Camara Taylor (b.1627, London) is an artist and - - - who lives and works in Glasgow. They work with their various selves, collaborators and organisations to produce still and moving images, texts and other things // Recent projects depart from rumour, gossip and ambivalent readings of historical matter | the work tends towards the excesses of dominant discourse(s) and lower frequencies of objection __ mostly in the context of Black life.
Solo exhibitions include: a rant! a reel!, Cubitt Gallery, London (2021); Flourish, The Gallow Gate, Glasgow (2017).
Group exhibitions include: 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).