclusion. In 2010 she had a solo exhibition Mosako Wa Seipone at GoetheonMain in Johannesburg. From 2010 to 2012 she was a member of the Bag Factory artist studios in Fordsburg, Johannesburg. In 2012 her work was featured at the Dak’art Biennale in Senegal and in the III Moscow International Biennale. She is a fellow of Sommerakademie 2013 (Zentrum Paul Klee).

    http://www.lerato-shadi.net

    http://www.iniva.org/

  • Mehreen Murtaza

    ROSL Scholars 2013

    Pakistan. Selected with GENERATORprojects, Dundee.

    Mehreen Murtaza is an artist who works in a variety of media based in Lahore, Pakistan. She graduated with a Batchelor of Fine Art from Beaconhouse National University, Lahore in 2008. By manipulating the viewer to create confusion, Murtaza presents everyday objects as well as references to texts, painting and architecture. Pompous writings and Utopian constructivist designs are juxtaposed with trivial objects. Her artworks bear strong political references and the possibility or the dream of the annulment of a (historically or socially) fixed identity is a constant focal point. In 2013 Murtaza has exhibited in We have Arrived Nowhere, 2nd Transnational Pavilion, 55thBiennale di Venezia and has forthcoming projects with The Studio Museum, New York, USA; Experimenter, Kolkata, India; and a solo show Transmission From A Missing Satellite as part of Frame, Frieze London.

    www.mehreenmurtaza.com

    http://generatorprojects.co.uk/

  • Chun Kai Qun

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Chun Kai Qun is interested in the study of object biographies to better our understanding of how they texture and inform human identity. He examines everyday objects as a reflection of personal tastes, attributes, moral principles and social ideals. This research drives his artistic practice and materialises mainly in the form of sculptures and installations. He received his Master of Fine Art from the Glasgow School of Art. In 2011, Chun was awarded the NAC Arts Scholarship. He was also the recipient of the Arts Creation Fund in the same year. Qun’s work has been shown in Singapore Art Museum, National Museum of Singapore, Esplanade Concourse (Singapore), Esplanade Jendela (Singapore), Art Stage Singapore, Singapore Management University, FOST Gallery (Singapore), Valentine Willie Fine Art (Singapore), POST-Museum (Singapore), Gertrude Contemporary Art Centre (Melbourne), National Taipei University of Education (Taiwan) and The Glasgow School of Art.

    http://www.chunkaiqun.com/

  • Eilidh McPherson

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Eilidh McPherson received her MFA in Contemporary Art Practice from Edinburgh College of Art in 2013. Recent exhibitions include Salontology at Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh and Oracle at Interview Room 11, Edinburgh.

    http://eilidhmcpherson.com/

  • Emma Ewan

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Visual artist Emma Ewan graduated from Glasgow School of Art (BA Hons: Fine Art Painting and Printmaking) in 2012. Recent exhibitions include Curious Artefacts at ArtWall, Athens (2015) and Surfacing, curated by Hand in Glove for Bristol Art Weekender (2014). Ewan is a recipient of an Arts Trust Scotland Award (2014) and a Glasgow Visual Art and Craft Award (2013/2014).

    http://www.emmaewan.com/

  • Jamie Kane

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Jamie Kane graduated from Sculpture and Environmental Art, Glasgow School of Art in 2013 and from the Mackintosh School of Architecture in 2009. He describes his work as expanded assemblage, that purposefully uses discontinuity and incongruous relationships to explore how meaning is formed or lost. Interests that permeate through the work are poetry, improvisation, processes of embodiment and our desire to create structures to form understanding. Recent exhibitions include Life Like at Transmission, Glasgow and Dear Green at Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, Berlin (2014).

    http://jamiekane.berta.me/

    https://vimeo.com/jamiekane

  • Jen Bradley

    Graduate Residency 2013

    In 2013 Jen Bradley graduated from Grays School of Art with a BA: Hons in Painting. In 2012, while still studying, Jen was awarded the John Gray Legacy Award. Since graduating she has also been awarded the New Art Look to the North Award from the Smart Gallery, Aberdeen. Bradley has worked with various arts organisations including the Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums Archaeology Project which enabled her to gain an understanding of archaeology processes, reinforcing her research and practice.

    http://jbradley.org/

    http://cargocollective.com/jenbradley

  • Kyla McCallum

    Graduate Residency 2013

    In 2012 Kyla graduated with a Master of European Design from the Glasgow School of Art. In 2013 McCallum launched Foldability, a design studio which creates products inspired by origami and geometry. As well as product collections, Kyla collaborates with brands as a design consultant, sharing her passion for origami across product design, interiors, set design, packaging, fashion, experiences, exhibitions and events.

