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Until Fri 30th Nov
@ SWG3, Glasgow
Featuring: Travess Smalley & Laura Albridge
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Folklore Contemporain: Travess Smalley & Laura Albridge
For a significant number of years now, contemporary artists have been inspired by legends, popular beliefs, customs, traditions of different cultures; the way to appropriate them and create new myths and new craft.
Folklore Contemporain will be an investigation into the folkloric heritages and the new folklores of the 2010’s, through the practices of Laura Aldridge, based in Glasgow and Travess Smalley, living in New York.
This show will address the works of those young artists crafting the artefacts of our age with ‘dated techniques’ but contemporary references or contemporary techniques and references from the past.
The whole exhibition process will be a discussion between the curators and the artists and between the artists themselves. Laura Aldridge and Travess Smalley will produce new works responding to each other. Conveying ceramics, hand dyed fabric, computer paintings, macrames, GIF, floral art; Folklore Contemporain doesn’t aim to list all the contemporary practices in a scientific or historic way, but to focus on how artists can put ancestral “savoir faire” back into fashion.
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100 Eastvale Place
G3 8QG 55.863712, -4.298180
Enquiries: 01413 577 246
→ Partick 12 min walk
→ Exhibition Centre Glasgow 13 min walk