|14th May 2022 to 22nd May 2022|
|As per opening hours|
|Glasgow South Side|
|This is a free event|
|Event organiser/part of Southside Fringe Festival|
|Visit the event website here|
|Facebook information can be found here|
Alex Warner / Ivy Deacon / Aga Paulina Młyńczak / Antony Lucchesi / Kialy Tihngang / Kirkwood Brothers / Amy Grogan
'Everything Must Go' is a project by Glasgow based artists and curators Georgia Thornton Sparkes and Grace Higgins Brown which intends to temporarily occupy shop fronts/windows with contemporary exhibitions involving local, early career artists.
This exhibition intends to maintain exposure and create a visible community within neighbourhoods, navigating what art production and exhibiting means right now.
Aga Paulina Młyńczak
VENUE: Fringe HQ
Aga Paulina Młyńczak is an artist and a curator working within the intersection of art and technology. She worked in the film industry and delivered exhibitions showcasing new media work in Copenhagen. Her works display experimental approach to the way sound and language come together, convey meaning and manage belonging.
VENUE: The Ice Box Arts & Music Centre
Antony’s Project for EMG uses scans and images from around Southside and links them together through videos and drawings in order to generate links between separate objects. The resources used to make this work are available to anyone to download for free under a creative commons (CC-BY 4.0) licence.
VENUE: Art Space G41
A romantic declaration to a song and to clay. These shapes are stuck awkwardly, like this, 4 lyf. They only have one message and it’s to dance with somebody. With Ivy’s love language being quality time, the repetitive hours spent with clay and this song, no wonder it’s a romance.
VENUE: Glad Rags Thrift
Alex Warner aka @koolkatwarner works within a range of different mediums but works specifically using and exploring the uses of primary colours whilst reflecting on British consumerism, chicken shops, sport, everyday life, the urban landscape.
VENUE: Finn's Place
These Table Tennis Rackets are for Beginners; the increased size allows for players to never miss the ball. Over time, the racket size can be reduced until the player is comfortable using a regular sized racket.
The Kirkwood Brothers, Jonny and Jordon, are Glasgow-based artists whose work often revolves around neurodiversity and mental health in an effort to dispel related stereotypes. Working collaboratively as brothers, Jonny and Jordon create art through conversation, re-capturing the popular culture from their childhood.
The director's cut of Tihngang's 2021 ‘Useless Machines’, a darkly humorous response to electronic waste dumping in the form of function-free fabric covered robots with a corresponding infomercial. This extended edition features the ultimate limited edition collectible, a bespoke viewing console made of waste materials. Useless problems need Useless Machines.
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