SCOTT BROTHERTON & RIC WARREN
Brotherton and Warren create artworks that are influenced by the materials, forms and experiences of their urban surroundings, distilled through minimalist artistic sensibilities.
With an emphasis on material process, Brotherton uses commonplace materials and metals associated with trade and labour to explore and exploit their sculptural qualities. Informed by an interest in post-modern urban social theory, Warren’s artworks consider the political associations of our manmade surroundings.
Initiated by a short collaborative residency at The Bothy Project in the remote woodlands of the Cairngorms National Park, the exhibition presents an installation of new architecturally responsive sculptural works that reflect on the urban environment from the vantage point of the rural landscape, exploring material, spatial and political tensions.
Supported by Glasgow International, Glasgow Life, The Bothy Project and House For An Art Lover.
Fri 8 April – Mon 25 April
Mon – Sun, 10am– 5pm
Art Shed 1,
House for an Art Lover,
10 Dumbreck Road
Glasgow, G41 5BW
0141 353 4770