Glasgow International 2020

Alexander Storey Gordon

Alexander Storey Gordon (b. 1988, Cambridge, UK) lives and works in Glasgow Scotland.

Storey Gordon makes drawings, films, texts, and events, that articulate the way film and literature, mediate our perception and conception of our selves, our environment, and others.

Solo Shows include: Be Vigilant Dear Friends, Because You Never Know When Your Going To Have Your Eyes Gouged Out, Glasgow Project Rooms, 2014 ; A P A R I Ç Ã O, Phosphorus, Sao Paulo, 2015 ; A Apoheny, Intermedia Gallery, CCA, Glasgow, 2017

Group Shows include: UR/ERR, Film Open Touring Programme, Selected by Steven Cairns, exhibited at Eastside Projects, Spike Island, Castlefeild Gallery, S1 Artspace, Transmission Gallery, and the ICA, 2015; Suppose there is A, ICA Singapore, 2017;

For more information visit: www.alexanderstoreygordon.co.uk

Carrie Skinner with Richy Carey, Lindsay Douglas, Michael Ebert-Hanke, Andy Edwards, Alexander Storey Gordon and Jen Sykes

On the waves of the air, there is dancing out there

Event
Installation
Performance

‘On the waves of the air, there is dancing out there’ will begin suddenly, like the first act in a chain reaction, and then after all this action, they just drift back to the street and everything seems simpler. I don’t know if you get my meaning here, but it should feel like… it should feel something like a movie.

‘On the waves of the air, there is dancing out there’ will be transmitted to audiences simultaneously online and gathered at The Telfer Gallery. Details for the live stream will be made available via social media and at www.the-telfer.com. For those attending, arrive from 6pm to commence at 6.30pm.

Developed and produced by Carrie Skinner with Richy Carey, Lindsay Douglas, Michael Ebert-Hanke, Andy Edwards, Alexander Storey Gordon and Jen Sykes. Commissioned by The Telfer Gallery and Glasgow International 2018. With thanks to Marc Cairns, Rachel Smith and The Fenton Trust.

On the waves of the air, there is dancing out there continues in a form until Monday 7 May at The Telfer Gallery (Mon-Sun, 24 hours).

Free, not ticketed.

Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May

Installation: Mon – Sun, 24 hours

Performance Sun 22nd April, 6-8pm. Free, not ticketed.

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