Residents / Hospitalfield in Industry 2015

A project which pairs an artist or designer with a Scottish manufacturer and includes attendance of the Autumn Residency. In partnership with Make Works.

  • 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.

  • 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.