Micro Residents 2013/14

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop is delighted to announce the 2013/14 Micro Residents.

Rachel Adams

Rachel Adams (b. 1985, Newcastle upon Tyne, lives and works in Glasgow) Graduated with Fine Art MA from University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh College of Art in 2009.

Recent exhibitions include:
– Space-Craft, Tramway, Glasgow 2013
– Posturing, part of the Sculpture Show, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh 2012
– Refurnished, Galerie De Expeditie, Amsterdam 2012
– Cut From Whole Cloth, Domobaal, London 2011
– Marble Mouthed, The Duchy, Glasgow 2011



Michelle Hannah

Michelle Hannah is a Glasgow Based Artist, born in Alexandria, Scotland and a graduate from the Masters of Fine Art course at Glasgow School of Art.

Selected Exhibitions/Performances/Screenings include:
– NGCA, Modern Edinburgh Film School
– CGP London, Whitely Arts Festival, University of London, Vetlanda Museum
– Glasgow Project Rooms, Gi 2012, Dresden Film Festival
– CCA, Generator Projects, Embassy Gallery “There is a strong sense of Romanticism in my practice, mainly in the roles which sound, performance and expanded cinema has in tackling the themes of metaphysics and science fiction.”



Chris Walker

Since completing his MFA at ECA in 2004 Chris Walker has exhibited regularly, nationally and internationally.

Recent Work includes:
– Project !Wakaka! At Outskirts Festival, Platform, Glasgow (2012) and Polygon, Kunstarkaden, Munich
(2011). Chris’s work is informed by contemporary news reporting and censorship; the every-day nature of presentation of
violence in the media; consumerism and materialistic imperatives and contemporary philosophical ideas relating
to ethics.


Chloe Windsor

Chloe Windsor graduated from University of Dundee with a BA (HONS) Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practices.

Since graduation she has exhibited across Scotland, most recently in a solo exhibition at Superclub, Edinburgh.

She has been the recipient of the Gold Prize award at the Young Athenians Exhibition in the Moray Art Centre.
She has also been awarded the Art, Philosophy and Contemporary Practices Award from the University of