Home Where Home Is Not is an ambitious exhibition by Glasgow-based artists Sogol Mabadi and Birthe Jorgensen reimagining fixed notions of home, and what it means to be of more than one place.
After a period research and group work with women connected to Platform and Glasgow Women’s Library, this exhibition of new works includes installations, wood-carved sculptures and sound works, and will stretch across both sites in Glasgow’s East End.
There will be transcripts of all audio content in this exhibition available.
All events are free but ticketed - follow the links for each event.
For more info or to book please visit womenslibrary.org.uk / call 0141 550 2267 or www.platform-online.co.uk / call 0141 276 9696 (option 1).
Languages of Belonging: Sogol Mabadi and Birthe Jorgensen in conversation with Amanda ThomsonThursday 18 July, 6pm to 7.30pm at Glasgow Women’s Library
Amanda Thomson is a visual artist who has a longstanding interest in the Scottish Highland landscapes and how places come to be made. Her arts-based PhD, from UHI/ the University of Aberdeen, is about the forests of Abernethy and Morayshire. More broadly Amanda’s work is about how we are located (and locate ourselves) in the world. In her explorations of home, migration and mapping there are many rich intersections with the themes in Home Where Home Is Not. In this event all three artists will share responses to this exhibition and the questions raised by Amanda Thomson’s rich creative practice.
Performative tour with Julia Lee Barclay-Morton
Sunday 21 July, 2pm to 4pm, starting at Platform.
The event will take place across both exhibition sites meeting at Platform and finishing at Glasgow Women’s Library. (Bus provided).
Julia Lee Barclay-Morton is an award-winning writer and director, whose prose and plays have been produced and published internationally. Her most recent stage-text On the edge of/a cure was produced by Rogue Players as a staged reading at The Playroom in NYC.
Saturday 3 August, 2pm to 4pm at Platform
Join both artists on the final day of the exhibition where participants who took part in the project host a closing event.