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Rhona Warwick Paterson
Rhona Warwick Paterson is an arts writer, poet and visual arts consultant.
Recently commissioned poems;
‘Lipper’ Edmund de Waal and David Ward (Wunderkammer Press, Bath Spa University) 2017. On their joint exhibition Wavespeech for the Pier Art Centre, Orkney.
‘Fear is here, death is close’ Clare Woods’ Victim of Geography at DCA (Summer 2017)
‘Tethered’ Tessa Lynch for Spike Island Summer show 2017.
Commissioned essays include;
Our Glass Menageries, Andrew Miller Exhibition Catalogue, Sunderland Glass Centre, 2016.
Seeing Round Corners, Exhibition Catalogue for Turner Contemporary 2016
Life Rafts and Escape Hatches, Margaret Mellis and Hayley Tompkins for Afflilates Yearbook 2015
Look and Look and Look Again, Pier Art Gallery, in association with The d’Offay Foundation (Artist Rooms; TATE) for the summer 2015 programme on Damian Hirst and Margaret Mellis
Modern Scottish Women, (on sculptors; Ann Henderson, Mary Syme Boyd, Gwenneth Holt and Margaret Mellis) Exhibition Catalogue, National Galleries of Scotland, Published 2015.
Closing the Gap, Garth Evans and the Interstitial Spaces between Decision and Execution. Garth Evans Sculpture (Monograph) Beneath the Skin, 2013.
Rhona was commissioning editor for ‘Arcade; Artists and Place-making’ (Black Dog 2006) and from 2005 -2009 was the academic researcher in Scotland for Mapping the Practice and Profession Of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951. Prior to this she trained at the Glasgow School of Art in Environmental Art (2001) gained a Masters in Research into Creative Practice (2005) and continues to work collaboratively with artists.