Masses and Classes and Apparatus of Capture Lauren Printy Currie 15 March - 25 April 2019
“Becoming intense, becoming natal, becoming animal, becoming molecular, becoming five aspects of sorcery, becoming multiplicity at 7pm, becoming 232 Tell Us What Broods There - a double becoming, point and line, memory and thread Becoming Block Anticipate and ward off the meaning of the word 'last' Exchange and stock for capture landownership, fiscal organisation, public works, profit The Smooth and Stuck Textile Model 474
'Masses and Classes and Apparatus of Capture' is a new sculptural work by Lauren Printy Currie which brings together the artist's research into the textile industry's role in the chronicling of historical events interweaved with personal narratives and moments of experience; a texture of different stories and elements.” - Lauren Printy-Currie
Preview 14th of March 5-8pm Exhibition 15th March - 25th April (Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays 1pm-6pm daily) Weds 10th April Word/Mouth Curatorial Conversation meet 6.15 at Civic Room RSVP to email@example.com
Masses and Classes and Apparatus of Capture is the first exhibition featured in Of Lovely Tyrants and Invisible Women, a one year programme curated by Civic Room, Glasgow from February 2019 until February 2020. Of Lovely Tyrants and Invisible Women investigates themes of spatial politics, gender and racial hierarchies within imperial architecture.
'Of Lovely Tyrants and Invisible Women' is co-curated by Civic Room Director, Sarah Strang and Civic Room Associate Curator, Alasdair Campbell and is generously funded by Creative Scotland with additional project funding provided by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Civic Room receives support in-kind from Oran Mor, Carson & Partners and Civic Room Advisory.
Image: Lauren Printy Currie, Rhubaba, Courtesy of the Artist 2018, Thomas Flanagan.