t s Beall is a new-media artist based in Glasgow, UK whose current work explores how the camera and digital media have shifted our notions of place, and how landscape is both imaged and imagined by modern technology.

Recent exhibitions include A Stone's Throw Away as part of Atypical Root and Glasgow International (2010), Here Be Dragons at The Colby Museum, Maine, USA (2008), Beyond Visibility as part of Glasgow international (2008), and Untitled Horses at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2007), the latter two in collaboration with new music composer Mary Bellamy.  Beall’s moving image works have been screened at The Portobello Film Festival in London, as part of the Venice Film Festival, and at Tramway and Emerged in Glasgow.


Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, MFA, 2004
Pratt Institute of Art and Design, Brooklyn, New York, BFA in Photography
St. John’s College, Annapolis, MD, Philosophy, Mathematics

2008/9 Here Be Dragons, Colby Museum, Maine. (Catalogue)
2007 Untitled Horses with composer Mary Bellamy, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, England.
2006 Light Blind in collaboration with composer Mary Bellamy, Brooklyn Fireproof Gallery, New York.
2004 All Day Hit, Emerged, Glasgow, Scotland.
2003 Making/Unmaking, Experimental Intermedia Gallery, Gent, Belgium.

2009 terra incognita (Supermarket Art Fair), echo Gallery, Stockholm.
2008 Not Your Average Evening Event (Glasgow international), McClellan Gallery, Glasgow.
2006 alla Soglia del Corto, in conjunction with The Venice Film Festival, M+B Studios, Venice, Italy.
2005 Your Call Cannot Be Completed as Dialed, Love Difference/Pistoletto Foundation, Ivrea, Italy.
2004 Portobello Film Festival, BowieArt/Westbourne Studios, London.
Baghdad, Mon Amour, Pistoletto Foundation, Biella, Italy.
2003 Good Manners and Physical Violence, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland.
It’s a Wonderful Lie, WASP Studios, Glasgow, Scotland.

2010 A Stone’s Throw Away–The Govan Armada and Graving Beacon (Glasgow International Festival), Govan Graving Docks and Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow.
2009 C O M P O U N D, dewalab, Belfast.
2008 gleDinBow (Edinburgh Arts Festival), St. Margarets House, Edinburgh.
On Edge (Edinburgh Arts Festival), Traveling Gallery, Edinburgh. (Catalogue)
Beyond Visibility (Glasgow International Festival), with Thomas Joshua Cooper and Baldvin
Ringsted, in collaboration with Mary Bellamy, St. Mungo Museum, Glasgow. (Catalogue)
2007 Posted 1, exhibited in 12 venues simultaneously including: CCA, Glasgow; General Public,
Berlin; Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania; Gallery of New Media, Poland.
Stalking the Urban Chicken, Close Project, Glasgow.
2005 From There to Here, Gallery Sowaka, Kyoto, Japan.
A Vestigial Trigger, Brooklyn Fireproof Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.
2004 The International Exchange Show, Hunter College, Times Square Gallery, New York. (Catalogue)
Show Me To the Tradesman’s Entrance, Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland. (Catalogue)
Medium: Film, Mariakapel, Hoorn, Holland.
Scottish Graduates: New Media, Taigh Chearsabhagh Gallery, North Uist, Scotland.
2003 Translatability 2, Berliner Kunstprojekt, Berlin, Germany.
Cabin Exchange, Renfrew Street site, Glasgow, Scotland.
Interim Show, The Mackintosh Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland.
Rock Candy, Mariakapel, Hoorn, Holland.

2009 Colby College Museum

2007 Arts Council Ireland
2006 Arts Council England
2004 Scottish Arts Council
The President’s Fund, Edinburgh, Scotland

2009 Islington Mill Art Academy, Manchester, UK.
2007 Toad Hall, Manchester, New Hampshire.
2006 Brooklyn Fireproof Offsite, Brooklyn, New York.
2004 Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York.
Universita’ delle Idee / Pistoletto Foundation, Biella, Italy.
2003 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine.

2010 Finch, E., t s Beall – Currents 5 Catalogue, THE COLBY MUSEUM, Maine.
2009 Meidell, Sara. Supermarket tar in på hotell, VÄSTERBOTTENKURIREN (February 13).
Treijs, Erica. Brazen outlook has become established, SVENSKA DAGBLADET (February 2).
Ullberg, Sara. Supermarket takes to a hotel, SPECTRA (February 11).
2008 Shannon, Liz. GleDinBow, THE LIST (August 14).
2006 Clark, Robert. Preview, GUARDIAN GUIDE (December 2).
Coppack, Nick. Untitled Horses, MANCHESTER METRO (November 30).
McMullan, Dan. You Can Lead a Horse to Culture, MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
(October 3).
Jones, Sarah. Hopes Wash Away, SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY (January 8).
2005 Clarke, Tone, ed. Collaborative edition by Castlefield Gallery, curated by Yuen Fong Ling,
WIDESHUT MAGAZINE (September), edition of 1000.
2003 Editors choice. Translatability: Cross Border Curating, NY ARTS MAGAZINE (September).
Schröder, Martin Z. Nuz Bü Leckbrei, BERLINER MORGENPOST (July 13).
Bruce, Keith. Maine Attraction, THE HERALD (May 16).
Stiemer, Jaap. Singing with the Popcorn Machine, NOORDHOLLANDS DAGBLAD (April 24).
Brouwers, Joris, ed. Us/Them: How to Tie Yourself in Knots, THE HTV, ISSUE 48 (May/June).
2009 Culture News, Sweden, presented by Måns Hirschfeldt and Mats Arvidsson, SWEDISH RADIO P1, radio broadcast, (February 13).
2006 Studio Six, presented by Richard Fair, 2 hrs., BBC RADIO MANCHESTER (UK), interview, (November 28).
2003 Stounk, produced by Kees Aker, 30 min., RADIO HOORN (HOLLAND),documentary interview, (April 24).
City in Exile, produced and directed by Matthew Finch, 12 min., WBAI PACIFICA RADIO, interview, (December 7).