Contemporary fine artist based in North East Scotland
On the runway
On the runway captures the fashion industry through drawings, models’ voices, music, and highly detailed imagery of Dame Zandra Rhodes‘ bold prints and colourful patterns from the exhibition 50 Years of Fabulous.
Current and Upcoming Events
Creative Informatics Innovation Showcase
Fine art studios at Edinburgh College of Art
Thursday 30th June – Sunday 3rd July 2022
Painting Music creates music from live painted drawings using artificial intelligence. The AI algorithm is based on the type of learning used by the human brain. The portable standalone system enables live broadcasting of the artist’s practice through any physical and digital platform.
Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition
Saturday 23 April – Sunday 12 June 2022
In the bell began with Bethany whose incredible career and identity were at odds, as a transgender woman with a background in military and commercial diving. Inspired we looked to support her story with other voices, exploring the spectrum of experiences in grappling with societal heteronormative standards and gender presentation.
178 West Regent Street, Glasgow G2 4RL
Featured Artist for 2022 – Kate Steenhauer
Compass Gallery is one of Scotland’s longest established contemporary art galleries, renowned for is support of talented new graduates as well as more established artists.
Film and Video Award Aberdeen Art Gallery
16th April – 3rd July 2022 Aberdeen Artists’ Society Annual Exhibition
Makin’ bread is a 15-minute film in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The film combines performance, live drawings, verbatim and music. The work focusses on 91-year old Dorothy at Maryfield West Care Home in Aberdeen.
Projects In Depth
Tatties and Typhoid Ham is a fusion of live evolving visual art, music, poetry and spoken word, wherein three women born and bred in Aberdeen share their thoughts and experiences on being in lockdown during the typhoid outbreak in 1964 and their concurrent situation during the 2020 Coronavirus outbreak.
The making of a feminist is inspired by the complex entanglement of human and computer 'intelligence' in a time of crisis, in collaboration with Improviser Maria Sappho and Prof. Dubravka Pokrajac based at the University of Aberdeen. ’Invisible Women’, a book by...
The Player Piano draws inspiration from perforated piano rolls used in old pianolas. Sequential rolls of paper at the keyboard flows and rolls out gradually whilst Composer Ross Whyte performs and Visual Artist Kate Steenhauer draws, creating a dialogue which consists...