Installation view of 'screaming by citation, lol ur so drama' (2019), Camara Taylor, for exhibition, something vague and irrational, Celine Gallery, 2019 w/ Sulaïman Majali.


Camara Taylor

Camara Taylor (b.1627, London) lives and works in Glasgow.  They are an artist and programmer who primarily produces moving-image, text and interdisciplinary events. Camara’s current work considers rumours, gossip, the excesses of dominant discourse, and lower frequencies of objection. 

Recent projects include, Echoes of a Black ____, developed as part of the National Theatre of Scotland’s Starter Programme (supported by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation); HYSTERIA for Rhythm Machine’s Non-Fiction series at David Dale Gallery, Glasgow and on the tips of our tongues, for SQIFF 2018, CCA Glasgow. They previously participated in Curatorial Directions, (MAC Belfast, 2019); Constellations (UP Projects/ FTHo, 2018) and were a Committee Member at Transmission Gallery (2016-18).

Solo exhibitions include, Flourish, The Gallow Gate, Glasgow. 

Group exhibitions include Domestic Bliss, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (2020), something vague and irrational (w/  Sulaïman Majali), Celine Gallery, Glasgow (2019); queer time school prints, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (2018); Road Maps, CCA Intermedia, Glasgow (supported by Glasgow International 2018) and Rum Retort, Tobacco Warehouse, Greenock (2016).