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When the Light Shifts
6 March 2017 until 1 April 2017
Glasgow Women's Library
When the Light Shifts is a national touring exhibition that brings together over fifteen of Scotland’s female photographers. The show represents a vibrant range of current practice, from intimate portraiture to experimental images of organic matter, to vital enquiries about what a camera is and how we use it in today’s world.
Photography is a powerful way to share our stories, to describe our realities – or our dreams – and to document what is important to us. The work of an evolving network of Scotland’s women photographers initiated by writer and curator Katherine Parhar, When the Light Shifts is a vital collaborative project that celebrates community in creativity for Scotland, with photographers and audiences alike.
Join us for our opening event with Katherine and the exhibiting artists on Saturday 11th March between 1.30pm and 3.30pm.
When the Light Shifts is produced and curated in partnership with Napier University.
Artists include (but are not limited to): Arpita Shah, Susanne Ramsenthaler, Catherine Cameron, Sarah Fishlock, Karen Vaughan, Zoe Hammil, Sylvia Grace Borda, Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte, Margaret Mitchell, Jolanta Dolewska, Alicia Bruce, Sophie Gerrard, Nina Bacos, Mairead Keating, Iseult Timmermans, Helen Jones, Edyta Majewska and Melanie Letore.
This exhibition is free to attend and there is no need to book. For opening times see the ‘Where to Find Us’ section of the GWL website.