Residents / Interdisciplinary Residency November 2015

Selectors: Ewan Imrie, Collective Architecture; Nicola White, writer.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.