Approved: 16.08.2006

Ally Wallace

Approved: 16.08.2006

My work reflects my personal experience of architecture and urban design. I spend a lot of time looking at and photographing details of buildings and architectural landscaping, to use as source material. In my current work I am interested in how art is often integrated into urban design at all levels, from public art commissions to architectural features and municipal street landscaping.

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  • Location: Glasgow, Scotland
 

Biography

My work reflects my personal experience of architecture and urban design. I spend a lot of time looking at and photographing details of buildings and architectural landscaping, to use as source material. In my current work I am interested in how art is often integrated into urban design at all levels, from public art commissions to architectural features and municipal street landscaping.

CV & Education

Protected Programme Projects (PPP) 2007 - Ally Wallace, statement on practice Solo exhibitions 2010 - Modblocks, Shown consecutively at St. Benedict's and Our Lady of Good Counsel - two 1960's Modernist churches, Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art. 2009 - Interchange, Project Slogan Gallery, Aberdeen 2009 - Studio Project 18, Market Gallery, Glasgow 2008 - Jet Blush, Art & Design Gallery, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield 2008 - Multi Module, Scotland Street School Museum, Glasgow 2008 - Stuck Cities, Victoria Baths, Manchester 2006 - -2007, JIPB Cube, An Tuireann, Isle of Skye, then toured abroad. 2006 - Cromikka Bits, Glasgow Sculpture Studios Gallery, Glasgow. 2005 - Test Strip, Glasgow Project Room, Glasgow 2004 - Blink 3, Market Gallery, Glasgow 2004 - Foiled, EmergeD, Glasgow 2002 - Globe Gallery, North Shields 2002 - Waygood Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne 2001 - New work, Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries 2001 - Queen of Hungary, Norwich 2000 - 291 Gallery, London 2000 - International 3, Manchester 1999 - Black Bag, Tynemouth Metro Station, Tyne and Wear 1999 - Changing Room, Stirling 1997 - UV Flood, ASC Studios, London 1997 - Yellow, Islington Arts Factory, London 1996 - Big Fans 2, The Conductors' Hallway, London 1995 - Big Fans, Gallery 2, Bradford 1995 - Satellite, Blackthorpe Barn, Bury St Edmunds 1995 - Spinner, Contact Gallery, Norwich 1994 - Float, Phoenix Gallery, Brighton. 1993 - Animator 2, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh. 1993 - Shoes, Glen Pavillion, Dunfermline. 1993 - Skullorama, Maze Gallery, Brighton. 1992 - Animator, Citizens' Studios, Edinburgh. 1987 - Way Out East, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh. Group exhibitions 2009 - Deep Breaths, Govanhill Baths, Glasgow 2009 - Salon Show, Piece Hall, Halifax 2007 - Blend, Galerie in Zabo, Nuremberg, Germany. 2006 - Available, Gallery Camelot, Krakow, Poland. 2005 - Grid ideas and Nylon Dreams, Intermedia Gallery, King Street, Glasgow 2005 - Synthetic Reality, Art Gallery, Bury St. Edmunds 2003 - Jerwood Sculpture Prize shortlist, Jerwood Space, London 2002 - Arthouse, London 2002 - Capital, Newcastle upon Tyne 2002 - Central Space, London 2001 - W01, Arts Centre Washington, Tyne and Wear 2000 - Aspex, Portsmouth 2000 - Jodrell Bank, Cheshire 1999 - VANE, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland 1998 - Blackout, Worsley's Warehouse, London 1997 - Odintune Place, Plumpton, Sussex 1996 - Northern Lights, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh 1995 - Inspirit, Museum and Art Gallery, Maidstone 1994 - Cogs and Cams, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne. Residencies 2009 - Studio Project 18, Market Gallery, Glasgow 2008 - 3 month residency, Victoria Baths, Manchester Public commissions 2009 - Lead artist, New Victoria Hospital, Glasgow 2007 - Main Entrance Artwork, Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital, Brighton 2006 - Solar powered lights on building exterior, Kinning Park Complex, Glasgow 2005 - Lead artist, wayfinding strategy, New City General Hospital, Stoke-on-Trent 2003 - Main A&E Entrance Artwork, Children's Hospital, Aberdeen Competitions, prizes and awards 2008 - Visual Arts Grant, Culture & Sport, Glasgow 2007 - Creative and Professional Development Award, Scottish Arts Council, .