Ideal Spaces represents an ongoing aesthetic study of domestic design through the lens of the home makeover. Presenting the design of our own living spaces as a tool of transformation, personal empowerment and creative fulfilment, the artist explores parallels to new age spirituality and artistic practice, considering where consumerism and class may challenge or reinforce these connections.
McLoone works from the perspective of an optimistic amateur, attempting to shape a system of meaning from images of the inspirational and aspirational, and to weigh their own comfort and reluctance toward feeling at home in this landscape.
Preview: Friday 1st Nov, 6-8pm Exhibition continues: 1st Nov – 22nd Nov
Six Foot Gallery The Pentagon Centre 36 Washington Street Glasgow
GENERATORprojects‘ annual group exhibition, They Had 4 Years, features newly commissioned work by recent graduates across Scotland. TH4Y 2019 features six emerging artists from The Glasgow School of Art, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, and Edinburgh College of Art and aims to provide a supportive platform in which the artists can continue to develop their craft whilst gaining an invaluable insight into exhibiting outside of an educational environment. The pairing of the selected artists intends to create an exciting discourse about the complex relationships between the human and the domestic space and the interactions with the objects found within.
In Swing It Shake It Move It Make It (who do u think u r?), six recent DJCAD graduates attempt to work through post-degree-show identity crisis with humour, surrealism and absurdity. Curated by Megan Goldie with works by Mhairi Cormack, Elizabeth Ann Day, Rachel McCreadie, FK McLoone and Steven Sheath. Continue reading “swing it shake it move it make it (who do u think u r?)”→