Tuesday 24 January 2012

This Month @SWG3

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Artist Studios Available

SWG3 has 3 different studio spaces available from Febuary 1st. These are all different sizes and prices ranging from £48/pcm for a shared studio space to £400/pcm for an independant railway arch.

For more details or to arrange a viewing please email work@swg3.tv<mailto:work@swg3.tv>.


PCL presents:
'Clap Your Hands Say Yeah'
Saturday 28.01.12
Doors 8pm


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Juke Joint
'Kissy Sell Out'
Thursday 02.02.12


Join us at SWG3 on Thursday 2nd February as Southern Comfort open the doors to THE original Louisiana party. We'll be mixing up Southern Comfort cocktails, old school horns and hot new DJs, keeping the volume cranked up and bodies swaying into the small hours.

Back in the day, any old Joe's house or porch could transform into a dance floor; furniture was pushed out of the way and the music was turned up. That's the essence of the Juke Joint. Nothing flashy, never showing off, everyone welcome.

Recreating the party atmosphere and giving y'all a taste of the unexpected will be DJs Blond Ambition and the Dixon Brothers alongside headliner, International DJ and Producer, Kissy Sell Out. A pioneer of the dance music world, Kissy has been hailed by Mixmag as "one of the most exciting, charismatic and entertaining DJs of the decade." Renowned for his electro productions and energetic DJ style, his set is guaranteed to get everyone in the party mood.

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- For further information on Southern Comfort visit www.facebook.com/southerncomfortuk<http://www.facebook.com/southerncomfortuk>
- For further information on Kissy Sell Out visit www.kissysellout.com<http://www.kissysellout.com> and http://www.facebook.com/kissyselloutpage

Please note this event is strictly over 18′s, ID may be required. Big Momma cares. Please drink responsibly. Visit www.drinkaware.co.uk<http://www.drinkaware.co.uk>


+44141 Gallery
056 'The Beast That Shouted Love At The Heart Of The World'

Friday 03.02.12
19:00 — 22:00

04.02.12 — 25.02.12
Weds — Sat
12:00 — 18:00


+44 141 Gallery is pleased to present 'The Beast That Shouted Love At The Heart Of The World', showcasing the result of a collaboration between Glasgow-based artists Mark Briggs, Jim Colquhoun and Conor Kelly.

Drawing from deviant histories within Ovidean mythology, 19th Century Romanticism, and slapstick, the exhibition will act as an invitation to worry the inherited tropes that grope towards the notion of a contemporary sublime. The collaboration will play with states of chaos, terror and deviant behaviour, neo-paganism, and arcane revivalism through suppressed and unconscious histories.


Sólveig Einarsdóttir - 'White Light'
Arch 24, Eastvale Place

Friday 03.02.12
19:00 — 22:00

04.02.12 — 18.02.12
Weds — Sat
12:00 — 18:00



PCL presents:
'Ghost Poet'
Friday 24.02.12

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Cry Parrot Presents:
Friday 25.02.12


A true master of the horror film soundtrack aesthetic, Umberto's music is a hypnotic, all-consuming journey, reeling you into a foggy, neon-lit world of graveyards, stalkers, haunted houses, witches and blood-stained corpses. Evoking the unsettling progressive rock of Goblin and the sinister, dystopian synth-work of John Carpenter, his acclaimed releases are as playful and experimental as they are expertly crafted. Flying over from Kansas City, Missouri for this special performance, Umberto will provide a live soundtrack to a secret film of his choice in cutting-edge arts venue SWG3.

Co-presented by independent promoters Cry Parrot, expect a suitably creepy production and otherworldly performance.

All tickets £5


Thanks for reading and hope to see you in Eastvale Place sometime this month



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Monday 23 January 2012

Open Call: EMBASSY & N/V_PROJECTS residency exchange 2012


Open Call: EMBASSY & N/V_PROJECTS residency exchange 2012<http://www.embassygallery.org/upcoming/open-call-embassy-nv_projects-residency-exchange-2012/>

Embassy and N/V_PROJECTS are producing a residency exchange, open to emerging artists.

