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bio & cv

Julie Laing is a Glasgow-based visual artist and writer. She is interested in spaces where environmental phenomena and human experience intersect in unexpected ways and since 2015 has been documenting the impacts of low pressure sodium streetlights. In 2017 she graduated with a MRes in Creative Practices from The Glasgow School of Art. Julie is the winner of the Wigtown Poetry Prize 2022 and was recently mentored through the St Mungo Mirrorball’s Verse Apprenticeship Scheme Clydebuilt. Her work has been exhibited in the UK and Singapore and published in The Scottish Poetry Library, Gutter magazine, The Edwin Morgan Centenary Collection, The George Mackay Brown Fellowship and Studies in Photography. She also coordinates Round Table, a peer-led crit group for photographers supported by Street Level Photoworks.

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low-sodium, night frequencies
Agitate Gallery, 2024

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