Beth Dynowski is based in Glasgow. She makes sculpture, installations, performances, projects, poetry and texts. Her work pays attention to the poetic and political potential of using materials and language to transform political, ethical and social imaginaries. She was recently shortlisted for The White Review Poet’s Prize and her work has been shared in DIY spaces and public institutions across Scotland and Europe.
Beth also writes about and runs projects that explore issues of access, power and equality in and through the arts. Beth co-founded projects including Free Association Glasgow, The Pipe Factory, Temporary Art School and several public lecture series across libraries and public spaces and was Lead Artist in establishing the young people’s programme at the Fruitmarket Gallery.
Image: ‘I cannot go on as I am’ Risograph Print A3 (2021)