Residents / 2015

  • 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

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  • 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.

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  • 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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