Fraser Taylor is a Glasgow based interdisciplinary visual artist whose studio practice is rooted in drawing. Images occupy a space between figuration and abstraction and two and three dimensions. He studied Printed Textiles at Glasgow School of Art and The Royal College of Art. In 1983 he co-founded "The Cloth", a collective of four who established a studio in London to enable them to engage in projects in fine art and Design. Since 1983 he has exhibited internationally. As an educator he has lectured at leading fine art and design institutions. In 2001 Taylor was appointed Visiting Artist in the Department of Fiber and Material Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2017 he was awarded an Honorary Professorship from Glasgow School of Art, University of Glasgow and co-founded The Textile Collective. In 2018 the Ambassador Theatre Group and Scottish Opera commissioned Taylor to make a sculptural installation to mark the 150th Anniversary of Theatre Royal Glasgow. The sculpture’s seven components were inspired by a series of drawings the artist made from observing the Theatre Royal’s auditorium, foyer spaces, dramatic spiral staircase, rehearsals and performances. Look and Look Again reflects the many ways that audiences move through and around the Theatre Royal, enjoying multiple vantage points and vistas, and the building’s contrasting architectural styles which provide a wealth of images, forms, shapes and patterns. The components are mobile and embrace the idea of being both the observer and the observed.