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Wing Hong Creative Residency publication

  • DC 116
  • Collection
  • Jan 2021

Publication created in January 2021 from Wing Hong Creative Residency, a partnership project between GSA Community Engagement and the Wing Hong Chinese Elderly Centre in Garnethill, Glasgow. Alaya Ang created the publication to capture the project which developed a series of creative and collaborative activities with service users at the Wing Hong centre, with the aim of exploring themes of ageing, ageism and isolation.

The project took place during October and November 2020 in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, which meant many of the activities had to be adapted to be conducted remotely. This publication is a look into the process and preservation of the delicate experience of life during the lockdown through the participants eyes, that aims to illustrate the strength and joy of the Chinese elderly with the creative and sustaining power of art.

Publication includes Chinese text and English text. The cover reads "A reunion in the place where you are".

Ang, Alaya

Film accompanying the exhibition by Jimmy Cosgrove ‘Looking for Signs: Ideas and Imagined Circumstances', Studio Pavilion (House for an Art Lover), 28 Jul 2018-16 Sep 2018

Film by Callum and Fraser Rice which accompanies the exhibition by Jimmy Cosgrove ‘Looking for Signs: Ideas and Imagined Circumstances', Studio Pavilion (House for an Art Lover) 28 July - 16 September 2018, co-curated by Alison Harley, Fraser Taylor and Louise Briggs.

The exhibition explored the studio collection of Jimmy Cosgrove, and presented work spanning the early 1970s to new work created for the Studio Pavilion in 2018. Sketchbooks, travelogues, working ideas were included to show the span of work across design and the visual arts, pursued by Jimmy Cosgrove throughout his career at GSA.

Filmed in the context of the exhibition Cosgrove expands upon his ideas, working processes and contribution to design education at GSA, alongside his artistic contribution to the Scottish and Glasgow art scene of the early 1970s and into the mid 1990s, when he retired from GSA to continue working as an exhibiting artist.

A publication with invited contributions by practitioners and academics, accompanied the exhibition.

Rice, Callum

Wrecking Ball

Wrecking Ball woodcut and cardboard print

Note from the artist: This print is part of the collection Wank!, a series of six posters for various sources - such as essays, video clips, movies or performances - all dealing with the taboo subject of female masturbation. Acting like a curator of these references, I aim to highlight that any attempt to represent feminine masturbation through a feminist eye still finds its limits where a branded masculine interpretation of feminine sexuality starts.

Campistron, Dominique

Soft Candy

Digital print on leather with stainless steel rod and rings. The artist wishes it to be installed with the rod hammered into the wall at a height of 1.7m, with the leather hanging from the two rings which are placed onto the rod.

Herrmannsen, Eleanor Elks

Identification key for poster reference GSAA/EPH/10/204

This item is an identification key showing each student depicted in the photograph on the poster under the reference number GSAA/EPH/10/204. It was created by Katie Hawson who was a volunteer at The Glasgow School Of Art Archives and Collections in 2013. Eddie Stewart, a former painting and printmaking tutor at the school helped Katie to identify each individual.

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