Federation Gallery

Federation Gallery Contemporary Art Gallery in the Keiller Centre Dundee.

DUNDONIAN -  an exhibition so beautiful by Dundee Evening Telegraph.  Thank you to ALL our visitors.  Incredible to see ...
05/12/2023

DUNDONIAN - an exhibition so beautiful by Dundee Evening Telegraph.

Thank you to ALL our visitors. Incredible to see so many people loving the show. Loads of anecdotes....

Federation Gallery The Keiller Centre!

DUNDONIANOur latest show with the The Keiller Centre & Dundee Evening Telegraph....Photo drop coming soon
05/12/2023

DUNDONIAN

Our latest show with the The Keiller Centre & Dundee Evening Telegraph....

Photo drop coming soon

DUNDONIAN 10-4 tomorrow! It’s gorgeous, thank you .thomson archive for the unbelievable photographs!  said today - just ...
01/12/2023

DUNDONIAN 10-4 tomorrow!

It’s gorgeous, thank you .thomson archive for the unbelievable photographs! said today - just standing in the gallery brought loads of memories back ❤️

Striking design by . Sharp install by . Incredible vision by & .

is honoured to showcase this show….

See you tomorrow for pies from and a trip down memory lane ❤️

THE CLOSING PARTY - STOP LOOK LISTEN (blurb to follow)     ✔️
29/11/2023

THE CLOSING PARTY - STOP LOOK LISTEN (blurb to follow)

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STOP LOOK LISTEN   📸 1&2 - Collage Workshop    📸3,4 & 5 -    📸 6,7 & 8 -    evening.📸    ❤️
29/11/2023

STOP LOOK LISTEN

📸 1&2 - Collage Workshop
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📸 6,7 & 8 - evening.
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STOP LOOK LISTEN   ✔️Photo workshops with  🟡
29/11/2023

STOP LOOK LISTEN ✔️

Photo workshops with 🟡

STOP LOOK LISTENPUSH BUTTON WAIT FOR SIGNAL The Gallery by 🟡
29/11/2023

STOP LOOK LISTEN

PUSH BUTTON WAIT FOR SIGNAL The Gallery by 🟡

STOP LOOK LISTEN ‘WITHDRAWAL TEMPORARY’ by .PHOTO -  🖤
29/11/2023

STOP LOOK LISTEN

‘WITHDRAWAL TEMPORARY’ by .

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COMING SOON..... THE DUNDONIAN - new exhibition by Dundee Evening Telegraph
28/11/2023

COMING SOON.....

THE DUNDONIAN - new exhibition by Dundee Evening Telegraph

An exhibition showcasing Dundee's historic high streets and stores will be hosted by the Keiller Centre.

STOP LOOK LISTEN  Artists Maella Wallace  immersive ‘Glitch’ mural is a nod to her early work in Glasgow and speaks to t...
27/11/2023

STOP LOOK LISTEN

Artists Maella Wallace immersive ‘Glitch’ mural is a nod to her early work in Glasgow and speaks to the urgent and disruptive experience of digital tech.

Wallace’s work surveys the space between contemporary art practice and craft methodology. Her dedication to community and heritage is evident in her aesthetics and processes. was introduced to traditional rug making by her gran whilst the heritage of skill sharing is embedded at the core of her practice.

Wallace has combined the warmth and familiarity of domestic craft with bold graphics, for her she sees this as a celebration of the interconnectedness of people and shared cultural experience through an exploration of personal history, community, craft and contemporary art.

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STOP LOOK LISTENArtist Maella Wallace  immersive ‘Glitch’ mural is a nod to her early work in Glasgow and speaks to the ...
27/11/2023

STOP LOOK LISTEN

Artist Maella Wallace immersive ‘Glitch’ mural is a nod to her early work in Glasgow and speaks to the urgent and disruptive experiences of digital tech.

Wallace’s work surveys the space between contemporary art practice and craft methodology. Her dedication to community and heritage is evident in her aesthetics and processes. Introduced to traditional rug making by her gran, she said ‘the heritage of skill sharing is at the very core of my practice.’

Wallace has combined the warmth and familiarity of domestic craft with bold graphics, a celebration of the interconnectedness of people and shared cultural experience. For Wallace this is an honest exploration into personal history, community, craft and contemporary art.

Join us from 12-4 for an afternoon of conversation and connection…The Keiller Centre   💕
25/11/2023

Join us from 12-4 for an afternoon of conversation and connection…

The Keiller Centre 💕

STOP LOOK LISTEN‘Push button, wait for signal’ is an interactive sculpture comprising of a modified pedestrian crossing ...
23/11/2023

STOP LOOK LISTEN

‘Push button, wait for signal’ is an interactive sculpture comprising of a modified pedestrian crossing push button which captures your image via a hidden camera when pressed and projects your image onto nine plaster cast CRT televisions.

