Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art
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Dates and Opening times

Good Press 
Mon – Sat, 10am – 6pm


Burning House Books 
Thu – Sun, 11am – 5pm


Category Is Books 
Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun, 11am – 6pm
Thu, 11am – 8pm


The publication can be purchased at Good Press, Burning House Books, Category Is Books

Good Press

32 St. Andrews Street
G1 5PD

Burning House Books
446 Cathcart Road
G42 7BZ

Category Is Books
34 Allison Street
G42 8NN

Presented by

Publication presented by Rosie’s Disobedient Press

Supported by

Rosie's Disobedient Press is supported by Jerwood Arts and Creative Scotland. This project is supported by Glasgow International with funds from the Scottish Government’s Festivals EXPO Fund

Teneu is a book of commissioned texts featuring the work of nine artists and writers collated by Glasgow-based publishers, Rosie's Disobedient Press. 

This collective project focuses on the mythology of Teneu, also known as St. Enoch, Glasgow's forgotten mediaeval first mother and parent to St. Mungo, the city’s patron saint. St. Enoch is rumoured to be buried under Glasgow city centre's largest shopping centre, a dominating glass pyramid building and the only thing in the city that bears her name. Rosie’s views Teneu as a way of narrating the complexities and heartbeats of the city that, at points, everyone in the collection has called home. The work is a collective response to Teneu and her histories. It asks: who gets to be included in the mythologies of the places we live?