Glasgow international 2018

20 April—
7 May

Carla Scott Fullerton

Carla Scott Fullerton (b.1980 in Edinburgh, Scotland) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. Fullerton works with sculpture and printmaking. She is interested in the language that sculpture creates through materials and processes and the relationships between forms and structure, between architecture and people and how these elements relate to each other.

Solo shows include: If these walls had ears, Chert, Berlin, Germany (2015); DOCU-PRESS 4, Frans Masereel Centtrum, Belgium (2014); Occupying Forms, Glasgow Print Studios, Glasgow, Scotland (2013).

Group shows include: Amazing Perplexity, FACE, Kiev, Ukraine (2017); Factually Real Illusions, Cookhouse Gallery, Chelsea College of Art, London (2016); Semi-gloss, Semi-permeable, Glasgow International (2016); International Women’s Contemporary Art Forum – A Crossing Section of Art, BankART Studio NYK, Yokohama, Japan (2015); Concrete Ribs, Govanhill Baths, Glasgow, Scotland (2015); Every Day, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland (2013); You’re My Wife Now, Infernoesque Project Space, Berlin, Germany (2013); Stile Project, Berlin (2013).

For more information visit carlascottfullerton.com.

Carla Scott Fullerton

Stretch/Pulled/Inked

Exhibition

Stretch/Pulled/Inked is a new installation by Carla Scott Fullerton that combines printmaking and sculpture to examine the urban environment. Scott Fullerton is interested in the language that sculpture creates through its materials and processes; the relationships between forms and structure, between architecture and people, and how all of these elements relate to each other. This body of work explores different printmaking techniques such as linocut, woodcut, screen printing and lithography to create its sculptural forms.

Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Wed & Fri-Sun, 10am-6pm
Thu, 10am-8pm

Partially accessible

Erica Eyres, Carla Scott Fullerton, Levi Hanes, Conor Kelly, Garnet McCulloch, Dan Monks, Hirofumi Suda, and Kari Stewart

Glasshouse

Exhibition
Installation

This group show addresses Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens as a heterotopic space containing its own oppositions; interior and exterior, nature and culture, global and local.

It explores how these paradoxes relate to the interplay of local and global forces upon the communities and places of Glasgow. The artists bring their own experiences as international artists based in the city, to engage with the unique setting of The Botanic Gardens as a site for constructing and maintaining unexpected encounters close to home.

Supported by Canada House.

Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sun, 10am-6pm

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