Glasgow - a-n The Artists Information Company

Ross Fleming, 'Flemings Lemons', 2020, installation view. Photo; Richard Taylor
Review

Flemings Lemons

A prematurely-shut participatory installation by Renfrewshire-based artist Ross Fleming, which included ingredients such as Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), lemons, condoms, and badges in transparent goodie bags.

0 0
Blog Post

‘name’- day 2: the traffic of love

Location: Glasgow Women’s Library Last night I was looking for a Robert Macfarlane book on my bookshelf (given to me by none other than my partner in crime B Jorgensen) which I knew was about walking.  On the very first page, […]

0 2
Blog Artist

‘name’ : day 1

touching the world through walking while seated, moving, in silence or not.

Started:
Updated:
0 1
News News story

Now Showing #276: The week’s top exhibitions

Five recommended shows from across the UK, including: Christine Ay Tjoe’s painting and drawing at White Cube Bermondsey, London; Cécile B. Evans’ Brutalist film installation at Tramway, Glasgow; and Lorenzo Lotto’s portraits, National Gallery, London.

0 0
Blog Post

more sequences

Please see animated sequence here –’I ‘ve been with the same partner for 16 years. Every morning I wake her up and tell her I love her. Every night before we go to bed, we tell each other we love each […]

0 0
Blog Post

Final Stages

Finally, after a lot of work and a lot of sweat the animation is slowly coming together. Mainly due to the long time it takes to finish, but also to make it a lighter and more digestible piece for the viewer […]

0 0
News News feature

A Q&A with… Rabiya Choudhry, painter of “joyous, demented expressions”

For her show at Glasgow’s Transmission gallery, Scottish artist Rabiya Choudhry presents selected works from a six-year period including paintings, printed fabrics and a neon window sign in tribute to her dad. Jessica Ramm asks where her vibrant but troubled paintings come from and what it means to fly solo at this important artist-run space.

0 1
News News feature

In Kind and out of pocket: the hidden costs of artists working for free

During this year’s Glasgow International, artists Ailie Rutherford and Janie Nicoll presented In Kind, an action research project using the festival as a case study in order to chart the “hidden economies of the visual arts”. Fellow Glasgow-based artist Jessica Ramm finds out what they discovered and ponders where to go next.

0 0