Photo Alan Dimmick
Corin Sworn
Artist

Corin Sworn (b. 1976) lives and works in Glasgow. She studied a BA in Psychology at University of British Columbia, Vancouver; a BFA at the Institute of Art & Design, Vancouver and an MFA at The Glasgow School of Art. Sworn creates films and installations deeply rooted in research, weaving together history with memories and fragments of true and imagined stories.

Recent exhibitions include: a solo exhibition at Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2014), 19th Biennale of Sydney (2014), The Rag Papers at Chisenhale Gallery (2013), Art Now: Corin Sworn at Tate Britain (2011) and The Foxes (2012) was exhibited at the 55th Venice Biennale.

[Whitechapel Gallery]

Corin Sworn
Artist

Corin Sworn (b. 1976) lives and works in Glasgow. She studied a BA in Psychology at University of British Columbia, Vancouver; a BFA at the Institute of Art & Design, Vancouver and an MFA at The Glasgow School of Art. Sworn creates films and installations deeply rooted in research, weaving together history with memories and fragments of true and imagined stories.

Recent exhibitions include: a solo exhibition at Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2014), 19th Biennale of Sydney (2014), The Rag Papers at Chisenhale Gallery (2013), Art Now: Corin Sworn at Tate Britain (2011) and The Foxes (2012) was exhibited at the 55th Venice Biennale.

[Whitechapel Gallery]

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    Kunsthalle Zürich
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