URBEX and Look Again

A couple of my works will be in Newave Gallery‘s latest show, URBEX opening this Friday 22nd April!

URBEX is a group exhibition of works with a focus on architecture and the urban environment featuring myself alongside James Gow, Stuart Noble, Mairi Timoney and Martin Nelson. The show is part of Aberdeen’s Look Again Festival who have just announced the rest of their programme with some other fantastic projects to look forward to such as Turner Prize winners Assemble’s installation The Brutalist Playground at Peacock Visual Arts, Doug Fishbone fresh from the Venice Biennale with his Boomin’ Bus Tour, and Visual Artist Unit‘s latest Pillow Talk, this time focussing on artists’ working spaces featuring Kate Downie, Michael Agnew, Sara Gallie and Alexander Champion! Plenty to look forward to it and great to see it all happening at my old stomping ground Aberdeen!

URBEX is open Mon-Sat 10am – 5pm everyday at Newave Gallery with a late opening on Wed 27th April til 9pm. For more information, click here


Very proud to have been involved in curating and installing the exhibition, Toaty Wee, with Visual Artist Unit, for which I also have a wee work on show.

Toaty Wee is an open call exhibition with the focus of works on the concept of miniature. We received over 60 submissions and more than 100 teenie, tiny artworks which have all been installed in Stuart Noble’s incredible scale-model gallery spaces!

The exhibition is open now at our studios at Crownpoint Road and continues until Thursday 7th April! Email hello@vau.org.uk to arrange an appointment!

VAU Members Show 2015

Delighted to announce that I’ll be co-curating and exhibiting a piece of work for Visual Artist Unit‘s 2nd Annual Members Show to be held at Generator Projects in Dundee from 15 – 23 September this year!

VAU is an art organisation I co-founded along with a group of dear friends from art school after we graduated, and aims to support the ongoing development and establishment of emerging artists based in Scotland and to improve public engagement and access to contemporary art. This year’s Members Show will host individual works by 32 emerging artists based across Scotland and also London, so it’s bound to be an eclectic mix of exciting work!

To find out more about the projects VAU runs, please click here and by all means sign up to their mailing list to keep up to date!

Members Show 2015