Embassy are looking for an artist based in Scotland to take part in a two week residency at N/V_PROJECTS in London. At the same time an artist from London will be in residence at Embassy.

The residency at N/V_PROJECTS will begin on 1st March and culminate in an exhibition in the N/V_PROJECTS project space from 15th to 31st March.

The selected artist will be provided with: studio/work space, accommodation, travel costs, artist fee.

The project aims to provide space and financial assistance towards the production of new work and research in a challenging environment. A publication will be produced and publicity will be provided for the project and exhibition by Embassy and N/V_PROJECTS.

The deadline for applications is Sunday 5th February at 5pm.

Applications to be sent to: info@embassygallery.org<mailto:info@embassygallery.org>. The successful applicant will be notified by Friday 10th February.

Please include the following:

* Images of work (Max. 8 images. Mac compatible files)
* Links to video work/website
* CV
* Residency exchange proposal (Max. A4)
* Statement (Max. 500 words/optional)

Unfortunately we cannot take applications from full-time students.

For any further information, please contact: info@embassygallery.org<mailto:info@embassygallery.org>

10b Broughton Street Lane,


Embassy Gallery LTD is registered in Scotland Company Number:259872 and Charity No. SC035780

Embassy is supported by Creative Scotland

Thursday 19 January 2012

Collective Gallery Press Release - New Work Scotland Programme 2011

Collective Gallery
Press Release
New Work Scotland Programme
Jack McConville | Ash Reid | Amelia Bywater & Christian Newby
21 January – 19 February

Collective's New Work Scotland Programme sets out to identify and support a new group of creative practitioners every year, reflecting current movements in visual art in Scotland. As NWSP enters its twelfth year, and in this current climate, Collective feels it is even more important that this programme continues to support and challenge emerging artists, writers and curators at a pivotal stage in their career.

Each consecutive New Work Scotland Programme is informed by feedback from the previous years to develop and refine the programme year on year. This year Collective broadened the application criteria, and now encourage artists who can be up to six years out of art school to apply. In addition we are working with Tramway, Glasgow, to support one NWSP artist to have a solo exhibition. This seedbed approach to change offers a chance to test each new development and to continue to work towards the goal of offering the best opportunity for creative and professional development at an emergent level in Scotland, whilst continuing to work with many other partners and networks adapt and enlarge the programme.

Mining the Horizon is the title given to New Work Scotland Programme 2011/12. The title was designed to give a more coherent context for the work within the programme and to offer applicants and selectors, a frame by which to explore the various possibilities offered by the programme. This title reflected our proposition to this year's applicants - to think of themselves as active agents within a framework and to consider themselves as a cohort, a team acting within that structure. Their proposition: to probe our collective horizons, through research, practice and presentation.

The New Work Scotland Programme selection panel changes each year, and this year it included Steven Cairns, Ian White and Torsten Lauschmann, to whom Collective are extremely grateful for all their insights and commitment. Collective made this year a transitional year marking a new, more integrated approach. Collective believe that in order to give practitioners the best chance of a developed outcome we need to invest more in their research and development.

Alongside the introduction of the title we have offered more space for group dialogue, demanding more from the participants, but offering them more in return. For the first time, all of the artists were invited on a 'retreat' weekend at Hospitalfield House, Arbroath.

Additionally, to reflect this shift, the residency Collective run with Studio Voltaire in London, moved from a solo opportunity to involving all practitioners in a series of collaborative residencies, resulting in greater opportunities as well as enabling stronger connections between peers within the programme, providing
time for the development of shared concerns.

The New Work Scotland Programme publication has also evolved and this new, more substantial annual gives a space and context for artists' pages, which allow for an alternative encounter with (or sideways glance at) the work of those involved in NWSP 2011/12. A critical/interpretive text will be commissioned to accompany each exhibition.

