DELTIOLOGY // EYE AM CAMERA

The concept of this project is to create an enjoyable experience between artists and audience alike. Eye Am Camera Collective want to show the art world that an exhibition does not have to circulate around the materiality of money, to sell or buy a product or have an expensive presentation. The term Deltiology comes from Greek δελτίον, deltion, diminutive of δέλτος, deltos, “writing tablet, letter”; and -λογία, -logia) meaning the collection and study of picture postcards.

Eye Am Camera is a newly-formed art collaborative project created by a group of friends, lovers and fellow artists. This is the collective’s first exhibition in Glasgow featuring work from 27 visual artists in different stages of their art careers and in a wide range of mediums. The exhibition will consist of approximately over 540 postcard prints of the featured artists’ work. At Eye Am Camera closing event each member of the audience will be invited to  take a print they like home with them and to create a new human connection with an artist and their work.

Exhibiting artists:
Andrea Popyordanova
Bleu Hope
Calvin Downie
Cloud Tanadyńska
Diana Savova
Dimosthenis Bogiatzis
Elizaveta Maltseva
Evonne Bain
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Jack Low
Jiawei Song
Julia Barbour
Julie Huggan
Karen Beattie
Karolina Draczynska
Kevin Andrew Morris
Martin Hensey (Red Balloon Studio)
Megan Rudden
Morvern Odling
Paul Gorman
RebT
Samantha Dick
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Seirin Hyung
Stella Phipps
Tara Kathleen Stewart
Zoe McArthur

Six Foot Gallery will present Deltiology by Eye Am Camera from the  10th November 2016 – 24th November 2016. 

Join us for a unique closing party event on the 24th November from 6-8pm. 

Fionnuala McGowan – Fold, Crumple, Crease.

Fold, Crumple, Crease.

Fionnuala McGowan

Solo Exhibition – 17th – 31st March

Preview – Thursday 17th – 6-8pm

Fionnuala’s practice explores the tension between three-dimensional and two-dimensional forms and their roles in altering our spatial perception. Using a combination of print and sculpture, raw materials and photographic images, the artist encourages the viewer to question how they interact with and understand what they are seeing. The imagery and structures within the work reference abstract and geometric forms found within nature and science, and often use microscopic images as sources of inspiration. The artist manipulates these images through methods such as folding or crumpling and finally photocopying, producing prints which have an illusion of space and an uncertainty as to whether they depict something natural or artificial.

Iron Sculpture
Crumpled Sheet
Cave in
Disturbance