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AMBIT: Photographies from Scotland 2019
13 April 2019 until 23 June 2019
Street Level Photoworks
Featuring work by: Edyta Majewska, Iain Sarjeant, Csilla Kozma, Katy Hundertmark, and Matthew Arthur Williams.
AMBIT is an exhibition of work celebrating new and diverse approaches to photographic image making in Scotland. The participating artists deploy diverse approaches, including the everyday in social landscape, performative and object based intersections with photography, alternative processes embracing hybrids between photography and printmaking, and themes from the theatrical and mythical, to those of gender and citizenship. All the work is recent and made on the whole for AMBIT.
AMBIT is a partnership between Street Level Photoworks (Glasgow), and Stills (Edinburgh), Scotland’s public venues dedicated to photography. The exhibition will be presented across both venues and is a joint venture aimed at showcasing some of the current tendencies and innovative talent from the photography sector in Scotland.
The exhibition at Stills runs from 12th April to 2nd June 2019 and features work by Kieran Dodds, Brittonie Fletcher, Alex Hall, Morwenna Kearsley, Mhairi Law and Frances Scott – http://www.stills.org/exhibition/future-exhibition/ambit-photographies-from-scotland