From 4rd November – 15th December, from 6pm to 8.30pm, our HND2 Art students are exhibiting ‘Boxed’ alongside professional artists Matthew Inglis and Miriam Dokotliverth
HND2 Students of Art & Design, Kelvin College, invite you to think “Inside the Box” with an exhibition of box art.
Inspired by the concept of box art, the students will present ‘BOXED’, inviting audiences to ‘’Think Inside the Box’. The exhibition presents an exploration into individual themes exploring Identity, Self-image, Semiotics, Music, Place, Towns & Cities, Memories and Ecology. Their work will be exhibited alongside the box dioramas of Edinburgh based artist Matthew Inglis whose show is entitled ‘The Butterfly Effect’ and the wooden constructions of Glasgow based artist Miriam Dokotliver, entitled ‘Wood and Tale’.
The Butterfly Effect
Edinburgh based artist Matthew Inglis brings his celebrated show ‘The Butterfly Effect’ to Glasgow. Shown recently at the Edinburgh College of Art Andrew Grant Gallery and co curated by Bill Hare and Gordon Brennan, Glasgow audiences will have a chance to view this series of diorama boxes that, “…encapsulate poetic, tragic, humorous, absurd and eccentric narratives.” The work is showing as part of BOXED at Glasgow Kelvin College West Campus, which opens this Thursday 3rd November, 5-8.30pm, all welcome.
Wood and Tale
A selection of wooden box constructions by Miriam Dokotliver.
Miriam Dokotliver is a mixed media artist based in Glasgow. She was born in the Ukraine, lived in Poland, was brought up in Israel, travelled widely, then moved to England and finally made her home in Scotland, therefore, home, language and culture are unfathomable issues.
She graduated from Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art, went on to study for her Masters in Fine Art at Gray’s School of Art and is currently undertaking an MLitt in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow.