Gina Glover trained in fine art at Chelsea Art College and in photography at the University of Westminster. She co-founded Photofusion Photography Centre in London. She is recipient of the Royal Photographic Society�s Hood Medal, the Medical Research Council�s Visions of Science Award (twice) and funding from Arts Council England. In 2016 she received a Wellcome Foundation funding for the project Life In Glass, using the scientific IVF photography of the Nobel Prize biologist Sir Robert Edwards. Her series Playgrounds of War has been shown at the Alfred East Gallery, Kettering, Street level, Glasgow, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussel, Guangdong Museum of Art, China and The Metabolic Landscape exhibition at Fotofest Biennial, Houston, Texas and at venues in the UK. During lockdown she has explored cameraless photography and Assemblage/Sculpture
Assemblage, artifacts from Thor Missile site , Harrington W11 aerodrome and my garden
From the series: The metabolic Landscape which is a travelling exhibition and book, co-authored with Glover's partner Dr Geof Rayner and daughter Jessica Rayner, and was published by Black Dog P...
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