Members of GWW take part in a PechaKucha evening on Tuesday 2 December at Aberdeen’s Belmont Filmhouse.
Austrian art collective WochenKlausur come to Deveron Arts.
Amy Bryzgel discusses the significance of a 1974 performance by Romanian artist Paul Neagu in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Chris Heppell, PhD candidate in Visual Culture, interviews Michelangelo Frammartino, director of Le Quattro Volte (2010).
There is nothing more visual than a line of type. Indeed, typefaces are arguably one of those liminal things where the visual and the textual weave into and out of each other like a moebius strip.
In the latest GWW podcast, Prof. Sarah Senk discusses trauma theory and developing modes of witness in the digital age with Dr. Paul Flaig.
Pursuing their exploration of the visual representation of cities, photographer John Perivolaris and GWW director Ed Welch have published a photo-essay on photography, maps, and urban walking in the on-line review Berfrois.