    http://www.foldability.co.uk/

  • Lydia Brownlee

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Lydia Brownlee is an illustrator, artist and printmaker living and working in Glasgow. She graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 2013 with a BA Hons in Communication Design and attended the Graduate Residency at Hospitalfield Arts later that year. In 2014 she founded Colour Hotel, a screen print and design studio, with Emer Tumilty which is already producing handmade projects including many posters and record covers for events and musicians. Brownlee’s work has an immediate graphic style and often integrates text and narrative language within the image.

    http://cargocollective.com/lydiabrownlee

  • Megan Taylor

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Megan Taylor’s  practice encompasses a wide range of disciplines, with projects ranging from experimental drawing to sculptural installation and immersive environments. Most recently, Taylor’s work has explored  the possibility of Architectural Absurdities, where ideas appear impossible and illogical. Her approach often includes complex layering, cutting and projection techniques in a variety of materials. A recurring theme is the psychological distortion of structure, narrative and human perception.

    http://betweenhereandnowhere.wordpress.com/

  • Mirka Janekova

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Jewellery designer Mirka Janekova’s pieces refer to the body in an abstract way, exploring the relationship between people and their subconscious mind. She often concentrates on using only ‘white’ materials such as porcelain, silver, aluminium and textile to create playful, poetic pieces. Janekova is currently experimenting with hybrid metal-porcelain jewellery and developing innovative ways of applying traditional metalsmith techniques onto porcelain.

    http://www.mirkajaneckova.com/

  • Nick Thomas

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Nick Thomas graduated from Glasgow School of Art (BA Hons: Fine Art: Painting & Printmaking) in 2012, and currently lives and works in Glasgow. Selected exhibitions include Who built the access road? at Telfer Gallery, Glasgow and a Creative Lab Residency at CCA, Glagow (2014).

    http://www.nicholasdthomas.com/

  • Ryan Miller

    Graduate Residency 2013

    Ryan Miller graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 2012. His photography practice involves landscape, portraiture, alternative processes and travel photography. Miller’s work is often influenced by American propaganda. Miller has completed a residency at The Bothy Project, a modern off-grid, live/work space built as a part of RSA Residencies for Scotland.

    http://tulsaishere.tumblr.com/

    http://www.thebothyproject.org/everyone-knows-this-is-nowhere-ryan-miller-dee-chaneva/

  • Alberta Whittle

    Autumn Residency 2013

    Barbados. Selected with the RSA, Residencies for Scotland scheme.

    Alberta Whittle is a Barbadian multidisciplinary artist, researcher, journalist, performer and educator. She studied for her BA (Hons) at Edinburgh College of Art and is a Masters graduate from Glasgow School of Art, participating in an exchange at Concordia University, Montreal during her time as a student. In Canada, Whittle taught Art & Design, with an emphasis on Sculpture at tertiary level institutions. Whittle choreographs interactive installations, interventions and performances as site-specific artworks in public and private spaces. Working internationally exhibiting in various solo and group shows, Whittle’s work has been shown in Europe, South Africa and the Caribbean including at the Royal Scottish Academy, BOZAR (Belgium), David Dale Gallery (Glasgow), National Art Gallery (Bahamas) and at the Centre for African Studies (South Africa).

    http://www.albertawhittle.com/

  • Alice Brooke

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Research and Development bursary).

    Alice Brooke completed a BA Fine Art Painting at University of Brighton in 2009 and is based in London. In her recent show Rhythm Thing at Lima Zulu project space London, the works in drawing, painting and print looked at the reproduction of structures and their representations.  In particular how both patriarchal and matriarchal structures exert themselves upon the female body; how these structures can be represented through image and different image surfaces; where the virtual exists, its effects and its origins as a mode of reality.

  • Charlotte Prodger

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Hospitalfield Production Bursary in partnership with DCA Print Studio).

    Charlotte Prodger is an artist based in Glasgow. She graduated from Goldsmiths in 2001 and then from the Glasgow School of Art MFA course in 2009, studying for part of the time at Calarts, Los Angeles. Her installations and performances explore what happens to speech and the self for which it is a conduit, as it transmutates via time, space and various technological systems. Recent solo exhibitions include Percussion Biface 1-13 at Studio Voltaire, London (2012) and :-*, Intermedia, Glasgow (2012) and group exhibitions and performances at Artists Space, New York, LUX/ICA Biennial of Moving Images and CCA, Glasgow. Prodger is a founding member of the band Muscles of Joy and as a DJ, organises the monthly Kino Fist nights in Glasgow. She is represented by Kendall Koppe and nominated for Jarman Award 2013.

    http://generationartscotland.org/artists/charlotte-prodger/

  • Clare Stephenson

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Research and Development bursary).

