During the virtual studio visit resident Marion Carré introduced her artistic practice and processes and gave an insight about her work in the framework of the digital residency New Forms of Togetherness
. The digital studio visit was featured on the Goethe-Institut Glasgow Facebook page and the Alliance Française Glasgow Instagram channel.
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During the virtual studio visit for New Forms of Togetherness
, artist Libby Odai introduced her artistic practice and processes. She gave an insight into current projects and her planned work in the framework of the digital residency 'New Forms of Togetherness' in conversation with Sabrina Henry (assistant curator at CCA Glasgow).
is a curator, costume designer and textile artist. She works as assistant curator at CCA Glasgow as part of the exhibitions, talks and events programmes. In her personal practise she works with artists of various disciplines to connect pre-colonial Black Atlantic traditions with the British experience as a way to re-imagine the future.
Introductory artist talk with visual artists Siri Black, Libby Odai and Marion Carré moderated by curator Prof. Sarah Cook.
is a curator of contemporary art. She is professor of Museum Studies in Information Studies at the University of Glasgow. She is editor of 24/7: A Wake-up Call For Our Non-stop World (Somerset House, 2019) and INFORMATION (Documents of Contemporary Art, Whitechapel and MIT Press, 2016) and co-author (with Beryl Graham) of Rethinking Curating: Art After New Media (MIT Press, 2010; Chinese edition 2016). Sarah Cook is one of the curators behind Scotland’s only digital arts festival NEoN Digital Arts
and was founder/curator of LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery in the School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee. She recently curated 24/7 for Somerset House, London.