The whole of Modern One is given over to GENERATION. An extensive range of work by artists such as Charles Avery, Kate Davis, Jonathan Monk, Lucy McKenzie, Victoria Morton, Jonathan Owen, Julie Roberts and Alison Watt demonstrates the continuing vitality of painting and drawing in Scotland and show how artists frequently use different media in their practice. As well as room-sized installations by Ross Sinclair (Real Life Rocky Mountain), Graham Fagen (Peek-A-Jobby), Torsten Lauschmann (At the Heart of Everything A Row of Holes) and Simon Starling (Burn-Time), a number of newly commissioned installations have been created especially for the exhibition by Claire Barclay, Toby Paterson, Ciara Philips and Alex Dordoy, all made in response to the architecture of the rooms in which they are shown.
The use of moving image has been a significant aspect of the visual artists in Scotland over the last 25 years, and at Modern One, amongst the films and video works on show are Douglas Gordon’s celebrated 24 Hour Psycho, Henry Coombes’ The Bedfords, Smith/Stewart’s Breathing Space and Roderick Buchanan Soda Stream.
Keep up to date on all the latest GENERATION exhibition and events news at generationartscotland.org
"If you see one art show this year, you should make it GENERATION." The Herald
"GENERATION: the mega-show that proves Scottish art is fizzing with energy" The Guardian
"...rich in ideas across diverse media, GENERATION shows how the Scottish art world presented a challenge to the hegemony of larger centres in Berlin and London." The Times