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A Scottish Visual Artist, currently residing in Glasgow, completing a BA (Hons) of Fine Art, majoring in Fine Art Photography at the Glasgow School of Art.


CV

Education

Glasgow School of Art - Fine Art Photography Student. (2012-present)

Exhibitions

2014 Entropy Fine Art Photography Group Show, Richmond Building, GSA, Glasgow
2013 The Body Fine Art Group Exhibition, Macintosh Building, GSA, Glasgow

Contact

steventainsh@outlook.com

For the final term of 2nd year, we are making our own artist books, and this is a preview of what I’ve made. It features a body of work that I have made over the past year and a half. 

I have sent it off to be printed, and hopefully in two weeks time, I will have a good quality artist book. 

Another photograph of mine being reblogged onto a page I have no control over. The content on this blog was more relative to the work, unlike the first blog. 

I noticed that one of my photographs was reblogged on this website, so I decided to go and have a look at the content on the blog. This is what I found. Looking further past my photograph, the content got a lot stranger and it has prompted me to make work based on what I found. 

Normally, we’re in control of how/where/when our work is displayed. Reblogging takes that control away, in a sense, when it comes to displaying work online via tumblr. 

New additions to my Detachment series, which might end up in my “Era” book project. 

New work that will be included in my “Era” book project. 
I’m also tempted to print this one out big like my work for the Entropy exhibition and mount it on turquoise/blue perspex. 

New work that will be included in my “Era” book project. 

I’m also tempted to print this one out big like my work for the Entropy exhibition and mount it on turquoise/blue perspex. 

"Found" is an ongoing project for me. I posted a while back about finding glitches on screens I spotted whilst I was in South Korea. One of the screens was on a underground train, used to help navigate people. I liked the idea of documenting our dependence on technology and how it’s bleeding more and more into real life. 

This is a recent picture I made when I couldn’t get my TV back home to work. 

"Found" is an ongoing project for me. I posted a while back about finding glitches on screens I spotted whilst I was in South Korea. One of the screens was on a underground train, used to help navigate people. I liked the idea of documenting our dependence on technology and how it’s bleeding more and more into real life. 

This is a recent picture I made when I couldn’t get my TV back home to work. 

Making new work for my “Era” project, which is going to be an artist book, featuring a combination of glitch artwork and text based works.

Making new work for my “Era” project, which is going to be an artist book, featuring a combination of glitch artwork and text based works.

Night Drive experiment

Night Drive experiment