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September 2017

Red Naomi by Radek Brousil

September 8 - October 29
16 Nicholson Street,
16 Nicholson Street
Glasgow, G5 9ER United Kingdom
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Radek Brousil Glasgow Flower

Taking it’s title from Red Naomi, one of the most popular roses exported from Kenya to Europe, and celebrated for its “high petal count, improved longevity and resistance to transport”, Radek Brousil’s project deals with the symbolism and impact of our fondness for flowers. It circulates freely around Glasgow botanical gardens glass house and its marble sculpture of a ‘Nubian Slave’, touching on the Czech textile company VEBA and its textile designs for the African market, Naomi Campbell and the…

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Markéta Othová and Aleksandra Vajd

September 9 - November 5
Street Level Photoworks,
103 Trongate
Glasgow, G1 5HD United Kingdom
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The two critically acclaimed artists explore the medium of photography in very different but equally striking ways. Markéta’s large scale minimalist black and white images and Aleksandra’s experiments with photographic paper and colour complement each other in their first ever joint exhibition. Part of Czech Season in Scotland 2017 in colaboration with Street Level Photoworks

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October 2017

The Macula: Hidden Towers

October 28 | 6:30 pm - 9:10 pm
Glasgow Science Centre Planetarium,
50 Pacific Quay
Glasgow, G51 1EA United Kingdom
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Inspired by the writing of William Gibson, ‘the father of cyberpunk’, whose dystopian novels of the 1980s and 1990s (including Neuromancer and All Tomorrow’s Parties) now seem like documents that have both predicted and informed our present day, Czech studio The Macula presents an audiovisual journey through cyberspace. An ominous drone grows as the viewer is sent on a twisting, turning 360° trip through kaleidoscopic virtual space, where just as patterns seem to become identifiable, they shift and warp once…

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