All New Work Scotland Programme selected artists 2011/12
Joey Villemont | Ash Reid | Gordon Schmidt | Oliver Braid | Florrie James | Jack Mcconville | Rhianna Turnbull | Christian Newby & Amelia Bywater

Artists' Biographies (full biographies are available upon request)

Jack McConville
Jack McConville graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2008 and works primarily in painting, creating images in open dialogue with art history and informed by contemporary cultural imagery. Within his works, the surface shifts between abstraction and figuration; objects and figures are rendered as graphic signs stripped of either expressive or descriptive intentions. Representational systems employed by Modernism are juxtaposed with those of 80's video games, in the examination of the continual shifting between the sign, the signified and the gap that separates them.

Ash Reid
Ash Reid graduated from MA Fine Art from Edinburgh College of Art in 2007. Working in collage, film, drawing and sound her practice explores memory, the nature of how it is formed and ways in which it can be revisited to survey effects of current cultural conditions. Particularly interested in the hypnagogic state as an entry point for this enquiry, her work forms fleeting situations that discombobulate past happenings into a series of punctuated actions.

Amelia Bywater and Christian Newby
Amelia Bywater and Christian Newby both graduated from the MFA programme at Glasgow School of Art in 2009. Their collaborative project integrates collage, photography, sculptural installation and publications. Informing their joint practice is a consideration to how objects and images can be re-appropriated and reinterpreted as a means of investigating the interference, translation and stability of the image and its relationship to history, nostalgia, narrative and resolution.

Gordon Schmidt
Gordon Schmidt studied Sculpture at the Emily Carr Institute, Vancouver and was an exchange student in the Environmental Art Department at Glasgow School of Art.

Rhianna Turnbull
Rhianna Turnbull graduated in 2006 from Painting and Printmaking at Glasgow School of Art. Working across collage, video, drawing and painting her work is concerned with lifestyle and identity.

Florrie James
Florrie James graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2010. Her work comments on cultural history and art history: existence, failure and continuation, explored through the medium of appropriated design, writing, painting and film-making.

Oliver Braid
Oliver Braid graduated from Glasgow School of Art MFA in 2010. Oliver describes his practice as: "exploring strategies with which work can be made and received. I often work with other individuals, and use collaboration as a way to challenge the conventional understandings of the procedures governing the making and reception of art, and search for an alternative." Taking inspiration from contemporary cultural sources from Big Brother to Harry Potter, Oliver offers a new lens with which to read contemporary art practice and its theories.

Joey Villemont
Joey Villemont graduated from Glasgow School of Art MFA this year. Working in sculpture, installation and film he explores elemental links between counter-culture and the prehistoric or primal. Through interweaving the past with popular culture Joey's work is concerned with the remaking of histories, proposing historical narratives which have never existed.

Tuesday 17 January 2012

Exhibition Opening - House of Yvonne - Thursday 19th January, 6-9pm


1/1, 24 Hayburn Crescent Glasgow G11 5AY
0141 339 9186 / 07545 922013

20th January – 11th February 2012
House of Yvonne
Kenneth Anger, Sophie Macpherson, Colin Self and Clare Stephenson

opening times: Thursday - Saturday 12 - 5pm or by appointment

Friday 13 January 2012

Kendall Koppe / LAYING DOWN AND KISSING THE LOVE IN THE MIST, Part 2 - curated by Laura Aldridge / Preview 20th January 7-9pm


Part 2 - Caroline Achaintre, Neil Bickerton, Kathryn Elkin, Jess Flood-Paddock, Anna Mayer, Louise Shelley
Curated by Laura Aldridge
20th January - 18th February 2012

Preview: Friday 20th January 2012, 7-9 pm
Performances scheduled on the opening night: Neil Bickerton - 7:45pm & Kathryn Elkin - 8:15pm

