Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Additional Access Information: Corpores Infames / Disreputable Bodies


By Bus:

Buchanan Bus station to Heath Avenue x85 or x87


By Train: 

Glasgow Queen Street to Lenzie Station

Lift and step free access available at Glasgow Queen’s Street

Step free access on the outbound platform side at Lenzie Train Station

Entrance to Lenzie Moss at far end of Train station car park (about 200m walk)

The inbound platform at Lenzie Moss has an over platform bridge with two flights of stairs.

100m to the beginning of Lenzie Moss via the train station car park

There is an accessible toilet at Lenzie Train Station, however it is on the opposite platform from the Moss entrance, over the rail bridge with 2 flights of stairs. It can also be accessed step free via Easter Garngaber road and Millersneuk Drive, which is about 1 mile journey (1 way)


By Car:

Lenzie Station car park is open from Monday to Sunday: 24 hours

Blue Badge parking bays: 6



The event contains a one hour tour of Lenzie Moss and an approximately one hour performance. At the entrance to the moss there is a tree-lined gravel path which opens out onto a wide wooden boardwalk over wet bogland with no railings. The distance travelled will be 1 mile for the tour and 0.5 mile for the performance. With the boardwalk, access is possible for people with limited mobility, wheelchair users and buggies. The terrain may, however, be uneven in parts.

Performance begins at the start of Lenzie Moss on Station Road, Lenzie. GI staff will be at the train station directing visitors, and the coach will drop visitors to the start point.

The tour is an informational guided circular walk around the Moss. The performance involves following three artists around the Moss path, stopping periodically, and listening to poetry, song and body sounds.

The aspects to the performance and venue which are Autism Friendly:

- Free movement and stimming encouraged

- Outdoor space

- No loud noise as part of performance

The performance includes poetic themes of climate grief, erotics, body peril, death and dismemberment, ritual sacrifice, trans and queer histories, religion. 

There will also be body sounds made by gargling, spitting and gurgling to mimic the sounds of wetlands.

Please contact the artists for more in depth or specific content notes by emailing