Curriculum Vitae

Education
2002–04
– Committee Member, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow
2000–01
– MPhil, The Place of Printed Matter in Contemporary Art, Glasgow School of Art
1997–00
– BA (Hons) Fine Art, Glasgow School of Art (First Class with Distinction for Dissertation)

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2017

– Charity, LUX, London
– Nudes Never Wear Glasses, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh
2016
– The Unswept Floor, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
2013
– ‘Eight Blocks or a Field’, Temporary Gallery, Cologne
2012
– ‘Not Just the Perfect Moments’, The Drawing Room, London
2011
– ‘Ranziges Fett’, Galerie Kamm, Berlin
– ‘Peace at last!’, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
2010
– ‘¿Qué tenemos que hacer con una habitación propia?’, La Museo de la Ciudad, Queretaro, Mexico and La Galeria de Comercio, Mexico City
– ‘The Long Loch: How Do We Go On From Here?’, two-person commission
with Faith Wilding for Glasgow International, The CCA, Glasgow
2008
– ‘Outsider’, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow
2007
– ‘Your Body is a Battleground Still’, Art Now, Tate Britain
– ‘Waiting in 1972; what about 2007?’, Art Basel
– ‘The clear stark vision is getting lost again’, Galerie Kamm, Berlin
2006
– ‘I want to function in the present time’, ArtForum Berlin
– ‘Stop! Stop! Stop!’, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel
– ‘Build Cracks’, Dicksmith Gallery, London

 

Selected Group Exhibitions/ Projects/ Screenings
2017
– Group exhibition, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
– Festival of Artists’ Moving Image, MAC, Belfast
– Microcinema (curated by James Mackay), Cambridge Film Festival
2016
– >>FFWD: Moving Image from Scotland, Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, China
– Group Exhibition, Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Scotland
-‘Drawn from Life: People on Paper’, Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition
– Cinenova Presents ‘Now Showing’, LUX Cornwall, St Ives (‘WEIGHT’ selected by Irene Revell)
– Screening of ‘WEIGHT’ at Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, in conjunction with ‘Modern Scottish Women’ exhibition. 
2015
– PYRAMID screening programme, Art Social 15 Festival, House of St Barnabas, London, (‘WEIGHT’ selected by Matt Carter in association with LUX)
– Arkipel: Jakarta International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival, (‘WEIGHT’ selected by Ben Cook/ LUX)
– International Film Festival Rotterdam, (‘WEIGHT’ selected by LUX)
– Seoul International New Media Festival, Seoul
– ‘Ripples on the Pond’, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
2014
– ‘House Work Castle Milk Woman House’, GENERATION commission,
Glasgow Women’s Library
– ‘La Galeria de Comercio’, Casa del Lago, Mexico City, Mexico
– ‘Artists and Archive’, screening event, CCA, Glasgow and Tate Modern, London
– ‘Magic Touch’, CCA Derry (curated by Matt Packer), Londonderry, Ireland
– ‘For Each Gesture Another Character’, Art Stations Foundation (curated by Kasia Redzisz), Poznan, Poland
– ‘GENERATION: 25 years of Contemporary Art in Scotland’, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
– ‘Assembly: A Survey of Recent Artists’ Film and Video in Britain 2008–13’, Tate Britain, London
2013
– ‘Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm’ (co-curated by Stacy Boldrick) Tate Britain, London
– ‘Hymns for Mr. Suzuki’ (curated by Karen Archey), Abron Arts Center, New York
– ‘Costume: Written Clothing’ (curated by Claire Jackson) Tramway, Glasgow
– ‘Drawing Biennial 2013’, Drawing Room, London
– ‘Living with War: Artists on War and Conflict’, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
2012
– ‘Olinka or Where Movement is Created’, Museo Rufino Tamayo (curated by Adam Szymczyk), Mexico City
– ‘eva International’, (curated by Annie Fletcher) Limerick, Ireland
– ‘Sammlung Rheingold Exhibition 2012’, Schloss Dyck, Jüchen, Germany
– ‘Studio 58’, Glasgow School of Art (curated by Sarah Lowndes), Glasgow
Art Basel, Galerie Kamm, Basel
– ‘Sanctuary/Comraich’, Mount Stuart (curated by Sophie Crichton Stuart and James Mackay), Isle of Bute, Scotland
– ‘Two Decades of Changing Mind’s, Glasgow Women’s Library print commission
2011
– ‘You seem the same as always,–’, The Common Guild, Glasgow
– ‘Screening Room’, (programmed by Regina Barunke), Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne
– ‘History as an Object’, (screening programmed by Steven Cairns), DCA, Dundee
– Artissima, Galerie Kamm, Turin
– Beholder, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh
– ‘Transmitter/Receiver’, Arts Council of England touring exhibition
– ‘The DEATHANDDADA of Everyday Life’, Galerie Lehtinen, Berlin
– ‘One cannot go on saying but’, Glasgow University Reading Room
– ‘An Exchange with Sol LeWitt’, Cabinet, New York
– ‘Unstable Ground’, Helen Pitt Gallery (curated by Andrea Pinheiro), Vancouver
– ‘Other Voices’, The Event (curated by Claire Craig), Birmingham
2010
– ‘Better living with…’, Museum Ludwig, Cologne
– ‘The Pencil Show’, Foxy Productions, New York
– ‘The Library of Babel/ In and Out of Place’, Zabludowicz Collection: Project Space 176, London
– ‘Art Sheffield 10’, with Jimmy Robert, (curated by Frederique Bergholtz)
2009
– ‘The end of the line; attitudes in drawing’, Hayward Touring Exhibition
– ‘Single, Plural, Multiple’, Occasionals, London
– ‘Die Show im Oktober’, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow
– ‘Time after Time’, Galerie Kamm, Berlin
– ‘Two or three things I know about her’, Two-person exhibition with Jimmy Robert, FOUR Gallery, Dublin
– ‘Don’t expect anything’, Francesca Minini Gallery, Milan
– ‘When the Mood Strikes: The Collection of Wilfried and Yannicke Cooreman’, Museum Dhondt–Dhaenens, Belgium
– ‘Das Gespinst’, Stadtisches Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach, Germany
– ‘New Acquisitions from the Arts Council Collection 2008–09’, Bothy Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
– ‘I am a Camera’, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow
2008
– ‘To bring forth and give’, Glasgow Print Studio
– ‘Concrete Shadows’, The Changing Room, Stirling
– ‘Open Field’, CCA, Glasgow
– ‘Our Sorry Minds’, (with Neil Bickerton), Glasgow International
– ‘The Object is the Mirror’, (curated by Max Henry), Wilkinson Gallery, London
2007
– ‘Like Leaves’, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (curated by Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith),
New York
– ‘Poetical Political’, Simon Lee Gallery (curated by David Thorp), London

