Currently lives in London, UK.
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Annie Boothroyd is a recent graduate from the Glasgow School of Art specialising in analogue photography. Her photographs work as an ongoing narrative, searching for something beyond the mere representations of place – to be looking for what defines it, how we understand the places which we inhabit, their capacity to reflect our human disposition and therefore searching for a deeper topography.
Boothroyd examines her environment, reflecting on its ability to appear otherworldly when seen through a gaze that is attracted to the absurd. Interested in the spaces that we traverse and navigate without thinking, she has the ability pause and recognise microcosms of uninterrupted existence.
2016 - 2020 The Glasgow School of Art, BA Fine Art Photography.
2018 Univeristy of New Mexico, Art Studio.
2015 Loughborough University, Foundation in Art and Design.
2021 Alpine, World of Marble Showroom, Nottinghamshire, UK.
2020 DS2020 Simulator
2020 Portals, Solo Exhibition, New Glasgow Society, Scotland.
2019 Motherlode, House for an Art Lover, Glasgow, Scotland.
2019 Artist Film Screening, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, Scotland.
2018 You Start Dying Slowly, Group Exhibition of Cyanotypes, Arts Building, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA.
2018 From Clay We Came, Ceramic Exhibition, John Summers Gallery, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA.
2018 Fine Art Photography Book Launch, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland.
2018 Feedback Loop, 2nd Year Fine Art Photography Exhibition, Richmond Building, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland.
2017 More is Less, Group Exhibition, Laurieston Arches, Scotland.
2017 Zeitgeist, New Glasgow Society, Glasgow, Scotland.
2016 Synergy, Group Exhibition of work from Edinburgh College of Art and Glasgow School of Art, The Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh, Scotland.
2016 Degree Show and Foundation Exhibition, Edward Barnsley building, Loughborough University, UK.