Untitled or Not Yet - curated by Louise Shelly - 18th February 2012, 12-6pm
Lucy Clout, Kathryn Elkin, Katherine MacBride and Camilla Wills

Kendall Koppe is pleased to present the second part of Laying down and kissing the love in the mist, curated by artist Laura Aldridge. Part 1 of Laying down and kissing the love in the mist presented The Maid of the Mist, a performance work by American artist Ree Morton made whilst on residency at ArtPark, New York in 1976. Morton worked throughout the 1960s and 70s developing her own critical and artistic trajectory in relation to structuralist theory, surrealist literature and emotional experience. Armed with her own directness of attitude Ree Morton's work offers a distinctive framework to contemporary visual art practices today. Her insistence on the intuitive as part of a rigorous and theoretical approach makes her work relevant to current practices that explore spaces within the subjective, and their possible reflection on embedded behavior and habitual relations of knowledge and power.

Laying down and kissing the love in the mist - Part 2 seeks to develop a creative space where moments within the work of Morton and the invited artists may be expanded and held open as a possibility. Taking this particular work by Morton as a catalyst, Part 2 features newly commissioned art works and performances by Neil Bickerton, Kathryn Elkin, Anna Mayer, Jess Flood-Paddock and Louise Shelley, anchored with an existing piece of work by Caroline Achaintre. This gradual reveal of the exhibition's distinct chapters allows the works featured in the exhibition to sit alongside one another while encouraging a reading of the different relationships at work within each practice. The careful handling of these, often intuitive, relationships is key to the exhibition.

Untitled or Not Yet is an invitation initiated by Louise Shelly that will take place during the last day of the exhibition. A collection of new works will be shown in the gallery during normal opening times, to propose an interruption and expansion of the existing dialogue in the gallery space without the format of an evening event or lecture. The new collection of works will be by Lucy Clout, Kathryn Elkin, Katherine MacBride and Camilla Wills.

About the artists:

Laura Aldridge (b. 1978) lives and works in Glasgow. She graduated from the MFA programme at Glasgow School of Art in 2006. Recent solo exhibitions include Cairn, Pittenweem, Fife; Studio Voltaire, 2011; Cat's are not important, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (2010); The workshop survived because we love each other, Glasgow Sculpture Studio, Glasgow (2007); and Social Dynamism, Calarts, Los Angeles (2005). She has a forthcoming solo exhibtion at the CCA, Glasgow in February 2012.

Caroline Achaintre (b.1969 Toulouse) lives and works in London. She graduated from the MFA programme at Goldsmiths College in 2003. Recent solo exhibitions include Couleur Locale, Arcade, London; Novelty, Mirko Mayer, Cologne and Visor Visitor, Fake Estate, New York. She has also participated in group exhibitions in LOG, Bergamo; Oechsner Galerie, Nuremberg; Waltraum, Munich; Timothy Taylor Gallery, London and The Saatchi Gallery, London.

Neil Bickerton lives and works in Glasgow

Kathryn Elkin (b.1983) lives and works in London. Her research is most commonly realized through live performance, video or writing as proposed performance. Recent exhibitions include 21st Century program at Chisenhale Gallery, (London, 2011), The Hole, (London, 2011), with Sue Thompkins and Oliver Rees and 'What we Make With Words' at CCA (Glasgow, 2011). Her work has been published by Sternberg Press, 2HB and gnommero.

Anna Mayer lives and works in Los Angeles, where she received her MFA from CalArts in 2007. Moving between collectivity and introspection, Mayer attempts to establish an "outcantatory" practice that uses language, fire, and intention to propose relationships encouraging embodiment and the rejection of discreet, linear modes of reception. In 2010 Mayer had a solo exhibition at Sea and Space Explorations in Los Angeles. Group exhibitions include Night Gallery (CA), Cerritos College Art Gallery (CA), A.I.R. Gallery (NY), Karen Lovegrove (CA), and Klaus Von Nichtssagend (NY). Mayer recently completed her WORD THE WORD series of guided listening sessions at the Experimental Meditation Center of Los Angeles. In addition to her solo practice, Anna works with Jemima Wyman as part of the collaborative duo CamLab. In the first part of 2012, CamLab will stage three events at MOCA in Los Angeles as part of its Engagement Party series.

