Monday, 30 January 2012



5.2.2012 - 18.3.2012

Current MFA student Dunja Herzog will show work in the group show 'Manufacture' at the Centre Pasquart in Biel, Switzerland. Other artists include Michael Beutler, Vanessa Billy, Dewar & Gicquel, Ida Ekblad, Vincent Ganivet, Hedwig Houben, Brian Jungen, Emmanuelle Lainé, Charles Mason, Vik Muniz, Kilian Rüthemann, Zin Taylor

Friday, 27 January 2012

The Beast That Shouted Love At The Heart Of The World

A new collaborative show by three MFA graduates -

+44 141 Gallery is pleased to present ‘The Beast That Shouted Love At
The Heart Of The World’, showcasing the result of a collaboration
between Glasgow-based artists Mark Briggs, Jim Colquhoun and Conor

Drawing from deviant histories within Ovidean mythology, 19th Century
Romanticism, and slapstick, the exhibition will act as an invitation
to worry the inherited tropes that grope towards the notion of a
contemporary sublime. The collaboration will play with states of
chaos, terror and deviant behaviour, neo-paganism, and arcane
revivalism through suppressed and unconscious histories.

04.02.12 — 25.02.12
Weds — Sat
12:00 — 18:00

+44 141 Gallery
100 Eastvale Place
G3 8QG

Thursday, 19 January 2012

The Invigilators

The Invigilators

Preview: Friday 20 January: 6-8pm

Mackintosh Museum, The Glasgow School of Art

An exhibition of selected works from Mackintosh Museum invigilators working at The Glasgow School of Art. With work by current MFA students Federico Del Vecchio, Suzanne Dery, Mimi Deschamps, Nils Guadagnin, Hyojun Hyun, Douglas Laing and Geneva Sills.

Exhibition runs 21 – 28 January 2012.

Sunday, 8 January 2012

Proposal for a Warehouse or Towards a Museum of Reorganisation

Proposal for a Warehouse or Towards a Museum of Reorganisation is a project by James Hutchinson (MFA graduate 2011) that addresses the transformation of objects as they move through spaces, carried by the forces of capitalist flow, and considers how the spaces they move through are themselves transformed to accommodate this flow. As a part of How to Turn the World by Hand? via Beijing, Edinburgh, İstanbul - a year long, international research project in collaboration with Arrow Factory / Beijing, Collective / Edinburgh and PiST/// Istanbul, Hutchinson will be based at PiST/// to develop his project which feeds into a dialogue around trade and global movements. During his stay Hutchinson will be making new work as part of his ongoing project which involves the production of art shipping crates in locations that have been subject to massive reorganisation due to an imposed economic imperative and this context will also focus on the rapid gentrification in areas of Istanbul.

Wednesday, 4 January 2012



Curated by It's Our Playground - Camille Le Houezec and Jocelyn Villemont (MFA 2011)

Saturday 7 January - Saturday 28 January 2012

11:00am - 6:00pm

CCA, Glasgow

Usually, artwork is exhibited, documentation is published and, if on a digital platform, the Internet becomes the means of its dissemination. It’s Our Playground investigates the cohabitation of the virtual and the real, by setting up a physical exhibition and an online one. The project will look at artworks existing in different mediums (e.g., sculpture and JPEG, installation and GIF).

There will be original artworks in both exhibition spaces from the same artists. Artists include: Aaron Angell, Anthony Antonellis, Alistair Frost, Tom Godfrey, Rachel de Joode, Aurélien Mole, Mathew Parkin, Ciara Phillips, Owen Piper and Travess Smalley.... Here comes DOVBLE TROVBLE!