Artists

We are delighted to feature the following selected graduate artists of 2020 in our Materialise 4 online exhibition:

  • Kelda Young, BA (Hons) Jewellery and Metal Design, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Dundee
  • Michelle Currie, BA (Hons) Jewellery Design and Silversmithing, Glasgow School of Art
  • Vanna Paabor, MFA Performance Costume, Edinburgh College of Art
  • Erin Scott, Three Dimensional Design, Gray’s School of Art (Robert Gordon University)
  • Francesca Rea, Textile Design, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design
  • Anne Morgan, BA Hons ‘Textiles’, Edinburgh College of Art
  • Emalie Lise Dam Christensen, BA (Hons) Textile Design, Glasgow School of Art

View the full Materialise 4 exhibition here.

  • Materialise 4 Artists

    We are delighted to feature the following selected graduate artists of 2020 in our Materialise 4 online exhibition: Kelda Young, BA (Hons) Jewellery and Metal Design, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Dundee Michelle Currie, BA (Hons) Jewellery… Read More

  • Annie Lord

    Annie Lord was appointed as artist in residence in March 2022 for a project run by Fife Contemporary and The Ecology Centre. Her work is embedded in the natural landscape and she is passionate about finding creative ways to encourage… Read More

  • Philip Davenport

    Philip Davenport writes on the world. His poems appear in art galleries, recordings, posters, publications, performances, streets and shop windows, inscribed on objects, and in books. His projects question social inequality and emotional dis/engagement. He is currently based in the… Read More

  • Hannah Imlach

    Hannah Imlach is a visual artist working predominantly in sculpture and photography. Her transient and site-specific works respond to particular ecologies, exploring sites of environmental conservation and renewable energy transition. These projects are initiated and sustained by opportunities to work… Read More

  • Alan Dimmick

    Alan Dimmick was born in Glasgow in 1961. He bought his first camera (a Russian Zenith) in 1977, the same year that he converted the toilets in his secondary school annex into a darkroom. He went on to study photography… Read More

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