In Residence is an exhibition of new works by artists supported by the Royal Scottish Academy Residencies for Scotland programme. RSA Residencies for Scotland enables visual artists to undertake a period of research, development and production at partner venues across Scotland. Artists taking part in Residences for Scotland conceive and plan their residencies entirely on their own terms, allowing for a period of uninhibited creativity.
Aqsa Arif undertook her residency at Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow. Her resulting work explores the dualities of belonging and displacement, and the process of healing through archetypal storytelling, drawing from her personal experiences as a Pakistani refugee in Scotland.
Fionn Duffy split her time between An Lanntair on the Isle of Lewis and the Scottish Sculpture Workshop in Lumsden to develop a body of work centred around Barvas Ware, a milk-glazed pottery made in Lewis in the early 20th century.
Katie Hallam used her time at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop to develop her sculptural practice exploring liminal states and future landscapes. Her new work explores the impact our digital culture and material technologies have on the earth’s surface.
Rhona Warwick Paterson was resident at Cove Park in Helensburgh where she collaborated with dancer and choreographer Eve Mutso to reimagine the Greek myth of Callisto, creating a multi-disciplinary live work that incorporated sculpture, poetry, dance and sound.
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