Jacqueline Donachie, Headphones, Music, Boats and Trains (2017) Installation view at Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow. Photo: Ruth Clark. Courtesy of Patricia Fleming Projects, Glasgow

Jacqueline Donachie
Govan Project Space
249 Govan Road
G51 1HJ

Govan Graving Docks
Entrance via gate at corner of Stag Street and Clydebrae Street
G51 2AJ
24 Apr — 10 May 2020
Fri 24 April – Sun 10 May
Mon – Sun, 12am – 5pm
Symposium: Thu 30 April
This exhibition was due to take place during Glasgow International 2020, 23 April – 10 May, which has been postponed due to the Covid-19 crisis. The festival will be re-staged in 2021 with dates to be announced.

Jacqueline Donachie is known for her socially-engaged art practice that is rooted in an exploration of individual, family and collective identity and the structures and spaces through which it is constructed and supported. Based upon research and collaboration, her work encompasses sculpture, installation, film, drawing and performance.

For Glasgow International, Donachie is engaging directly with the city’s architectural heritage. The centre of Glasgow was built during an era of great wealth brought by slave and tobacco traders; the outer suburbs were planned at a time of huge social ambition. Working from ongoing research, she creates a vibrant place to commune and begin new discussions that question how we can continue to access this heritage.

Supported by Glasgow City Heritage Trust, Glasgow International, Sculpture Placement Group and SWG3

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