‘I’m thinking about a process of being consumed and swallowed and broken down and excreted’
- Stephanie Beroes, Recital
Victor & Hester presents Dreams of Machines, a series of sort-of commissions; audio, text, screening, performance, and research at Transmission, Glasgow. Presenting the domestic space as a potentially potent social space, the work draws questions around a feminist reading of privacy and companionship, collaborations, domestic spheres, labour, interiorities, the unnameable, the unsaid. The work explores tensions between language, labour, architectural space and the bodies that move/work within and between these frameworks.
The exhibition is a point within a research project by MFA graduates Amelia Bywater and Emma Fitts (V&H) who will use the Transmission Resource Room throughout April to make a publication. This will be launched in May.
Film Screening: Stephanie Beroes, Alia Syed, Tanya Mahboob Syed
supported by LUX Scotland and Cinenova
Thursday 2 April, 7pm
Performance by Ash Reid and Liene Rozīte
Saturday 11 April, 2pm
Listening event with discussion
Preview 28 March, 7 - 9pm
Friday, 27 March 2015
Aideen Doran: Im Bau18 April – 14 June 2015
Opening Friday 17 April 2015, 6–8pm
Aideen Doran (MFA 2012) will lead an investigative, creative research project interrogating the idea of the city as a space for artistic, economic and ideological production. It responds specifically to the shifting fabric of the city of Birmingham, where Grand Union is based, critiquing its contemporary urban culture of regeneration through research into the archival traces of the city’s urban past, and its past visions of the future city.
19 Minerva Works
Thursday to Saturday 12–5pm during exhibitions.
Sunday, 22 March 2015
Thursday, 19 March 2015
Love, Work (Show Me Grace)
Kate Daw 2015 My Sister’s Hand in Mine (mauve version for Jane Bowles)
Oil paint on found blackboard 40 cm x 30 cm
Friday 27 March, 5.30 - 7.30pm
Exhibition continues 27 March to 16 May 2015, Wed-Sat 12-5pm
Suite 15, Level 1
12 Collins Street