The brand new exhibition at Nomas*Projects, Because when you call my name through them there will be no answer, is showing the work of Mhairi Cormack starting today.
Mhairi Cormack is a contemporary artist from Glasgow currently based in Dundee. Cormack graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design in 2018 with a degree in Fine Art. Drawing upon her own experiences with mental health, Cormack explores the idea of escapism, creating alternate worlds through the medium of collage. This ongoing series of work invites the viewer to look through the window into the mind of a stranger.
Nomas Projects is a four window gallery space, based in 9a Ward Rd, Dundee, run by local artists, Cully McCulloch and Owen Daily. Mhairi’s artist talk will be on June 23rd at the Dundee Botanic Gardens, 2-3.30pm.
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