Sunday, 27 November 2016

Eating An Ulster Fry Up Off an Ipad

James Oberhelm

Project Space, The Vic, 20 Scott Street, Glasgow, G3 6PE
Tue 29th November 2016 Roman, 3pm

Ladies and gentlemen
boys and girls
beasts and dreamers
advocates and indicted

here in the cancerous labyrinth of our techno-imperium, in the acrid and rancid miasma of a millennia-long come-down, where imprisonment in the rotten bowels of a slave camp is hawked as a brave new transcendence, we find ourselves in a greasy spoon, down some overlooked byway at an unknown hour, face to face with death in the form of a clown. It is The Maggot, here to instruct us in the perverse art of cosmic reversion, by means of a fry-up. Hidden in the face of the dark satanic everywhere that is the consumer totality, the imperialism of ordered normality collapsing into the viscid maw of a joyously devouring demon is revelation of everyday life.

Have you ever wondered how you really do become death, destroyer of worlds? 
Come along then.

Saturday, 26 November 2016


Cones & Eggs - Geneva Sills

New photographic work by Geneva Sills

Cones & Eggs attempts to renew and simplify an appreciation for the materiality of photography and the female form. Still lifes, presented as gelatin silver prints, act as sexually charged stand-ins amplified further by accompanying colour pigment prints.

Sills’ new gelatin silver prints reference, in order to re-orient, the work of commercial/fashion photographer Paul Outerbridge. Her new pigment prints emphasize the connections between photography and painting.

Intermedia Gallery
Preview: November 25th 6-9 pm
Open to the public Wed-Sun 12-5 pm until December 18th.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016


UNCLE CHOP CHOP launch on Thursday 17th November at The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow.

Friday, 4 November 2016

Tessa Lynch - Wave Machine

Tessa Lynch

Wave Machine

Exhibition: 05.11 – 10.12.16
Preview: Friday 4 November | 7 – 9
Open: Thursday – Saturday | 12 – 6
Or by appointment.

David Dale Gallery & Studios
161 Broad Street
G40 2QR
+44 (0) 141 2589124

Thursday, 3 November 2016

What Now?

A random piece of someone

A Foolish Fire, Perhaps

Francis McKee - How to know what's really happening.

Francis McKee's latest book  'How to know what's really happening' has just been published by Sternberg Press.

Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Making People Up

Tramway’s annual Artists' Moving Image Festival (AMIF), will challenge the conventions of the cinema space through strategies of disruption, subversion and intervention.
Day 1: Making People Up, Saturday 5 November
Programmed by Sarah Tripp

Making People Up manifests characters on the screen, stage and page. This programme of screenings, performances and readings in three 'acts' will unfold within the exposed, theatrical machinery of Tramway 1.

Introduction: 12:00
by Anna McLauchlan, Carrie Skinner and Brighton-Upton Trust

ACT 1: 12:15–13:45pm

Screening: Opaque
Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz
10 min,
HD video, 2014

Performance: Like a Rolling Stone
Aniara Omann
Performed by Jody Henderson and Kenneth Wilson
20 min, 2016

Screening: The Last Performance
Jérôme Bel
59 min,
Video, 1998



Dennis & Debbie Club
Erica Eyres
Beagles & Ramsay
John Russell
Andy Warhol

Voidoid Archive
Unit 12 Arch 23, 100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow G38QG

Exhibition open from 29 October – 13 November
Monday to Saturday 11am – 5pm