    Clare Stephenson was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and is based in Glasgow. In 1996 she graduated with a BA (Hons) Fine Art Sculpture from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design. Her work has been included in the exhibitions Costume: Written Clothing at Tramway in Glasgow, 2013; Madame Realism at Marres in Maastricht, 2011; Compass: Drawings from the Museum of Modern Art New York at Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin, 2011. Solo exhibitions include abs minimum at Glasgow Project Room, 2013; She who is the Maker of Objects at Linn Lühn in Düsseldorf, 2011; and She who Presents at Spike Island in Bristol, 2009. Her work is primarily concerned with object making but this is addressed through drawing, collage, silkscreen printing, sculpture and recently through collaborative performance works with Sophie Macpherson including Shoplifters, Shopgirls a commission for Tramway that was restaged at the ICA/LUX Biennial of Moving Images at the ICA in London in 2012.

    http://linnluehn.com/html/artists/clare-stephenson/index.html

  • Gillian Steel

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Research and Development bursary).

    Gillian Steel initially graduated from Glasgow School of Art (Printed Textile Design) in 1986 and was then closely involved with the running of Transmission Gallery before going onto a Masters in Electronic Imaging at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in 2006. Steel’s practice is eclectic, comprising short films, animations, hand crafted objects, printing and drawing. The writing of abstract narrative threads is a deeply embedded aspect throughout. She often explores scientific themes, obliquely and playfully looking at how we position ourselves in relation to science as fact and certainty, as well as a mythological notion in our lives.

    http://vimeo.com/gilliansteel

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  • Laura Aldridge

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Production bursary).

    Laura Aldridge graduated with an MFA from Glasgow School of Art in 2006, spending a period of exchange at CALARTS, Los Angeles. Recent solo exhibitions include: Things Held Inside//The New Sea, Kendall Koppe, Glasgow; LAxLA, Milagro Alegro Community Gardens, Los Angeles, 2012; Underside, backside, inside, even, CCA, Glasgow, 2012; Studio Voltaire, London, 2011. Her work has been included in various group shows, including The Cat Show, White Columns New York, a three person exhibition at Shane Campell Gallery, Chicago, and Every Day, GOMA, Glasgow.

    www.Lauraaldridge.co.uk

    www.Kendallkoppe.com

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  • Michael White

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Production bursary).

    Michael White graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2009. Using sculpture, drawing and appropriated imagery, White’s increasingly varied practice is motivated by his interest in the means by which cultural expressions articulate shared ideologies and support their functional myths. Recent exhibitions include a solo show New Myths, Modern Man, Intermedia, Glasgow; Celluloid Brushes: An Anthology of the Filmic Perception of the Artist from 1267 – till today, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin & Witte de Witte, Rotterdam and Arrives In Starting, The Duchy Gallery (offsite), Glasgow.

    www.michaelwhite.org.uk

  • Nathan Witt

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Research and Development bursary).

    Nathan Witt is a British artist and writer who graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2003 with an MA in Painting. Forthcoming shows include a two person exhibition with Mounira Al-Sohl at 98 Weeks, Beirut and Concerning the Bodyguard, The Tetley, Leeds. Past residencies include Batroun Art Project, Lebanon, funded by Arts Council England; Delfina Foundation and Art School Palestine, sponsored by British Council and [SPACE] Studios, Permacultures #13-16. Group shows include Points of Departure, Al Mahatta Gallery, Ramallah; The Really Wild Show, The White Building, London; 128 KPbs Objectscurated by Marialaura Ghidini, The Anti-Library, [SPACE], London and A4 versus Letter, 1R Gallery, Chicago. Witt writes for the online journal Through Europe.

    http://www.batrounartspace.org/

    http://delfinafoundation.com/in-residence/nathan-witt/

    http://entropicmindfuck.tumblr.com/

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  • Patrick Staff

    Autumn Residency 2013

    UK (Production bursary).

