Residents / Autumn Residency 2018

Selectors: Steven Cairns, Curator – Artists’ Film and Moving Image at the ICA in London; and the artist Charlotte Prodger.

  • Aman Sandhu

    Autumn Residency 2018
    Aman Sandhu is an artist currently based in Glasgow. His practice includes sculpture, drawing and performance and seeks to use improvisational strategies as a catalyst for the unearthing of third-space, collaged histories. Sandhu studied at Glasgow School of Art and Kunstakademie Düsseldorf (Klasse Rita McBride). Sandhu often works in collaboration with artist and curator, Swapnaa Tamhane under the title, August Fröhls. He has exhibited at Celine Gallery, Glasgow; Gardiner Museum, Toronto; Younger than Beyoncé Gallery, Toronto; FOCUS Photography Festival, Mumbai; and presentations of his pedagogical project, ELEFANT at Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach.

  • Andrew Black

    Autumn Residency 2018

    Andrew Black’s background is in painting, but for the past couple of years he has been working mostly with video and writing for performance. His practice aims to contribute to a shared, communally-constructed queer imaginary/futurity that parasitises the ‘straight’ everyday, incorporating diverse positionalities and contexts, and is currently focused on expanded ideas of queer identities, friendships and communities in non-metropolitan environments. Organising has an important role in his practice. Black was on the committee at Transmission in Glasgow, 2016-18, during a period of radical change within the institution.

  • Clunie Reid

    Autumn Residency 2018

    Clunie Reid is an artist working in print and digital media. She is preoccupied with questions of sexual representation and violence in capitalist culture through strong, ironic and desirous processes of reworking and reactivating imagery. She is interested in modern histories of image- based critique, images and identification, subjectivity and the ongoing function of the feminine in representation.

  • Katie Shannon

    Autumn Residency 2018

    Katie Shannon works across the mediums of drawing , print, sound and video. Previously she has exhibited at ZK/U Berlin, Evelyn Yard London and the Voidoid Archive Glasgow and worked on the programming committee of The Pipe Factory, Glasgow, 2015-18. In tandem with her visual art practice she co-runs record labels ‘So Low’ and ‘Domestic Exile’ and works collaboratively on an on-going club residency with artist France-lise McGurn under the name ‘Daisies’. Playing live within a band also informs her visual work.

  • Rachel Reupke

    Autumn Residency 2018

    Rachel Reupke is a filmmaker interested in the aesthetic and political stakes of minor affects – with frustration, annoyance and paralysis. She frequently draws upon the tropes of commercial image production to provide a generic model with which to scrutinise the mechanics and subtexts of a particular type of social interaction. Recent solo exhibitions include Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart, Germany; Cubitt Gallery, London and Cell Project Space, London.

  • Tom Varley

    Autumn Residency 2018

    Tom Varley is an artist working with film, video, text and installation. His artworks explore themes of prediction, prophecy and projection, considering the effects of advanced technology and the internet on human thought, speech and memory. Varley graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2008 and Goldsmiths in 2017. He served on the Transmission committee between 2010 and 2012. His work has been shown in exhibitions and screenings at venues including, Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum; MUPO Oaxaca; Global Committee New York; Volksbuehne Pavilion Berlin; Tramway Glasgow; Collective Gallery Edinburgh; and ICA London.