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Dislocations. [Exhibition] (2021)
Exhibition / Performance
Dislocations. Online exhibition held on 21 June - 16 July 2021, Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities, Glasgow.

This exhibition is an online video art show selected for the summer school of the Scottish Graduate School for the Arts and Humanities. It features work by Elena Chemerska, Ivana Mirchevska, Ahmet Ögut, Mila Panić, Stella Rooney, Olia Sosnovskaya and... Read More about Dislocations. [Exhibition].

Edward Allington: things unsaid. (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Edward Allington: things unsaid. Exhibition held on 25 October 2019 - 23 February 2020, Henry Moore Institute and the Upper Sculpture Study Gallery at Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds.

Seeking new ways of 'moving and matching the complexity of the world', Edward Allington (1951-2017) was part of a generation of artists responding to changing aesthetic, social and cultural values at the end of the 1970s. A sculptor, writer and educa... Read More about Edward Allington: things unsaid..

Notes on a periphery. (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
Notes on a periphery. Exhibition held 4-18 October 2019, Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen.

An exhibition of recent photography and video work by four artists: Anne Campbell, Sapphire Goss, Lottie Davies and Eugene Schlumberger. Whilst peripheral regions have loomed large in traditional histories of art made in the British group of nations,... Read More about Notes on a periphery..

In between states. [Exhibition] (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
In between states. Exhibition held on 6 June - 6 July 2019, The W OR M, 2019 Look Again Festival, Aberdeen.

An exhibition of contemporary artists, three from North Macedonia, Ana Jovanovska, Ana Lazarenvsk and Ivana Sidzimovska and two from Scotland, Jack Handscome and Izzy Thomson and curated by Jon Blackwood. The exhibition took place in Peacock Visual A... Read More about In between states. [Exhibition].

On utopian realism: the art of Mladen Miljanović. (2019)
Exhibition / Performance
BLACKWOOD, J. 2019. On utopian realism: the art of Mladen Miljanović. Essay produced to accompany the exhibition: 'Mladen Miljanović: Utopian Realism', 8 February - 14 March 2019, Peacock Visual Arts [online], Aberdeen. Available from: https://peacockvisualarts.com/mladen-miljanovic-utopian-realism/

This essay accompanies the first solo exhibition in Scotland by Mladen Miljanovic, a post-conceptual video and performance artist based in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The exhibition can be read, in one way, as a mini-retrospective; starting w... Read More about On utopian realism: the art of Mladen Miljanović..

Positive geographies: contemporary art from Aberdeen. [Exhibition] (2018)
Exhibition / Performance
Positive geographies: contemporary art from Aberdeen. Exhibition held on 8-18 June 2018, Look Again Festival, Aberdeen.

An exhibition of contemporary art by Jessica Barrie, Paula Buškevica, Donald Butler, Mary Gordon, Alexandra McGregor and Svetlana Panova, curated by Jon Blackwood.

Captured state: new art from Macedonia. [Exhibition] (2017)
Exhibition / Performance
Captured state: new art from Macedonia. Exhibition held on 7 October - 30 November 2017, Summerhall, Edinburgh.

An exhibition of Macedonia artists Ephemerki (Jasna Dimitrovska and Dragana Zarevska), Verica Kovacevska, OPA (Slobadanka Stevceska and Denis Saraginovski), Igor Toshevski and Bojan Ivanov, curated by Jon Blackwood.

Archipelago: new work by three Scottish artists. [Exhibition] (2017)
Exhibition / Performance
Archipelago: new work by three Scottish artists. Exhibition held on 21 January - 17 March 2017, Summerhall, Edinburgh.

An exhibition of contemporary art by David Blyth, Alan Grieve and Derrick Guild, curated by Jon Blackwood.

Imaginarium: contemporary video art from Macedonia. [Exhibition] (2016)
Exhibition / Performance
Imaginarium: contemporary video art from Macedonia. Exhibition held on 4-18 November 2016, Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen.

Video art in the Republic of Macedonia began to be made in second half of the 1980s. In this late period of the former Yugoslavia, video was experimental in nature and came about largely through collaboration with state television. In these years, vi... Read More about Imaginarium: contemporary video art from Macedonia. [Exhibition].