    Patrick Staff is an artist based in London working with video, installation, performance and publishing. He graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2009 with a BA in Fine Art and Contemporary Critical Studies. Recent projects have explored social spaces and historical alternatives to industrial and late capitalist society, systems of education and alternative forms of community building. He frequently collaborates with other artists, historians, actors/dancers and public participants. He was a Lux Associate Artist in 2010/11 and has presented exhibitions, performances and screenings internationally.

    www.patrickstaff.co.uk

  • Catrin Jeans

    Summer Residency 2013

    An artist who attempts to create environments in which individuals become both the observers and participants. These environments are indistinguishable to existing life situations. Her past work has included facilitating a 24hour game of football as a participatory performance, performing a keep-fit workout as a performance and hosting an art crawl, in the guise of a Club 18-30 rep. Since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone in 2008, Catrin has created events and performances for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Liverpool Biennial, GENERATORprojects, Dundee and Deveron Arts, Huntly.

    http://www.catrinjeans.com/

  • Duncan McLaren

    Summer Residency 2013

    Ken Cargill Writer’s Fellowship

    Author of Personal Delivery and Looking For Enid. In the last year he has developed websites to reflect his long-term interest in contemporary artists, Paul Noble and George Shaw, and his even longer-term interest in author Evelyn Waugh. Another website has been developed in conjunction with his partner, Kate Clayton, which follows her ongoing progress on the MFA course at DJCAD, Dundee. In 2011, Duncan was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize for the blog he writes about his mother who lives in a care home.

    http://www.duncanmclaren.co.uk/

  • James Langdon

    Summer Residency 2013

    James Langodn is an independent graphic designer and one of six founders of Eastside Projects, an artist-run gallery in Birmingham, UK. Through research, writing, designing and curating, his work investigates methodologies of display in relation to contemporary art. He is the recipient of the 2012 Inform Award for Conceptual Design, presented by the Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig, Germany.

    http://jameslangdon.net/

  • Laura Mansfield

    Summer Residency 2013

    An independent curator and writer. She works closely with other artists and writers in the development of both publication and exhibition based projects. She currently produces the publication FEAST, an eclectic exploration of themes around food, eating and culture. Her curatorial projects involve the physical construction of spaces to present distinct environments for the exhibition or staging of artist’s works. Such temporary stagings, as well as the framing of performance-based practices, seek to interrupt and re-frame the familiarity of the everyday. Recent projects include SEVEN SITES, a collaboration with theatre practitioner Swen Steinhauser that facilitated a series of artist’s installation and performance works in different sites across Manchester and Salford and Triptych, a free standing exhibition structure designed to initiate a performative ritual of viewing. Laura is a PhD candidate at MIRIAD Manchester School of Art.

    http://feastjournal.tumblr.com/

  • Michael Mulvihill

    Summer Residency 2013

    His recent exhibition The Pursuit of Happiness, at Vane Gallery Newcastle-upon-Tyne, explores through thumbnail drawings that reference the dimensions of Google images, the relationship between historical narrative and personal experience. The exhibition featured drawings in graphite on paper of Soviet and American nuclear tests, and portraits of luminaries from the RAND Corporation such as Alain Enthoven who had been tasked by the Kennedy Administration to restructure US nuclear strike forces. His work has influenced outcome driven management and influences government spending budgets today. This line of enquiry follows work exploring the End of History that was begun during a residency at Incubate in Chicago during 2008. Other recent exhibitions include: Launch F18 (New York), Kotti Shop (Berlin), Emerge Art Fair (Washington DC) Ade and Abet (Cambridge) National Glass Centre (Sunderland) and Gallery North (Newcastle-upon-Tyne). Mulvihill has also been awarded funding through Arts Council of England for a collaborative project with Northumbria University, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art and North East Land Sea and Air Museum to produce new work based upon Vulcan Bomber XL319 exhibited at the North East Land Sea and Air Museum.

    http://vane.org.uk/artists/michael-mulvihill

  • Samantha Donnelly

    Summer Residency 2013

    Studied Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam (1997-2000) and Newcastle (2003-5). She is a sculptor who works with found objects and images against traditional sculpture / drawing method. Her approach is personal and experimental; focussing on process and discovery, she has a tendency to build up a volume of material; objects, images and research over time. Forthcoming exhibitions include a new collaboration with London based Sculptor Amy Stephens in 2014 and a solo show at Ceri Hand’s new London space in September / October 2013. Solo shows during 2012 include Contour States at Cornerhouse, Manchester and Reception at Standpoint Gallery, London.

    http://www.cerihand.co.uk/artists/15/samantha-donnelly/

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  • Shona Macnaughton

    Summer Residency 2013

    Shona Macnaughton completed her MFA at Edinburgh College of Art in 2009 and has served as a co-director of the Embassy Gallery and a participant in the artist group Eastern Surf. Recent exhibitions include: Legion TV online commission, Kernel Panic Control Eastern Surf, Galerija Galženica, Zagreb, Croatia, ‘Meet The Locals’, group exhibition, Artíma gallerí, Reykjavik, Iceland, Glasgow International Festival with The Mutual Charter, event with Eastern Surf Built Overnight, Rhubaba, Edinburgh and Our Complex’ Summer Projects Programme, Generator Projects, Dundee.

    http://www.shonamacnaughton.com/

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