I don't know my name
A former video game testing studio provides the ideal viewing space for the works of five award-winning Scottish artists, including internationally renowned Douglas Gordon.
This group provides a valuable insight into the emerging strategies and current trends among young Scottish artists working with video and text installations. I don't know my name explores the psychological processes inherent in the search for our social and emotional selves. Characters are situated in particular narrative moments and appear to exist in the imagination somewhere between the past and the present.
The stories and histories presented by the artists employ a theatrical schizophrenia in their realization that exposes the often unsettling nature of the work.