Controversially banned earlier this year, Bibo Keeley’s ‘FREE AS A BIRD’ has been exhibited in Aberdeen for the first time.
Fern Insh writes about the need to pay more attention to Scottish visual culture of the seventeenth century.
On September 30th, Alex Forbes, a Ph.D. Candidate in Film & Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen, presented a talk entitled “Euro-Visions: Post-89 Cinema and the (In)visibility of the Migrant.”
GWW is delighted to announce the publication of New Silent Cinema, a collection co-edited by two of its members: Paul Flaig and Katherine Groo.
The World’s Biggest Eye Contact Experiment takes place on Thursday 15 October.