Glasgow international 2018

20 April—
7 May

Fiona Beveridge

Fiona Beveridge (b. 1991) is a Scottish artist living and working in Edinburgh. Beveridge is a multidisciplinary artist who constructs mixed media environments that are vitalised by colour and metamorphosis. Her work is spontaneously playful as she combines drawing and sculptural methods to create sensory stimulated experiences through visual perception and emotion.

Beveridge works impulsively with found material that is then removed of its intentional concept as she forms patterns of imagery through her experimental projects. She is also interested in material purpose and unpredictable surface outcomes, as well as the indulgence of mark making and how natural systems can adapt and alter their own structures to account for new forces and therefore form new orders. 

Group exhibitions include: Melon / Slice 5, The Number Shop Gallery, Edinburgh Art Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2017; FEVER DREAMS, Edinburgh Annuale Festival, Summerhall, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2017; Dulce Cacafonia, Galeria de la Facultad de Bellas Artes, UABJO, Ciudad Universitaria, Oaxaca, Mexico, 2017;  FFR UK – MEX 2017, The Koppel Project, London, England 2017;  £3672.96, group exhibition, Bussey Buildings/CLF Art Cafe, London, England, 2015; Selected graduate and cover artist, New Contemporaries, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2015. 

For more information visit fjbeveridge.tumblr.com.

The Number Shop Studios and Gallery: Natasha Russell, Alessandro Di Massimo, Flo Gordon, Theo Cleary, Fiona Beveridge, Beck Tait, Iain Sommerville, Joe Coghill, Lewis Matheson, Natalie Doyle, Alistair Grant & Edward Twaddle

REFRACTION

Exhibition

The twelve artists of The Number Shop present REFRACTION: a sequence of screen-based works that mutate from the starting theme of Binge Watching. Taking the framework of the parlour game Telephone, REFRACTION brings together fields of stop-motion, digital animation, illustration and film in a 24-hour collaborative loop.

Tue 20 April – Tue 15 May
24 hours

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