Glasgow international 2018

20 April—
7 May

Winnie Herbstein

Winnie Herbstein (b. 1989 in London, England) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.

Herbstein graduated from the Glasgow school of art in 2014 from the Sculpture and Environmental art department. Herbstein works primarily in video and sculpture.

Solo shows include: Before I could speak, X spoke, Outpost Gallery. Norwich, England (2017); Soft Shoulder, SWG3 Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland (2016).

Group exhibitions include: Spring Season, Hospitalfield Arts. Arbroath, Scotland (2017); Domestic Observations, Jace Space. Los Angeles, USA (2016); Bit Between Teeth, Sattler and Pötszch, Leipzig (2016)

For more information visit: www.winnieherbstein.com

STASIS, Sgàire Wood, Urara Tsuchiya, James St Findlay, Lauren Hall, Winnie Herbstein, Jasleen Kaur, Vanessa Lim Shu Yi, Brendan McGuire, Paul McKee, Kate Morgan, Rosa Nussbaum, and Rosie Vohra

Social Event. Curated by Love Unlimited.

Event
Performance

Taking place in a public swimming pool, Social Event is a sculptural and performance-based event that’s immersive in the most literal sense. Performances will take place in and around the pool. Sculptures will be floating and submerged, with the audience viewing the work from within the water.

The artists respond to the public pool’s political history, the context of health and leisure, as well as issues concerning the body and gender by making diverse works which require activation through audience participation, both directly and through more subtle means.

If you have any special requirements please contact us at loveunlimitedglasgow@gmail.com

Supported by Glasgow International.

Sat 21 April, Wed 25 April & Sat 28 April
Tickets available from 9 February.
For event times and tickets please see Platform’s website.

Winnie Herbstein

Studwork

Exhibition

Studwork uses video and installation to traverse the masculine territory of the building site. It situates itself within real life encounters, agitprop feminist rehashing and online tutorials.

Short skits demonstrate moments of exclusion as well as depicting a community in Glasgow that has gathered around the learning of a trade. In particular, this will highlight the women+’s welding collective Slaghammers and the Women in Construction course at City of Glasgow College. Reflecting newly acquired skills-set, the environment vows to be tactile, structural and androgynous.

Supported bt Glasgow International, Victoria Mitchell, House for an Art Lover, City of Glasgow College, Slaghammers, Hope Scott Trust  and Axisweb.

Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sun, 11am-5pm

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