MARION FERGUSON, BELINDA GILBERT SCOTT, RUTH SWITALSKI
This show curated by Switalski seeks to refresh the ideas of what the term landscape means, by tearing down and re-forming the romantic image of how it has been perceived in an historical art context.
Artists Scott, Ferguson and Switalski challenge themselves by setting up their work in an absurdist counterpart to landscape as a genre, as a way of pointing out the glaringly obvious way we edit out our own destructive, abusive nature toward a landscape through its romanticisation.
Using contemporary materials and approaches to production, this exhibition seeks to forcibly push historicised and typified connotations of a landscape and its association with the body into a hyper-neo sexed-up vista.
Supported by Glasgow International.
Fri 8 April – Mon 25 April
Mon – Sat, 10am – 5pm
Sun, 12pm – 5pm
Flat 2/1, 1 Royal Terrace
Glasgow, G3 7NT
Rail: Charing Cross (12 minutes walk)
Subway: St Georges Cross (15 minutes walk) or Kelvinhall (18 minutes walk)
This venue is not wheelchair accessible, top floor flat with stairs.