Richie Moment, India Mackie, Adam Shield, Gabriella Boyd, Jack Burton, Anikó Kuikka, Martin Groß, Jessy Jetpacks, Jonathan Kelly, Sam Austen, Fani Parali, Sebastian Jefford and more
Are you sick of going to site-specific exhibitions where the artists have literally responded to the windows?
Or seeing a group show and it’s just work you’ve already seen online politely scattered around a white space?
This is not CHUMMING. Located at The Pipe Factory, a Grade-B listed industrial space in Glasgow’s historic Barras region, the exhibition is interested in the culture the space inhabits and the group show as a model for artists to cross over, further exploring new levels of discourse and engagement. Accompanying events include unique happenings with local musicians and filmmakers.
Supported by Glasgow International.
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sun, 10am-6pm
Wetware is an installation involving musicians from Glasgow’s DIY underground, produced through the lens of an expanded print process. This event interrogates current and future cross-overs between visual and sonic artistic communities, alongside tropes of escapism, kinships and gourmet bathing.
This new work is apart of the on-going research project ‘the-water-babies’ which centers around notions of shared youths, found kinships and musical hauntology involving animated sketches produced by Katie Shannon through an expanding archive of collected text, drawing, photographic materials, and ephemera. Whilst collaborating with record label Domestic Exile and artists showing at the Chumming exhibition housed throughout The Pipe Factory.
Sat 21st April, 7pm-late