My personal favourite Nuart piece is the untitled graffiti work done by Fintan Magee in 2017, just off Loch street. A world travelling artist with Scottish origins, Fintan Magee has been referred to as Australia’s Banksy by some news reporters due to his dreamy but politically charged graffiti murals. He is unspecific about the meaning …
Next Wednesday, March 15th, Bárbara Barreiro will give a talk at the University of Aberdeen as part of the Film and Visual Culture Research Seminar series. The talk will take place at 12:00 in Meeting Room 3 of the Sir Duncan Rice Library. Text by Bárbara Barreiro, visiting PhD student at the University of Aberdeen, …
A new project starts this month, designing an app based on Aberdeen’s sights and sounds.
Ed Welch writes about the exploration of city life through sound, vision and memory in City of Ghosts.
The exhibition City of Ghosts, exploring Aberdeen through photography and sound, is running at the Gallery at Aberdeen University Library until February 2016.
More than one hundred years after GWW a photographer has to search hard for civic space to photograph.
Photographer John Perivolaris undertakes a residency in Aberdeen in March, engaging with the George Washington Wilson archive to explore how photography stages time, change and space in the city.