The RSA Morton Award Shiner
The Royal Scottish Academy Edinburgh The documentary Shiner (working title) will be exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, September 2020. 
More details soon.


Commisioned by Lux and BBC Scotland’s Now & Next programme 
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GSFF19 Glassmount UK Premiere
Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow 14th March (21.15) A triptych of documentary images play simultaneously, united by the same geographical space but offereing both complimentary and contradictory narrative clues as to what is really going on


Daniel Cook, Glassmount (Solo Exhibition) Embassy Gallery
Preview: 11/05 19:00-22:00    12th May – 3rd June Embassy Gallery are delighted to present ‘Glassmount’, a solo presentation of new work by moving image artist Daniel Cook.
Glassmount House stands stoically on an island of green, isolated by sprawling fields. Its lavish rooms and idyllic walled gardens make it the perfect retreat. This new work from Daniel Cook presents filmed site-responsive performances creating a chaotic personification of the house itself. Three narrative threads perpetuate each other as the camera roams freely around the grounds.

The work includes performances from Stasis, sound and music produced by Fergus Cook, co-direction Callum Russell and produced by Marcy Paterson.

GSFF18 The King and I - The Hilton Memorial Award 
Preview: 11/05 19:00-22:00    12th May – 3rd June
The Hilton Earl Memorial Award- chosen by audiences at screening series Blueprint: Scottish Independent Shorts - which went to Daniel Cook's documentary about an eccentric Edinburgh socialite The King & I.

John Watson Prize - The King and I (The Scottish National Gallery) 
The Scottish National Gallery
The John Watson Prize is awarded annually to a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) by the John Watson Club in association with the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. The building which now houses the Gallery of Modern Art (One) was, until 1975, the John Watson School. The prize has been in existence since 1991 and previous winners have included artists Stephanie Mann, Paul Chiappe and Jonathan Owen. The winner receives a medal and the opportunity to display their work within the gallery.

Talbot Rice Acquisitions Award - The King and I (Talbot Rice Gallery)
Talbot Rice Gallery
Alongside curious Degree Show visitors, a panel of judges made their way around this year's showcase of hundreds of pieces of student work, selecting the winners of the University of Edinburgh Art Collection Acquisition Award. The award, formerly known as the ECA Collections Purchase Prize, was established in 2013, and means the work becomes a permanent part of the University's Collections.