Ree Morton (b.1936 - 1977) , an artist who is virtually unknown in Europe and has recently been rediscovered by a growing American audience, was of the generation of Eva Hesse and Paul Thek. Not unlike them, she challenged conceptual art and the orthodoxy of 1970s minimalism by fusing elements of historic art, aspects of ritual, and decor with the analytical rigor of a structural mapping of space. Her thinking drew on a great variety of literary, philosophical, and ethnological sources

Jess Flood-Paddock (b.1977, London) lives and works in London. Educated at The Slade and The Royal College of Art. Forthcoming projects include a solo show at Grimm Gallery Amsterdam and Britain Creates 2012 a collaboration with fashion designder Jonathan Saunders.Recent exhibitions include Gangsta's Paradise at the Hayward GalleryProject Space, London (2010, curated by Tom Morton), The Grid System A Regime: SpartacusChetwynd & Jess Flood-Paddock at MCA, Malta (2010), Sacrifice at Swallow Street, London (2010,curated by Sarah McCrory), Phyllida Barlow & Jess Flood-Paddock at the Russian Club, London (2009)and Bloomberg New Contemporaries (2006). She was commissioned to make a short film for Channel 4and Frieze Foundation Film Commissions 2010.

Louise Shelley (b.1982) lives and works in London. Co-editor of 2HB she also works at The Showroom coordinating the Communal Knowledge programme and as Education Curator at Studio Voltaire. She occasionally produces work in collaboration with other artists, these have included; Laura Aldridge, Giles Bailey, Kate Morrell and Kathryn Elkin

Lucy Clout (b. 1980) is a London based artist working in video, sculpture and performance. Recent exhibitions include solo presentations at Limoncello Gallery London, IPS Bournville and group shows at Transmission, Glasgow, CAG, Vancouver and The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle.

Katherine MacBride (b. 1982) is an artist, art therapist and independent researcher based in Glasgow. She graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 2005 and in 2010 gained an MSc Art Psychotherapy from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Katherine's practice currently explores the use of art based research alongside social research methods as a means of understanding and representing lived experience. This is currently focused on aspects of role identification and how it relates to ethics and social experience. Katherine will be exhibiting a new collaborative installation with Chris Dyson at the Old Hairdressers, Glasgow in July 2012.

Camilla Wills (b.1985) lives and works in London. Understanding the grammar and layout of literature as an emotional field, she uses her preoccupation with the irrepressible affectivity of literary language to produce performances, installation, video and writing. The work posits the sensory properties of a phenomenological body perceiving the material world coupled with an errant, energetic subjectivity. Recent activities include graduation from the masters programme at the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam (NL), the Spring Residency at Robert Wilson's Watermill Center (US) and co-editing Dauerwelle, a zine for artists' writing, with Jacob Blandy.

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Wednesday 11 January 2012

Edinburgh Sculpture Centre call for applications, deadline 31 Jan


New Sculpture Centre opens June 2012
Call for studio applications

Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop's new Sculpture Centre is due to open in June 2012, and will be the first purpose-built open access sculpture facility in the UK.
Architect's impression of the new Sculpture Centre
The Sculpture Centre facilities will be open to anyone wishing to come and produce work, as a member or non member, just by phoning to book a working space.
Facilities will include:
· Six days a week, open access working
· Two production spaces which can be hired by the table or by the space
· Fully equipped Metal and Wood Workshops
· Mixed Media Workshop with kiln suitable for glass, clay and ceramics
· Dedicated Project Space
· Technical support 6 days a week
· Research Space suitable for drop-in working, meetings and members' projects/exhibitions
· Meeting spaces available to hire
· IT Suite with Mac facilities
· 26 Studios
· Membership scheme
· Funded artists opportunities
· Reduced accommodation rental for artists available through ESW's National User Scheme
· Two apartments to enable international exchanges

