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Questions To Ask Yourself Before Building Your First House

Questions To Ask Yourself Before Building Your First House

Group show featuring work by Miranda Blennerhassett, Emma Ewan and Katie McGown.

“In order to understand the function of ornament, we must begin by understanding the nature of space in general. Space, when properly formed, is whole. The main purpose of ornament in the environment – in buildings, rooms and public spaces – is to make the world more whole by knitting it together….” This group show, featuring work by Miranda Blennerhassett, Emma Ewan and Katie McGown, explores the systematic appropriation of architectural styles and details to create abstracted, yet recognisable environments.

Miranda Blennerhassett

Miranda completed a BA Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee in 2004. She then exhibited nationally and internationally before graduating from National College of Art and Design (Dublin) in 2007 with a Master of Fine Art. Miranda has recently exhibited work in a solo show at Black Mariah Gallery, Triskel Arts Centre, Cork (2014), within the group show Drawn Away Together at Talbot Rice (2013) and was commissioned by MAP magazine to present an animation viewable on their website (2014).

http://www.mirandablennerhassett.co.uk/

Emma Ewan

Emma graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2012, where she continues to live and work. In 2013 she was in residence at Hospitalfield Arts, Arbroath and Unit 7 Studios, Glasgow. She is a recent recipient of the Arts Trust Award and exhibited in Modular Manner for Glasgow Open House Art Festival (2014). This year Emma will be participating in Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s Micro Residency programme.

http://www.emmaewan.com/

Katie McGown

Katie graduated from Ontario College of Art and Design University (BFA in Sculpture and Installation) in 2004 and Glasgow School of Art (MFA) in 2007. Recent exhibitions include TRANSFIXTURE (Project Room, Glasgow, 2014) and Four Day Stand, Embros Theatre, Athens, (2013). In 2012 she was the recipient of a bursary award from the Royal British Society of Sculptors, which she is also a member.

http://www.katiemcgown.com/

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