Godai Sahara lives and works in Glasgow and Tokyo.
Sahara makes wine from rainwater. Rainwine tastes simple, made from plain ingredients, almost like rainwater with a subtle hint of alcohol. It varies depending on the location of rain collection. Sometimes it’s pure and clear, sometimes it’s filthy leaving unidentifiable flavour.
Group exhibitions include: Safety at the Savoy Centre , Savoy Centre, Glasgow 2017, everything wrong with labour and other stories , Savoy Centre, Glasgow 2017, REcreative Screening , South London Gallery, London 2016, Da Thirst X BALTIC 39: Dawn of Justice, BALTIC 39, Newcastle 2016.
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Felix Bahret, Sholto Dobie, Christopher Garrett, Lucas Mascatello, Libby Rothfeld, Godai Sahara and Richard Seaholme
Can art be a vehicle for alchemy and magic? The seven artists behind Ascending Delight pose this question, bringing together diverse ideas about exchanges in contemporary culture as our world becomes ever more digitised and connected at the price of a diminished sense of place and security.
The works aim to find a way to navigate this increasingly linked, yet dissociative culture. A coinciding project at The Laurieston Bar sees a photo-based publication on display alongside the pub’s customer photo albums.
Savoy Centre: Unit 48, First floor, 140 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3DH
Fri 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon – Sat, 9am-5pm