Applications are now invited for studios in the new Sculpture Centre:
Deadline: 31st January 2012

Architect's impression of a studio in the new Sculpture Centre

Monthly Studio Rental Rates
(Maximum lease length is 5 years)
Single studio: £136
Shared studio £96
Graduate studio: £76 (gradually increasing to £96 after 3 years)
Two studios will be available for recent graduates (up to 3 years after graduating from college/university).
Studio floor area: 16m² (approx.)
Although single studios are available, applications for a shared studio will be looked on favourably.
Studios are expected to be available from 1st June 2012, although this date may shift if there are delays with the construction.

A full application pack is available by emailing admin@edinburghsculpture.org<mailto:admin@edinburghsculpture.org>.
Full information about ESW can be viewed on our website: www.edinburghsculpture.org<http://www.edinburghsculpture.org>

Friday 6 January 2012

KW works – Last chance to acquire lots!


KW works – Art Lottery in support of KW
Last chance to acquire lots!

Lots for the art lottery KW works initiated by KW Freunde can be acquired at the ticket counter of KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin until January 13, 2012 at 7 pm. Purchase via the KW Freunde website www.kw-freunde.de<http://www.kw-freunde.de> is possible until January 12. The revenue supports the work of KW.

The lottery includes 69 works by Fritz Balthaus, Heike Baranowsky, Oliver van den Berg, Monica Bonvicini, Monika Brandmeier, Clara Brörman, Marcel Bühler, Angela Bulloch, Patty Chang, Martin Creed, Mariechen Danz, Kate Davis, Michele Di Menna, Wim Delvoye, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Martin Eder, Tim Eitel, Olafur Eliasson, Thomas Eller, Sabine Fassl, FORT, Philip Grözinger, Petrit Halilaj, Uwe Henneken, Leiko Ikemura, Irwin, Allan Kaprow, Kartenrecht, Ruprecht von Kaufmann, Markus Keibel, Annette Kelm, Clemens Krauss, Via Lewandowsky, Walter Libuda, Adrian Lohmüller, Helen Mirra, Ingo Mittelstaedt, Michael Müller, Florian Neufeldt, Carsten Nicolai, Klaus Pichler, Friederike von Rauch, Thomas Rentmeister, Cornelia Renz, Anselm Reyle, Pipilotti Rist, Jakob Roepke, Ricarda Roggan, Albrecht Schäfer, Julia Scher, Stefanie Schneider, Albrecht Schnider, Iris Schomaker, Norbert Schwontkowski, Markus Sendlinger, Katharina Sieverding, Dirk Skreber, Andreas Slominski, Andrea Stappert, Natascha Stellmach, Stefan Strumbel, Jeffrey Teuton, Sascha Ullmann, Anton Unai, Brigitte Waldach, Patricia Waller, Judi Werthein, XOOOOX, and Krzysztof Zielinski.

The works included in the lottery can be viewed at KW's fronthouse (first floor) on Saturday, January 7 and Sunday, January 8, 2012 from noon to 7 pm.
An overview of the works can be found HERE<http://www.kw-freunde.de/pdf/kw_wand_kunst_.pdf>.

The official drawing takes place at KW on January 13, 2012.

Further informationen can be found HERE<http://www.kw-freunde.de>.

KW Institute for Contemporary Art + KW Freunde
Auguststraße 69
10117 Berlin

KW Freunde
Sabine Bärenklau, T. +49 (0)30. 24345948, sb@kw-freunde.de<mailto:sb@kw-freunde.de>

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