Tue 6 Dec 2016
Wed 23 Nov 2016
Wed 9 Nov 2016
Sukaina Kubba and Natalie McGowan are pleased to invite you to the preview of PEAKS at the Glasgow Project Room on 12th November 2016, from 19:00 to 21:00. PEAKS is the second collaborative exhibition by the two Glasgow-based Artists this autumn, following Double-Blind at Intermedia at the CCA, Glasgow in September.
Personalised Soft Furnishings
Brand New Agreeable Design *
Passable as Fakes
Optional: Audio for efficient relaxation
* Habitable (but not domestic)
NATALIE McGOWAN AND SUKAINA KUBBA
GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM
First Floor / 103 Trongate / Glasgow / G1 5HD
Preview /12 November / 19:00 to 21:00
Opening Hours /16 to 19 November / 12:00 to 17:00
- PEAKS Poster
- Natalie McGowan, 'Cactus' 2016, digital print on photographic paper
Thu 20 Oct 2016
Mon 26 Sep 2016
Fri 16 Sep 2016
Tue 30 Aug 2016
Glasgow Project Room
103 Trongate. Glasgow. G15HD
Preview - Saturday 3rd September. 7pm-9pm
7th - 10th September . Daily 12.30pm- 6pm.
Thu 4 Aug 2016
Preview: 6th August 7-9pm
Sunday 7th: 12-5pm
Closed Monday 8th
Tuesday 9th - Saturday 13th: 10am-5pm
A collaboration between Madeleine Virginia Brown and Philippe Murphy.
With special thanks to Marie Liden, Natalie McGowan, and Ari Nielssen.
Tue 21 Jun 2016
Sat 11 Jun 2016
Tue 26 Apr 2016
Sun 3 Apr 2016
Wed 23 Mar 2016
Glasgow Project Room are looking for proposals for their forthcoming programme.
Please submit your project proposal as a hard copy or disc or something. You may submit via email but our mailbox has limited capacity and we can not guarantee we'll receive it.
Applicants should note that we prefer project proposals and not proposals for exhibitions of existing works.
All proposals should be submitted by .
Thank you and good luck,
Thu 17 Mar 2016
Fri 4 Mar 2016
The Polity of Φ is a year-long community-led research project encouraging an open dialogue into the right to inhabit specific geographies, creating a platform for migrants, asylum seekers and refugees to interrogate personal notions of “home”. These ideas of “home” and “belonging” are often challenged by the damaging discourse of right wing politics and the extended difficulties encountered by those applying for visas to reside in the UK.
This project will culminate in its presentation at Glasgow Project Room in Trongate 103, during the “Declaration” Health and Human Rights Festival, taking place 5th – 12th March 2016 and at the Intermedia Gallery at the CCA during 7th-25th April as part of Glasgow International (GI).
On the evening of 5th March, between 6-9pm, we will be hosting The Polity of Φ: The Call, an event similar to Speakers Corner, where participants speak freely at the ‘Φ podium’ at the Glasgow Project Room. This free event is an opportunity to become part of the growing conversations about exactly who is welcome in Scotland.
Confirmed speakers include the Glasgow Girl Amal Azzudin; activists, Pinar Aksu, Fuad Alakbarov, Joshua Brown, Olivia Ndoti, Margaret Woods from Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees, Margaret Sweeney from Glasgow Night Shelter, as well as individuals directly on the frontline, who have arrived in Scotland as refugees and asylum seekers.
The Polity of Φ has been coordinated by Deniz Uster and Alberta Whittle, working in partnership with Maryhill Integration Network (MIN), Govan and Craigton Integration Network (GCIN), Pan African Art Scotland and has been generously supported by Creative Scotland, Glasgow City Council, the Art Store, Glasgow Project Room and the CCA.
Fri 19 Feb 2016
S U P E R N O V I A
With a diseased imagination Conor Baird, Lo Buddy and Ross Fleming exhibit new works that envisage indulgent topias through concocted and autonomous memento mori.
These detached worlds are the fated, yet altered futures of the artists. The affected personas that fill them become constrained and initiate a mourning exercise for their sexual and intellectual losses. An aspirational river of metal is forged in their own image.
The present is interrogated, whether its plausible queerness is palatable or if a lone bliss rests in a dismissed destiny ahead. A new horizon may soon approach but demise is certain.
▷ Preview: 20 February 6-9pm
▷ Open daily: 21-27 February 12-5pm
▷ Glasgow Project Room, Trongate 103
Sat 6 Feb 2016
a performance by
Alice Brooke and Beatrice Loft Schulz
Performances will take place on
Monday 8th, 11am
Wednesday 10th, 11am
Friday 12th, 11am
Saturday 13th, 12pm
Sunday 14th, 12pm
The performance will begin on the hour and last for approximately half an hour.
Glasgow Project Room
Wed 20 Jan 2016
HELEN C HEMSLEY & HRAFNHILDUR HALLDÓRSDÓTTIR
GLASGOW PROJECT ROOM
JANUARY 23-29, DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAY & MONDAY) 1-5pm or by appointment.
OPENING: SATURDAY JANUARY 23rd 7-9 pm
With You Without You is a collaborative project. It circles around ideas about adornment and sculpture, and the blurring of boundaries between the two.
Sculpture as jewellery. Jewellery as sculpture. Objects seen in a space and to be imagined on the body. A collage of fine art principles, the use of space, traditional craft techniques (sewing, embroidery and goldsmith) and the idea of adornment.
Helen is a maker of jewellery and lives in Copenhagen, Hrafnhildur (Rafla) makes sculptural installations and lives in Glasgow. They have embarked on a collaboration of sorts, apart and together, through an exchange of materials and a fusing of their half-made works and the project will culminate in a week of working together in the Glasgow Project Room.
Since meeting on a plane in 1998, they last collaborated on shows in Copenhagen and Glasgow in 2002.