Talbot Rice Residents


A group show in a white box gallery
Talbot Rice Residents. Installation view. Courtesy Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh. Photo: Sally Jubb

Alaya Ang, Crystal Bennes, Renèe Helèna Browne, Ross Fleming, Maria de Lima, Sekai Machache, Emmie McLuskey, Thulani Rachia, Kirsty Russell, Matt Zurowski

Foregrounding the practices of ten emerging Scottish-based artists, this exhibition will survey some of the key concerns confronted by contemporary creative practice. This includes works that examine relations between colonisation and damaged indigenous cultures – pertaining to land rights, ecological systems and the power of dreams; the politics of movement; systems of care; the world of commodities trading and explorations of queer relationships and histories. The second exhibition by Talbot Rice Residents, it will feature artists from the final two cohorts of the programme. Supported by the Freelands Artist Programme, an incredible nationwide project that has supported 80 artists across the UK, propelling them to new heights.

Talbot Rice Residents exhibition is supported by Edinburgh College of Art and Freelands Foundation.


Exhibition Guide

Forthcoming, will be available when the exhibition opens. 

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