Rhona Warwick

Rhona Warwick

BA Hons Fine Art: Sculpture & Environmental Art
MA Research in Creative Practice (Glasgow School of Art)

Research Assistant - Scotland (January 2008 - August 2009)
Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951

History of Art Department
University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QQ
UK

Tel. +44 (0)141 330 1978
Fax. +44 (0)141 330 3513
Email r.warwick@arthist.arts.gla.ac.uk

Research

Sculpture, public art and cultural geographies in Scotland from the mid 19th century to present day. 

Publications

2008
‘Throwing Shapes: Mischa Kuball and the Anxiety of Squares’, Public Art Scotland

2007
‘Fantoun’, The Glasgow School of Art.
‘Art and Research, A Journal of ideas contexts and methods.’ (Volume 1, No.2 ‘Art and the Political’ Summer 2007)

2006
‘Arcade; Artists and Place-making’ Editor and contributor, Black Dog Publishing, 2006. ISBN: 978190477254

Conference Papers & Guest Lectures

2009
Mapping Methodologies seminar, University of Glasgow.

2008
‘Lions and Unicorns: Mapping the cultural geographies of Edinburgh through the career of Phyllis Bone’, Mapping Sculpture seminar, University of Glasgow.
‘Mapping the imagined city’, Cumbria School of Art.

2007
‘Fragments, Montage and The Arcades Project’, The Glasgow School of Art

Exhibitions and Residencies

  • 2008-9, Artist-in-Residence: Stills Gallery, Edinburgh.
  • March 2009, ‘The Winged Citadel’ Public tour of Edinburgh in collaboration with Alasdair Gray and Jim Colquhoun.
  • Feb 2009, ‘Fantoun’, Public reading.
  • Jan 2009, Public screening of ‘London’ by Patrick Keiler
  • Dec 2008, Public discussion of ‘Lanark’ by Alasdair Gray
  • Nov 2008-March 2009, Urban Reflections (‘They looked for a City’), Group exhibition with Dan Graham, Sabine Hornig, et al.
  • 2006-07, Writer-in-Residence: Glasgow Sculpture Studio.
  • 2006, Young Art from Glasgow (‘Volpones corner’)‘ ak28 Stockholm
  • 2005, Prisms & Shadows (‘Capeks Nose’) Glasgow Print Studio
  • 2004, Totalkunst Forest Gallery Edinburgh.
  • 2003, Moving Dust Intermedia Gallery, Glasgow.