Artist Laurie McInally () cast them in place of using real televisions because she wanted them to be a replica of the original thing - a copy a replica a fake even!

Some form of surveillance overtones often appears within McInally’s work and in this case, the work comments on self-surveillance and overstimulation caused by our digital screen usage. It intends to convey the false sense of reality that comes from the way we curate the online versions of ourselves and the way we want people to perceive us.

The Federation Gallery’s theme this year is ‘Connection of Humankind’ and McInally feels that while we are hugely connected via the Internet and social media, we have somewhat lost connection on a local level. Especially if our screens are negatively impacting our everyday lives.

The sculpture only works through viewer participation as McInally invites you to sit comfortably with a raw version of yourself, disrupting the fast paced culture of our digital age….

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STOP LOOKLISTEN   🖤
10/11/2023

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09/11/2023

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Yesterday the gallery was filled with chats and laughs as we shared and introduced all things STOP LOOK LISTEN to our gu...
05/11/2023

Yesterday the gallery was filled with chats and laughs as we shared and introduced all things STOP LOOK LISTEN to our guests.

Thank you to the glorious for hosting a beautiful afternoon together.

Always grateful to our artists & - passionate, gifted, fun, kind, driven and highly spirited, you bring such joy into the space!

Our critical conversation touched on many of their conceptual underpinnings and what drives their practice. We acknowledged the transformative power of art and its role in shaping and reflecting the culture of a community.

'STOP LOOK LISTEN as a cultural expression encourages dialogue and reflection on important social issues, contributing to the enrichment of the communities’ cultural fabric.' ().

The gallery looked gorgeous too. Sharing space to connect and inspire is vital 💜💕

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03/11/2023

Join us in the gallery tomorrow from 12 for excellent conversation...

Looking forward to spending time with Laurie and Maella as they take us on a journey of discovery about their show STOP LOOK LISTEN 💙

Yesterday, we opened STOP LOOK LISTEN to a packed gallery. Honoured to work with such soulful talent Laurie McInally & M...
15/10/2023

Yesterday, we opened STOP LOOK LISTEN to a packed gallery. Honoured to work with such soulful talent Laurie McInally & Maella Wallace & . Here’s a snapshot….

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CHROMACULTURE by Janice Aitken‘Inspired by such diverse influences as biological illustrations, vintage sci fi and 70's ...
15/10/2023

CHROMACULTURE by Janice Aitken

‘Inspired by such diverse influences as biological illustrations, vintage sci fi and 70's psychedelic design, the work in this exhibition creates a vibrant and joyful bridge between fine and applied arts.’

Federation Gallery The Keiller Centre ❤️

STOP LOOK LISTEN NEW SHOW by  &  opens this Saturday from 12-4   🖤💛
12/10/2023

STOP
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NEW SHOW by & opens this Saturday from 12-4 🖤💛

THANK YOU to  for the most incredible journey bringing WARM DATA WET HEAP to life.  The show closed on the 23rd Septembe...
12/10/2023

THANK YOU to for the most incredible journey bringing WARM DATA WET HEAP to life.

The show closed on the 23rd September and we took a few weeks to slowly de-install. Carefully removing each piece until all that remained was the Devine Feminine Beast.

I can’t quite express how much this show has shifted my thinking, learning and development. It was an honour!

With gratitude….. 💕💕💕

WARM DATA WET HEAP was honoured to host the opening party for . Thank you to  and his family for joining us. The gallery...
12/10/2023

WARM DATA WET HEAP was honoured to host the opening party for . Thank you to and his family for joining us. The gallery was packed with excited theatre lovers and the response to show was FABULOUS. brought in over 1000 visitors to the in 10 days . For the this was a vital boost for WARM DATA WET HEAP, we’ve made new friends and have grown our community as a result - THANK YOU . X

 &  held a beautiful women’s circle in the  in September. Titled ‘Deviant Women’ we brought 16 women into the gallery ha...
12/10/2023

& held a beautiful women’s circle in the in September. Titled ‘Deviant Women’ we brought 16 women into the gallery had held space together responding to WARM DATA WET HEAP. Exploring movement, breath work we channelled Kali - The Mother Goddess of Time, Change, Creation, Power, Destruction and Death. We listened to talk about her work and shared moments together through conversation.

We welcomed our Deviant Women with herbal tea and ate a delicious vegetarian curry in to celebrate closing the Circle.

Thank you to all our Deviant Women. An abundance of gratitude to Angela & Rachael ( ) for hosting the most magical Women’s Circle with fresh flowers, crystals, joy, laughter and a few tears 💕

Warm Data Wet Heap closes on Saturday 23rd of the September.  We look forward to inviting you to Rachel Ashton Art artis...
19/09/2023

Warm Data Wet Heap closes on Saturday 23rd of the September. We look forward to inviting you to Rachel Ashton Art artist talk this Saturday in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre from 2pm...

