Exhibition showcasing the work of 13 Scotland based artists exploring dual identities in their work.
14 Oct - 24 Feb 2024
- Emelia Kerr Beale, trust for support, 2022. Install view at French Institute. Photo Sally Jubb Photography.
Organised by:Fife Contemporary www.fcac.co.uk
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Curated by Cat Dunn and programmed by Fife Contemporary, the exhibition Crafted Selves: The Unfinished Conversation presents the work of 13 Scotland based artists exploring dual identities in their work.
The exhibition will showcase artists artists Adil Iqbal, Alberta Whittle, Ashanti Harris, Eden Dodd, Emelia Kerr Beale, Harvey Dimond, Joy Baek, Li Huang, Rae-Yen Song, Sara Pakdel-Cherry, Sekai Machache, Tilda Williams-Kelly and Viv Lee.
Working in sculpture, painting, ceramics, textiles, installation, moving image films and creative writing responses, the artists all in some way carry a dual identity. Many have a sense of their own self born from having a cultural heritage which is both Scottish and one which is rooted in another cultural home. The show also explores other dualisms and expressions of identity, including artists who express their, sexuality, disability, or trans and non-binary selves through their work.
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