 

Awards & Residencies
2016
– Margaret Tait Award 2016/17
– International Visiting Artist Residency, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
2014
– Creative Scotland Artists Bursary Award
– ‘Artists and Archive: Artists Moving Image at the BBC’, LUX and BBC Scotland Commission
2013
– Creative Scotland International Presentation and Engagement Fund Award
2012
– Elephant Trust Award
– Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, Washington, USA
2011
– Creative Scotland Visual Arts Development Bursary
2010
– Commission for facade design for Beatson Translational Research Centre, Glasgow University
– Camden Arts Centre Artist in Residence
– Hope Scott Trust Visual Arts Award
2008
– Banff Centre Visual Arts Residency (invited guest artist)
– Cove Park Visual Arts Residency Award
2006
– SAC Creative and Professional Development Bursary
– Scottish Sculpture Workshop Residency
2005
– CCA Glasgow, Visual Arts Residency
– Dumbreck Marsh Artists Residency
2004
– Glasgow City Council Artists Award
– SAC Individual Artists Assistance Grant
– Hope Scott Trust Visual Arts Award

 

Publications

2016
– Drawn from Life: People on Paper, Arts Council Touring exhibition catalogue, Hayward Publishing
– Affiliate Yearbook 2013-2015, (ed. Dr Tina Fiske), Affliate Publications
2015
– Das Gespinst, exhibition catalogue Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach, Germany
2014
– ‘GENERATION: 25 years of Contemporary Art in Scotland Guide and Reader’, (ed. Moira Jeffrey), National Galleries of Scotland and Glasgow Life
2013
– Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm (ed. Stacy Baldrick and Tabitha Barber), Tate Publication
– Olinka, or Where Movement Is Created (ed. Adam Szymczyk and Quinn Latimer), exhibition catalogue Museo Tamayo, Mexico
– eva International – After the Future, exhibition catalogue eva International
– EIGHT BLOCKS OR A FIELD, texts by Abraham Cruzvillegas and Regina Barunke, Temporary Gallery, Cologne
2012
– Not Just the Perfect Moments, text by Dr Dominic Paterson, Drawing Room, London
– Transmitter Receiver, exhibition catalogue, Arts Council of England Publication
2011
– Peace at last!, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
– 8 Metaphors (because the moving image is not a book), Artist contribution, LUX
2010
– Role Forward, monograph, texts by Jason Bowman and Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith, Sorcha Dallas and CCA, Glasgow
– The Long Loch: How Do We Go On From Here?, texts by Dr Francis McKee and Dr Dominic Paterson, CCA Glasgow
– Creamier: Contemporary Art in Culture, text by Adam Szymczyk, Phaidon Press, London
2009
– Edition artwork commission, Stadtisches Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach
– The End of the Line: Attitudes in Drawing, Hayward Gallery Publishing
– A Happeneds, artist’s book, CCA Glasgow
2008
– Central Woman, with Faith Wilding, Cove Park
2007
– Waiting in 1972; what about 2007?, Sorcha Dallas
– Keep on Onnin, Tate Publication

 

Talks, Workshops, Events
2004–

I have given artists’ talks, thematic lectures, workshops and organised screenings and other events at the following venues:
St Andrews University; Temporary Gallery, Cologne; Tate Britain, London; Norwich Gallery, Norwich; Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute; BBC Scotland; Glasgow University; mima, Middlesborough; The Drawing Room, London; Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh; The Changing Room, Stirling; Museo de la Ciudad, Mexico; Edinburgh College of Art; CCA, Glasgow; Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow; Camden Arts Centre, London; School of the Art Institute Chicago; Kilsyth High School, Scotland; Dartmoor Arts, England; The Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada; Cove Park, Argyll and Bute; The Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden; Museum of Childhood, Edinburgh; Grays School of Art, Aberdeen; Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee; Folk Life Centre, Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Teaching
2004–

I have worked as a lecturer in the Fine Art Painting and Printmaking Dept at The Glasgow School of Art and as a visiting lecturer at: Edinburgh College of Art; Grays School of Art, Aberdeen; Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee; Glasgow University and on The Glasgow School of Art MFA course.