2022 GHAT Degree Show Exhibition Prize Exhibition
The Suttie Arts Space
15 April – 2 July 2023
This exhibition features the work of two artists selected by GHAT for the annual Degree Show Graduate Exhibition Award. It features the work of Sue Little of Moray School of Art in Elgin and Dexter Turriff-Davies of Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen.
Dexter studied Contemporary Art to an HND level at Dundee & Angus College before undertaking an undergraduate degree, BA (Hons) Contemporary Art Practice – at the Gray’s School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. Currently, he works as the Communications Officer for Stewart Hosie MP.
In 2019 he collaborated with Lateral North, Peacocks Visual Arts, Aberdeen International School and Poppy Scotland on an exhibition at the Scottish Parliament titled ‘What Do We Learn From Th1s?’. In 2022, he was selected for the upcoming Royal Scottish Academy New Contemporaries exhibition of new graduate works in 2024 for his degree show titled ‘Ettle Efter’, and he collaborated with Jacob Hoffmann for a publication titled ‘Collected Intimacies: A Document’.
Sue is a Textile Artist who creates installations as well as collaborative performances that investigate questions arising from health issues affecting the global population. Her first degree was in Biology graduating in 1982 from Stirling University. A career followed working as a Television Drama Script Supervisor for the BBC and as a freelancer. She completed a City & Guilds Certificate and Diploma in Design & Craft (Embroidery) in 2011 and 2013 followed by a degree in Fine Art Textiles in 2022 from Moray School of Art, Elgin. She was part of the M.A.D.E. Graduate Programme 2022/23. Sue currently lives and works in Portsoy, Aberdeenshire.
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This exhibition has been funded by Creative Scotland.
Exhibition photography by Mike Davidson.