Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Additional Access Information: Listening for Love


The closest public transport links are High Street Station 7 min walk and Bellgrove Station 16 min walk (Overground) and buses: 18, 2, 240, 41, 60A, 90.

There is pay and display parking outside the venue, drop off is at the front of the gallery.

Nearest next bike station is: 7 Bain St, Glasgow G40 2JZ.

Venue Accessibility

All contained on the ground floor and accessed step - free from the street
Wheelchair accessible
There are no accessible toilets on site
Assistance dogs are permitted and water is available
Seating is available if required
The venue and content is autism friendly
There is no loop system within the venue, or braille signage.
There is no audio description or an audio guide of the event/exhibition.

For access enquiries:


Exhibition is audio based

This exhibition consists of two rooms.
Room one (Cindy Islam) is an audio installation with fabric draped on the walls, there are four sculptures displayed against the wall areas, two on plinths, one on the floor and one water feature. The plinths are approximately  60-80cm high. On the walls there are four framed images which are hung with the centre line at 1.5metres.

Room two (Kyalo Searle-Mbullu) has chairs and projection with a fog machine coming on in 10 minute intervals. There is an audio track and light with flashing images and low visibility.

There is a single door into both the spaces. There are no windows in the space with low lighting. The floor is carpeted in room one and concrete in room two.

Exhibition/Event content notes:
Kyalo Searle-Mbullu: Flashing images and frequent use of a water based fog machine.