Sat, 12 November 2022 - Sun, 29 January 2023


Street Level Photoworks - Trongate 103, G1 5 HD

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Cost: Free

Street Level Photoworks

Type: Exhibition

© Sasha Gartside Knudsen

FUTUREPROOF is an annual showcase of new talent in photographic image making, selected from across Scotland’s photography and fine art degree courses. Each year this landmark exhibition reflects the range of approaches and subject matter from recent graduates, celebrating photography as a versatile form of creative expression.

For the first time, FUTUREPROOF takes place simultaneously across Street Level Photoworks (Glasgow) and Stills (Edinburgh) – Scotland’s two dedicated photography galleries. This collaboration has enabled FUTUREPROOF 2022 to encapsulate more of the rich and varied forms of contemporary photographic practice by emerging artists from across the country. The selected artists have each expressed their unique styles and approaches to photography; exploring traditional and alternative methods – plus a range of different mediums in their presentations, alongside artist-made books and other mediums.

Featuring work by Aiste Banelyte (Glasgow School of Art), Lorien Barker (City of Glasgow College), Shannon Best (Glasgow School of Art), Eve Brodie (Edinburgh College), Natalie Dawson (Glasgow School of Art), Denise Delaunay-Wood (Grays School of Art), Spencer Dent (Glasgow School of Art), Sasha Gartside Knudsen (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design), Finn Gibson (Glasgow School of Art), Patrick Gordon (Edinburgh Napier University), Danielle Haynes (City of Glasgow College), Phoebe Janes (Edinburgh College of Art), Theodore Wilkins-Lang (Glasgow School of Art), Molly Mack (Forth Valley College), Neil McCulloch (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design), Catriona MacKenzie (Edinburgh College of Art), Abby Pryce (City of Glasgow College), Owen Rose (Edinburgh Napier University), Keira Jem Thomson (Grays School of Art) and Susan J Whitingham (University of the Highlands & Islands)

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