An amazing few days here in the Keiller Centre with Dundee Fringe. We celebrated the work of Rachel Ashton Art in the ga...
17/09/2023

An amazing few days here in the Keiller Centre with Dundee Fringe. We celebrated the work of Rachel Ashton Art in the gallery on Friday at the opening of the Fringe.

Yesterday we held our first women's circle with WildCat Shakti Rachel Bride Ashton and dined with our friends at Cake or Dice.

There's magic in the air.....

VISITORS ❤️ WARM DATA WET HEAP:   Thank you….. x
13/09/2023

VISITORS ❤️

WARM DATA WET HEAP:

Thank you….. x

The Federation Gallery is building a board of directors. If you are interested please join us on Wednesday 13th Septembe...
02/09/2023

The Federation Gallery is building a board of directors.

If you are interested please join us on Wednesday 13th September in the Dundee from 6-7:30pm to find out more.

Thank you to for the marketing ❤️

Delve deeper into the mystical world of Rachel Bride Ashton Rachel Ashton Art here 👇
02/09/2023

Delve deeper into the mystical world of Rachel Bride Ashton Rachel Ashton Art here 👇

Multi-disciplinary Fine Artist

"I have created a vivd, chaotic, Utopian world where the visceral, intuitive beast-woman and her effluvia are raised up,...
30/08/2023

"I have created a vivd, chaotic, Utopian world where the visceral, intuitive beast-woman and her effluvia are raised up, thrust up, into the censored, phobic, Appollonian realm. She is put in a position of worship, like Baubo, the Vulvanic Goddess of Obscenity or an Ancient Sheela-Na-Gig. (Rachel Bride Ashton, 'Invisible & Deviant Mothers Childbirth in Visual Culture' Boom Publications 2023).

Gallery open today 12-4 Federation Gallery Keiller Centre 🌱
Photography: Alana Baird.

'Representations of mycelial and bacterial information pathways suffuse everything as women morph into flora or fauna, f...
23/08/2023

'Representations of mycelial and bacterial information pathways suffuse everything as women morph into flora or fauna, fresh or composting, elemental and fruity. Personal histories and cosmologies leak through and combine with ecological and feminist body politics, creating characters who, like ‘Warm Data’ offer fresh perspectives on our complex and often confusing relationships with our bodies and all the other life forms with which we share them.' (Rachel Bride Ashton)

Thank you to Alana Baird for the beautiful gallery photography.

Today 10-4 in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre with the glorious Rachel Ashton Art  ….❤️
23/08/2023

Today 10-4 in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre with the glorious Rachel Ashton Art ….

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Federation GalleryKeiller Centre is open 12-4 today. Rachel Bride Ashton will be there all day, perfect really!! Pop in ...
19/08/2023

Federation GalleryKeiller Centre is open 12-4 today.

Rachel Bride Ashton will be there all day, perfect really!! Pop in and find out more about her new work, her inspiration and her recent residency in Cornwall!

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"Shapes overflow from the edges of the objects much like the microscopic creatures which spill over our edges." WARM DAT...
17/08/2023

"Shapes overflow from the edges of the objects much like the microscopic creatures which spill over our edges."

WARM DATA WET HEAP by Rachel Bride Ashton Federation Gallery Keiller Centre is open from 10-4 today and tomorrow.

The very lovely Kirsty Lockhart will be in the gallery both days, say hi and find out more about Rachels work.

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WARM DATA WET HEAP by Rachel Bride Ashton is open today in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre from 12-4. Today the lo...
16/08/2023

WARM DATA WET HEAP by Rachel Bride Ashton is open today in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre from 12-4.

Today the lovely Wiktoria Sibilla is in the gallery, pop in and say hi to her and experience the hypnotic, kaleidoscopic beauty of Rachel’s work. Where ecological feminists body politics meets pure imagination.

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WARM DATA WET HEAP by Rachel Ashton Art is open today from 10-4 in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre. Pop in, it's m...
11/08/2023

WARM DATA WET HEAP by Rachel Ashton Art is open today from 10-4 in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre.

Pop in, it's magnificent

Some highlights from the opening of Rachel Ashton Art solo show WARM DATA WET HEAP in the Federation Gallery Keiller Cen...
09/08/2023

Some highlights from the opening of Rachel Ashton Art solo show WARM DATA WET HEAP in the Federation Gallery Keiller Centre Dundee on Saturday. Thank you to everyone who visited and joined us in celebration, we had a fabulous afternoon together.

'This exhibition explores our relationship with the wild, whether that be our inner or outer worlds. It envisions our re-animalisation, blurring the lines between where we stop and the land begins, moving away from the fetishizing of nature.' (Rachel Ashton Art).

Thank you to everyone who helped produce the show and to Creative Scotland for the support.

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