Too Much (too little, too late) is a group show that features works by Adam Christensen, SAGG Napoli, Jeanne Tullen and Nora Turato.
Originally conceived as a live platform activated by a series of performances to question the patriarchal representation of bodies, Too Much has been reimagined in light of the pandemic, adopting the subtitle too little, too late from the acclaimed song by Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams (1977).
Embracing the artists’ travel difficulties as an opportunity, the project unfolds their need for proximity through interventions in which the works become performative bodies unravelled in programmatic languages, physical disciplines, technological dematerialisation and gentle textile refigurations.
In addition, Too Much (too little, too late) includes a public intervention by Nora Turato. There is no business happening in the business lounge (2019) was originally installed on the exterior of 5 Florence Street on the first day of lockdown in 2020 and has remained in situ for GI 2021. The work is courtesy of the artist, LambdaLambdaLambda, Prishtina/Brussels and Galerie Gregor Staiger, Zurich
Curator: Giulia Gregnanin, Understate Projects Ltd
Creative producer: Sarah L. Smith
Venue partner: Urban Office
Sponsors: Resonance Capital, Pro Helvetia, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Michael Murphy and Bal Kalirai
Supported by Glasgow InternationalBook Now