Join us for the launch of ‘George Washington Wilson, Artist and Photographer’ on Thursday, 16 August at 7PM in the Arts Lecture Theatre at the University of Aberdeen, together with photographic historians Dr Brian May and Professor Roger Taylor.
Research Seminar Dr Sarah Cook (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design) Abstract In its early days, intermedia and information-based arts often found their own means of presentation and reception, from small artist-led networks, publications, servers and databases, to ad hoc temporary installations. Many of these are at risk of being lost in the mists of time, while …
Notes on the exhibition Eastern European Performance Art in Scotland: the Legacy of Richard Demarco, at the University of Aberdeen, MacRobert building, on view from now until 27 September 2016. #DemarcoEast
The GWW was recently featured in a documentary on censorship in art.
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.
North East Scotland College (NESC) student Bibo Keeley was not allowed to exhibit her mixed media work, Free as a Bird, in the school’s end of year degree show, because of the “inappropriate” nature of the image. Fern Insh and Amy Bryzgel discuss the artist’s work in the context of North American, Scottish and British feminist art.