Glasgow international 2018

20 April—
7 May

MollyMae Whawell

Berthing (in transit) - Performances

Event
Performance

MollyMae Whawell presents her first solo show featuring new sculpture and movement works conceived for Glasgow International 2018. Performances and performance-making punctuate a sculptural landscape of half-constructed parts, space acting as exhibition; choreographic score; stage. A series of signals displace the viewer; a rehearsal, material, assembling, unpacked, floating, in transit.

The exhibition is part of ongoing research into crossovers between contemporary sculpture and dance. Supported by Glasgow City Council.

Free, no booking required.

Please note this project will now take place at The Garment Factory, as opposed to TS Queen Mary as previously advertised. 

Friday 27 April, 2pm

Friday 4 May, 2pm

MollyMae Whawell

Berthing (in transit)

Exhibition
Performance

MollyMae Whawell presents her first solo show featuring new sculpture and movement works conceived for Glasgow International 2018.

Performances and performance-making punctuate a sculptural landscape of half-constructed parts, space acting as exhibition; choreographic score; stage. A series of signals displace the viewer; a rehearsal, material, assembling, unpacked, floating, in transit. The exhibition is part of ongoing research into crossovers between contemporary sculpture and dance.

Supported by Glasgow City Council.

*Please note this project will now take place at The Garment Factory, as opposed to TS Queen Mary as previously advertised.*

Monday 23 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Fri, 11am-4pm

Performances:
Friday 27 April, 2pm
Fri 3 April, 
2pm
Not ticketed

Tim Head

Black Light

Exhibition

Black Light is Head’s first solo show in Scotland. It is also the first time the Garment Factory has been used as an exhibition venue. The exhibition will showcase new and recent large-scale digital prints and works on paper.

Since the 1990s Tim Head has developed an innovative body of work focused on an exploration of digital space. Using projections, LCD displays and inkjet prints, Head’s works attempt to articulate ‘the digital medium’s elusive material substance’. The works that this exploration has produced are surprisingly beautiful, at once visually seductive and conceptually rigorous. Moreover, they represent a continuation of concerns that have preoccupied Head since his earliest exhibitions, an investigation of reality and perception. As Michael Bracewell recently wrote, ‘The art of Tim Head has long made articulate the curious yet forcefully real schisms which exist between the techno-materiality of the modern world and our experience of its constitution.’

Presented by Castleforge Partners.

Fri 20 April – Fri 1 June

Mon – Fri, 12noon – 5pm

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