(Image, from ‘House of Yvonne’, 2012: Sophie Macpherson and Colin Self ‘Cinema 13 – The Odeon at Muswell Hill’, 1964 – mixed media installation view).
Born 1978, lives and works in Glasgow.
Shireen Taylor studied Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art between 1997 and 2001.
Taylor’s practice involves sculpture, painting, printmaking and books and she has exhibited throughout the UK and internationally. As a curator, she has worked for the Pump House Gallery, London, and recently established The Hidden Noise in Glasgow with curator Sandra Ross.
The Hidden Noise, with Sophie Macpherson and Clare Stephenson, Deptford X, London (co-curator)
‘Chromatropic’, Rose Kallal, Annie Albers, Josef Albers and Victoria Morton, The Hidden Noise, Glasgow (co-curator)
‘Objections to an Empty Mind, Austin Osman Spare and Richard Brown, The Hidden Noise, Glasgow (co-curator)
‘Glasgow Working *1’, in collaboration with Strange Attractor Press, a night of talk, music and film to coincide with the exhibition ‘Objections to an Empty Mind’, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
‘House of Yvonne’, Sophie Macpherson and Clare Stephenson with Colin Self and Kenneth Anger, The Hidden Noise, Glasgow (co-curator)
‘And The He Likes Me’, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (group)
Outdoor Screening, temporary intervention and public art consultation (with Peter McCaughey), Raploch River Walk, Stirling
‘Arm in Arm’, Or Gallery, Vancouver (group show)