Beth Dynowski (b.1985, Dumbarton, Scotland) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. She makes sculpture, installations, performances, poetry, public projects and texts. Her work explores the poetic and political potential of materials and language to construct and transform the relationship between individual and collective political, ethical and social imaginaries.
Exhibitions, projects, publications and performances include: Worksong, Generator Projects, Dundee, Scotland 2020; Phrase, The White Review Poet’s Prize Shortlist 2019; Poetics in Commons, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK 2019; Group Reading, Good Press, Glasgow, Scotland 2019; Free Association, CCA, Glasgow 2019 – ongoing; What mattered if the meaning were plain, The Old Hairdresser's, Glasgow, Scotland 2018; Beyond Perception, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK 2015; Dear Green, ZKU, Berlin, Germany 2014.
For more information visit: www.bethdynowski.com