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Minty Donald

Minty Donald (b. 1961 in Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Scotland)  Lives and works in Glasgow and Madrid. Minty Donald is an artist, researcher and Professor of Contemporary Performance Practice at the University of Glasgow. Her practice, which she regularly undertakes with artist, Nick Millar, explores interrelationships between humans and the other-than-human environments that they shape, build and inhabit; environments that also, reciprocally, mould and permeate them. Her practice takes multiple forms, determined by the context in which she is working, but has entailed performance, sculpture, participatory events, and writing. In her practice, she treats other-than-human matter as a collaborator, acknowledging its liveliness and agency, while also recognising the limits and inequalities of human/other-than-human collaboration. Her recent practice focuses on interrelationships between humans and rivers or other watercourses.

Solo shows include: 2019 Aguas Ocultas, Aguas Olvidadas, CAR-INLAND, Madrid, Spain (with Nick Millar); 2019 Erratic Drift, Architecture Fringe, Glasgow (with Nick Millar);  2017 Watermeets: Kuopio, ANTI Contemporary Art Festival, Kuopio, Finland (with Nick Millar); 2017 Watermeets: Hamburg, Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany (with Nick Millar); 2016 THEN/NOW, public art commission, Forth and Clyde Canal, Glasgow, Scotland (with Neil McGuire and Nick Millar); 2015 Water Borrow and Water Map, The Stove, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland (with Nick Millar); 2015 Watermeets: Nithsdale, Environmental Art Festival Scotland (with Nick Millar); 2015 Guddling About: Govan, Buzzcut Festival, Glasgow, Scotland (with Nick Millar); 2014 Bridging Part 2, Culture 2014, Glasgow, Scotland (with Nick Millar); 2013 Guddling About: Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (with Nick Millar) 2012; The Nature of Water, Up to Nature Festival, Gloucester, England; 2010 Bridging Part 1, International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts, Glasgow, Scotland (with Nick Millar; 2009 Façade Fruitmachine, public art commission, Glasgow City Council, Britannia Panopticon building, Glasgow; 2008 Riverstop, Glasgow River Festival, (with Nick Millar); 2008 Glimmers in Limbo, Tramway, Glasgow; 2007 Glimmers in Limbo, Britannia Panopticon building, Glasgow. 

Group shows include: 2012, High-Slack-Low-Slack-High, Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art (artist and curator, with Nick Millar); 2004 The Way I See It, CCA, Glasgow.

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