Friday, 12 September 2014

Conor Kelly at Intermedia


Do You Feel Like We Do? presents a new body of work by Glasgow-based artist Conor Kelly. For Intermedia, Kelly has produced work that embraces the enchanted origins of painting and points to the social potential of the art object in a de-materialised 21st century. 

Fri 19 September — Sat 4 October 2014

Tue - Sat, 12noon - 6pm, Free
Preview: Fri 19 September, 7pm-9pm


350 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow G2 3JD


A Big Stick of Confidence

The human nose can detect a trillion different odours, some of which will be featured at A Big Stick of Confidence, a scent-based installation by Canadian artist Clara Ursitti at the University City Science Center’s Esther Klein Gallery at 3600 Market Street in Philadelphia. The exhibit, which is jointly presented by the Science Center and the Monell Chemical Senses Center, will run September 4 – October 18, 2014.

Ursitti is intentionally mysterious about the exhibit. She prefers that gallery goers experience A Big Stick of Confidence without pre-conceived notions about the exhibit. “It’s like a psychology experiment,” she explains. “You wouldn’t tell the volunteer subject what is going to happen to them before they go into the experiment as it colors their experience and ruins the experiment!”

A Big Stick of Confidence responds to the unique space of the Esther Klein Gallery, and is informed by the time Ursitti spent over the past year at the Monell Center, where she worked with world-renowned olfactory scientists Pamela Dalton and George Preti. Ursitti has been working with scent since the early 1990’s, and is recognized as a pioneer in the area, creating pungent installations and interventions. She is interested in non-verbal (chemical) communication, the non-visual senses, speculative fiction and memory. Her work often incorporates situation and context.

Ursitti has exhibited widely internationally and has been the recipient of numerous awards including IASPIS (International Artist Studio Programme in Sweden); Scottish Arts Council Award; Wellcome Sci-Art Grant; Helen Chadwick Fellowship at the British School at Rome and the Ruskin School, University of Oxford. She is presently the recipient of a Canada Council Long Term Artist Grant, and was included in the survey exhibition Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland. She is currently based in Glasgow, Scotland where she is a lecturer at Glasgow School of Art. For more information about Clara Ursitti, visit http://www.claraursitti.com.

Friday, 22 August 2014

Tessa Lynch in The Independent


Karen Wright writes about 2013 MFA Graduate Tessa Lynch in The Independent.












Tessa Lynch: Raising at Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh (www.jupiterartland.org) performances on weekends until 28 September

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Marie-Michelle Deschamps - last chance to see

Last chance to see

Marie-Michelle Deschamps

Collective, Edinburgh

26 July – 7 September

Marie-Michelle Deschamps’ installations and artist’s books deconstruct language as a means of investigating the relationship between text and objects.
For her Satellites Programme exhibition, Marie-Michelle has created a new sound installation, stemming from her research and correspondence with Louis Wolfson, an American writer who dedicated his life to developing his ‘own’ language to counter his deep-rooted fear of the English language.

Aniara Omann Brad Pitt



'Brad Pitt' at Intermedia Gallery. 

Preview 22. August, 7 - 9pm

Thursday, 3 July 2014

Mood is Made / Temperature is Taken

Mood is Made / Temperature is Taken
Group exhibition curated by Quinn Latimer

Preview 7 - 9pm, Friday 04 July 2014

Glasgow Sculpture Studios
The Whisky Bond
2 Dawson Road G4 9SS

Mood Is Made / Temperature Is Taken brings together work produced by artists currently working at Glasgow Sculpture Studios.

Programmed as part of GENERATION’s Associate Programme.

Nicolas Party at Kunsthall Stavanger