Project Ability are pleased to present a group exhibition featuring new work made by artists who took part in the Residency Programme 2013. The residency was set up in 2010 to support both Project Ability and Scottish based artists by providing time, space and facilities in which to concentrate on artistic development in a supportive and engaging artistic environment.
The artists in this exhibition were resident in Project Ability’s workshop space for short and intense working periods lasting one month exploring individual practices and integrating within our collaborative community. The focus of the programme is for individual research, experimentation through interaction and discussion between the artists and devised through this collaborative exhibition. The programme is currently in an exciting phase of development with new partnerships arising with different organisations, programmes and arts practitioners to be announced in the coming year.
The exhibition features work from Ruth Ansell, Lea Cummings, Lorraine Hamilton, Nicola Henderson, Genevieve and Jordan Kay-Gourlay and Linda Mahoney.