James Winnett

James Winnett (Birmingham, 1983) is a Glasgow based artist working primarily in sculpture, intervention, print and video. His work focuses around forms of spatial enquiry, merging processes of research, intervention, and documentation. An examination of place, borders and cultural identities is central to his practice as is an exploration of the boundaries between gallery and public work. Using investigative research processes he interrogates both public and gallery contexts often examining the interplay between the local and the global.

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  • Plates I
  • Plates II
  • Untitled
  • Groundworks
  • Pattern
  • Uamh Nam Bo Dubha / The Cave of the Black Cow / Old Tobermory's Cave