SWG3: Waking up a shape / When two or more are together, group exhibition with a.o. Bryony Gillard (DAI, 2015)
Bristol-based artists Edwina Ashton, Anna Clawson, Bryony Gillard, Sebastian Jefford, James Parkinson, Hannah Still and Nicole Ward are joined by Glasgow-based artists Lauren Gault and Lauren Printy Currie in an exhibition that plays with language to explore the nature of artistic associations.
Taking place in the upstairs project space at SWG3, When two or more are together is presented as part of the official programme for Glasgow International from 4 - 21st April 2014
The second chapter of the exhibition titled Waking up a Shape will travel to The Woodside Press as part of the first Bristol Art Weekender, 2 - 5th May 2014
Saturday 5th April, 3-6pm
Exhibition Preview and Performance
Wet Afternoon with Edwina Ashton
Join us this Saturday 5th April at The Poetry Club, for an afternoon with the Bristol cat dance group:
Edwina Ashton, David Jacobs, Lily Johnson and Julia McKinlay
Expect first aid courses, mouth stories and song
SWG3, 100 Eastvale Place, G3 8QG
SWG3 is a short walk from the city centre in the westend of Glasgow located at the end of Eastvale Place, off Kelvinhaugh Street
SWG3 Project Space is located on the second floor of the SWG3 studios.
The Poetry Club is on the ground floor. Follow the signs on-site to find us.
Project supported by Spike Island, Glasgow International
The Bristol Art Weekender, SWG3 and The Woodside Press