Travelling Gallery in collaboration with Glasgow Women’s Library present

Lauren Printy Currie

4 Dec 2017
1pm - 7pm
All ages
Free - drop in throughout the day

Her body remembered a night-blooming cereus, sweated industry and salt (what came near)

​Platform is delighted to welcome the Travelling Gallery and their exhibition by Lauren Printy Currie in collaboration with Glasgow Women’s Library. Lauren Printy Currie works in sculpture, writing and installation, creating assemblages that hybridize the material and psychological qualities of object.

The exhibition derives from a residency at Glasgow Women’s Library where the collection and archive served as a repository from which Lauren Printy Currie drew material and inspiration to make a new body of work for the Travelling Gallery.

Exploring feminist self-organising and economies of production, this work will endeavor to respond to the materiality and immateriality of the archive as an entity constantly in flux, which adds to, performs, removes and reconfigures its contents. The artist will consider experiences that have been marginalised and explore the defining principles of the creation of cultural archives.

Additional info

a feeling of and, a feeling of if, a feeling of but, a feeling of by, a feeling of blue, a feeling of cold
Monday 4 December
Free but ticketed

An event by Lauren Printy Currie coinciding with her exhibition her body remembered a night-blooming cereus, sweated industry and salt (what came near) at Travelling Gallery in partnership with Glasgow Women’s Library.

For more information or to book follow through to link here

Platform are also delighted to support a school visit of this exhibition on Tuesday 5 December to:

St Andrews Secondary School
47 Torphin Crescent
G32 6QE

Visual Arts

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