sheOne [S1] Exhibition at GTD Edinburgh – Gamma Proforma from Gamma Proforma on Vimeo.



Gamma Transport Division just posted a new video from She One’s recent “[S1]” exhibition. The video captures the artist working on the new pieces as well as painting the bike frames. We also share with you recent pictures of the final pieces exhibited. She one moves into exciting territory deconstructed his work work to reconstruct new work in a collage like manner. The result is a contrast of the artist signature textures and handstyles. Viewing the video the work looks great in GTD’s new space. All around an excellent turnout and opening for the new gallery and artist.


Gamma Proforma will launch its new gallery in Edinburgh with a solo exhibition with She One. She One will open the Gamma Transport Division with a body of new work as well as painting some Dolan Bicycle frames. She one has been busy in the streets but took time to get some studio work done for the exhibition. Most of the work is on paper involving collage like assemblage of torn and reconstructed work. Its exciting to see She One move into new territory with this new body of work. Its going to be a busy month for the Transcend collective who will have shows coming up from Mr Jago, Kofie, Christopher Derek Bruno, and Joker. Along with the exhibition Gamma Proforma will be releasing a book with She one capturing the last 20 years of the artists work and Photography. You can preorder the book here.



6 Dean Park Street, Edinburgh at 6pm on Friday 11th October for the launch event. Supported by Innis and Gunn. An after party will be held at the Thistle Bar, on Thistle Street.

The debut exhibition and GTD launch party. We’re honored to announce the appearance of SheOne, who’ll be exhibiting a new series of works, including two custom Dolan frames.

SheOne (James Choules), the UK’s original abstract rattle can rebel, exhibits his first Edinburgh show at GTD, following last years exhibitions HOBO ZULU (Tokyo) and Futurism 2.0 (London).

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Choules’ work, like all good urban art, makes subtle use of its environment. It’s about a highly advanced technique of lifting detail from the surface with subtle flourishes of light and shade. Having watched him at work, I’m always amazed by where he paints and how he does it, on one occasion i saw him paint alongside several other artists on a long wall in east London. Most of the artists chose the flattest, smoothest surfaces for their piece whilst Choules went straight for a crumbling, crooked and semi hidden wall (the last place you’d choose if you wanted people to see your work). He then set about utilizing the crumbling stone and peeling paint, lifting it out further with his trademark black flourishes. On another occasion i saw him paint in a burnt out paint factory, moving through the space adding little details to old signs, doorways and even an abandoned forklift truck. Unlike a lot of the street art mob, Choules isn’t on a mission to become famous. He’s an artist traveler who uniquely inflects his persona with subtlety on the world around him. One of a kind… (Rob Swain, 2013)