This exhibition was about celebrating who we are. What do we have in common, and what makes us unique?
In the year of Scotland’s Census we are exploring who lives in Scotland today, who came before us and who will come after us.
Inspired by the questions asked in the census, Counted: Scotland’s Census 2022 considered the complex notion of identity. How is this shaped by our religion, occupation, health, ethnicity?
New acquisitions by photographers working in Scotland today including Kieran Dodds, Arpita Shah and Danny North were presented alongside nineteenth century photographs by Thomas Annan and Hill & Adamson - offering comparisons between past and present generations of Scots.
Amara Eno | The 25 Percent
Photographer Amara Eno’s series The 25 Percent explores the landscape of single parenthood across the UK.
Mahtab Hussain | You Get Me?
Photographer Mahtab Hussain discusses his project You Get Me? in this interview with curator Louise Pearson.
Craig Waddell | Masc
Curator Louise Pearson speaks to photographer Craig Waddell about the series Masc.
Danny North | As I Found Her: A Portrait of Eigg
A discussion of Danny North's photographic portrait of one Hebridean island, its people and their way of life.
Edyta Majewska | Other White
The photography project Other White developed from Polish-born Edyta Majewska’s increasing anxiety about life in post-Brexit Britain.
Kieran Dodds | Gingers
Kieran Dodds discusses how he has traced hotspots of red hair around the world.
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