Rhona Warwick’s practice resides within the murky gaps that reside between historical research, text and spoken word. Recurring compulsions look towards issues of territory; built environments, institutional systems and the internal terrain of the imagination, where the poetics of quotidian experience are extruded into provocations for transgression.
Recent publications include Arcade: Artists and Place-making Ed. (Black Dog 2006), bookwork on Glasgow’s phantom sister city Fantoun (2007) and various essays most recently including the monograph on Garth Evans Sculpture, Beneath the Skin, 2013. Exhibitions include Urban Reflections (Still Gallery Edinburgh) 2009, Landfall (Ak48, Stockholm 2007) and Prisms and Shadows (Glasgow Print Studio, 2005.