6th December 2019
10th January 2020

Through her work Hydrographic, Céline Amendola explored the potential of art to critique our interpretative habits. She used varied techniques and media relating to cultures of craft to interrogate their cultural and historical background. The exhibition was part of an exchange between Gallery Céline and Recent Activity.

Céline is an independent artist-run gallery founded by Céline Amendola, Adam Lewis Jacob and Michael White. Operating out of a shared apartment, their intention has been to diversify the make-up of Glasgow’s art scene by hosting exhibitions and performances by emerging local and international peers who are not currently afforded a voice by the city’s established curatorial circles. Through curatorial takeovers and a casual approach to ‘directorship’, Gallery Céline cultivates a sensitivity of approach, shunning the notion that a curatorial position be used as a platform for authorial agendas to be played out through the works of others.

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