Mon 7 Dec 2015
Fri 27 Nov 2015
Wed 11 Nov 2015
Thu 29 Oct 2015
Fri 16 Oct 2015
▒▒▒▒ PREVIEW: SATURDAY 17/10 | 7-9 PM ▒▒▒▒
▒▒▒ PROJECT ROOM , TRONGATE 103 ▒▒▒▒
A year on from group exhibition 'SO IT IS', YAKA explores possibilities within the collective, using the Project Room as a testing ground for the elusive theme of 'Black Hole'.
Questioning temporal paradoxes, the strong gravitational pull towards the unknown, the emotional void within us all, and ideas of a body so massive that light itself cannot escape; this investigation will form a loose foundation for ‘White Mountain’, our upcoming show at CCA Intermedia Gallery in December.
Sunday 18th | 12-5pm
Tuesday 20th - Saturday 24th | 12-5pm
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Sat 10 Oct 2015
Sunday 11th October
12 - 5pm
For the past two weeks Sarah Forrest has been working in the Glasgow Project Rooms, filming, writing and learning a drum solo.
Recital is a day long event presenting a paused moment within this process.
Fri 18 Sep 2015
Wed 9 Sep 2015
Sat 8 Aug 2015
Thu 9 Jul 2015
Fri 29 May 2015
Wed 29 Apr 2015
Mon 16 Mar 2015
Thu 5 Mar 2015
Mark Briggs Tom Varley
Glasgow Project Room, 103 Trongate, G1 5HD
Opening: Sat 7 March, 19.00-21.00
Open: Weds 11 - Sat 14 March, 12.00-18.00
Tue 3 Feb 2015
Sat 31 Jan 2015
Glasgow Project Room are looking for proposals for their forthcoming programme.
Please submit your project proposal as a hard copy or disc. 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 Saturday 28th February 2015.
Thank you and good luck,
Wed 21 Jan 2015
Saturday 24 January 2015, 2-5 pm, Opening Event, 2-4 pm Friday 30 & Saturday 31, 1-5 pm
This exhibition of current work-in-progress explores the physiological act of voicing sound within the body.
The voice represents far more than what is said. How something is said, the cracks, pauses, stutters and gasps perform the body in ways that are often unconscious but which can tells us something about the wider context of the body. This quality of the voice reveals and lays bare information about ourselves that is often hidden and barely acknowledged in our daily lives and how we communicate with each other.
I am interested in the idea of the voice being an object like any other in space. The works on display identify and visually explore some of the components
that make voice within the body. In this exhibition the voice itself is audibly and materially absent. Instead a visual language of sculptural objects, watercolour and embroidery are used to map out or attempt to isolate elements, and to disentangle the visceral density of the anatomical interior body.