Working across a range of media including video, text, performance, sculpture and installation, Winnie Herbstein seeks to investigate the silences and gaps in our ‘official’ narratives working with personal anecdote, memoirs and oral histories as a way to access alternative forms. During her residency Herbstein developed new work including that of Studwork which was presented at House for an Art Lover during Glasgow International 2018.
Winnie Herbstein (b. 1989 London, England) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. Herbstein graduated from The Glasgow School of Art in 2014 from the Sculpture and Environmental Art department. Solo shows include: Before I could speak, X spoke at Outpost Gallery, Norwich (2017) and Soft Shoulder at SWG3 Gallery, Glasgow (2016). Group exhibitions include: Spring Season, Hospitalfield Arts, Arbroath, UK (2017); Domestic Observations, Jace Space, Los Angeles, USA (2016); and Bit Between Teeth, Sattler and Pötszch, Leipzig (2016).
This opportunity was supported by Creative Scotland’s Open Fund.