The Makers

Jennifer Argo

Jennifer Argo is an artist from the North East of Scotland, based at Glasgow Sculpture Studios. She has a multidisciplinary practice comprised of sculpture, illustration, photography and installation. Her work looks at the natural world and geological time in relation to changing environments. 

MollyMae Whawell

The underlying concern of Whawell’s work is in the space between the material language of sculpture and embodied ways of knowing. The work invokes languages of the physical and the visceral in order to tap into something fleeting; that which is not easily understood through written or spoken language. The work is realised through sculpture, installation, choreography, performance, text and film.

Ashanti Harris

Ashanti Harris is an artist, dancer, teacher and activist.
Born in Guyana and brought up in Leeds, Ashanti moved to Glasgow to study at Glasgow School of Art. Since graduating in BA Hons Fine Art, Sculpture and Environmental Art, Ashanti has performed and exhibited her work nationally and internationally; including CCA, Transmission, The Glue Factory, The Pipe Factory, The Arches (Glasgow); Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre; ZKU and Volksbuhne Theatre (Berlin); North Lights Arts (Dunbar); and Fringe Arts Bath. Ashanti is also a co-founder of Glasgow Open Dance School (G.O.D.S). Ashanti continues to coordinate and facilitate workshops through G.O.D.S.
Clara Weale

Clara is an independent perfumer and fragrance designer, working with personal and environmental scent.
By isolating and emphasising olfactory information present within an environment she seeks to use abstract molecules to evoke and convey meaning.

Nikki Kane

Nikki Kane is curator who has presented projects across the UK and internationally with particular attention to public art, performance and participation.