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Whoever you are, New York – Documentation

Thomas Feulmer, Fraser Stables, Catherine Street: Curated by Gavin Morrison Numberthirtyfive Gallery, New York 23rd October – 5th December 2010 Photographs by Anna Copland Read the text of the performance here.

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An experimental action…(documentation)

Documentation of event on 25th April – photography by Victoria Silver and Robin Wu – click here for more images. Listen to the audio work Sounds from the next room here. Watch the video The legs of a third… here. … Continue reading

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Exhibition Opening 22nd May 7-9pm – Transmission, Glasgow

Transmission Gallery, 28 King Street, Glasgow Preview Saturday 22nd May 7-9pm Exhibition open 25th May-19th June, Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm Event including a screening of new video work on Wednesday 26th May 7-9pm

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Gnommero

Gnommero is a new publication produced by Sarah Tripp which includes writing by Jenny Brownrigg, Anca Benera, Neil Davidson, Simone Hutchinson & Conal McStravick, Nathalie de Briey, Chris Walker, Ruth Barker, Anthony Schrag, Eona McCallum, S_ and O_, Becky Beasley, Kathryn Elkin, … Continue reading

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I spin on the horrible knife-edge…

I spin on the horrible knife-edge I spin on the junction between the future and the past… Performance by Catherine Street and Wounded Knee at Warehouse of Horrors, Saturday 31st October, Studio Warehouse Glasgow, in association with Embassy. Curated by Benjamin … Continue reading

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X-RAY at the Perseverance, London, 26th Sept 2009

Screening of video works by Glasgow based artists Continue reading

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