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25 Aug - 16 Sep 2023 / Rapture, Rapture: Womxn in Collage

Louise Hopkins, Dad Son Diamond Set, 2022, acrylic on catalogue page, 23.5 x 18.6cm

Rupture, Rapture: Womxn in Collage

16NSt at Patricia Fleming Gallery

4 Oxford Ln, G5 9ER

25 Aug - 16 Sep

Wed - Sat, 12pm-5pm*

(or by appointment)

*Thu Late Night: 12-7pm

We are delighted to invite you to the launch of Rupture, Rapture: Womxn in Collage, an exhibition organised by 16NSt and hosted by Patricia Fleming Gallery.

Scotland's first survey exhibition of contemporary womxn's collage art brings together new and existing works, alongside special commissions to showcase collage in an expanded field, incorporating multimedia, sculpture, sound and performance art. Displaying over twenty collage works by 14 womxn artists, this exhibition challenges the notion of collage as a fixed category or form—instead revealing collage as a feminist praxis of transformation, rupture, and collision.

Commissioned works will be presented by 16NSt resident artists’ Edie Baker, Gabrielle Lockwood Estrin, and Hannan Jones, developed in-situ at Patricia Fleming Gallery, along with a collage installation and performance from Jen DeNike (16 Sep), exhibiting the artist's work in Scotland for the first time.

Curated by Aga Paulina Młyńczak & Nell Cardozo with support from Kelly Rappleye (16NSt Curatorial Collective), with Sam Ainsley and Janie Nicoll this groundbreaking exhibition shows work from womxn artists at various stages in their careers who use expanded collage processes, and aims to create an inter-generational feminist dialogue.


Sam Ainsley, Claire Barclay, Barbara F. Kendrick, Janie Nicoll, Kate V Robertson, Catherine Street, Louise Hopkins, Zoë Mendelson, Victoria Morton and Alberta Whittle.

Catherine Street, Relief (yellow), 2022, Collage, Dimensions: 21.0 x 27.5 cm

Access: An alternative entrance with two low steps or a temporary ramp is available at 3 Oxford Lane, please call us to use this door. Find more information about access, how to plan your visit, and what to expect at the gallery on our website or get in touch.

Directions: Patricia Fleming Gallery, Oxford House, 4 Oxford Lane, Glasgow, G51 9EP (Central Station 10 mins walk, Bridge St and St Enoch Subway 5 mins walk)


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