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WEBSITE REDEVELOPMENT

02 March - 31 July 2015

Struan Barr is currently in residence at Transmission in order to work on the design of our new website. Struan seeks advice and input from Transmission members as he works on the project. Please email him at this address with your thoughts or to set up a meeting: struanbarr@gmail.com

VH-16-22-7-12-3-22-5

31 March - 25 April 2015

Dreams of Machines

Victor and Hester

Staying In

02 April - 02 April 2015

screening for Victor and Hester's, Dreams of Machines


“...not remembering who they were or why they were doing it”
Alia Syed



Staying In
A screening of films presented by Victor & Hester at Transmission, Glasgow. 
Recital, Stephanie Beroes (1978, USA, 20 mins, 16mm) 
Chameleon, Tanya Mahboob Syed (1990, UK, 4 mins, 16mm)  
Unfolding, Alia Syed (1988, UK, 20 mins, 16mm)

Supported by LUX Scotland, distributed by LUX and Cinenova

Thursday 2 April 2015
7pm – 9pm
 
Staying In,


…we were interested in ways of contextualising these films with some current thoughts around letter writing, and other forms of correspondence, conversation and chatter. In Chameleon the textures, the closeness and mirroring made us feel disorientated, and we were looking to somehow reorientate ourselves through language, or what might ride the edge of it. We saw the space of the letter in Recital as potentially launching us into an imagined space too. These are initial thoughts... and saw connections here with what you said regarding the conversation between the two women sharing their works. The contrast set up in Chameleon between the interiorities (or tactile languages?) of the woman alone in her home, and the street scene at the end (with the more oblique chatter) was interesting to think about in terms of different forms (and their moments) of communication. Going out, being outside, outsideness. In Unfolding, inside the Laundromat, inside the machine, or inside the storyteller’s constructions, there is something pressing from either side. Outside spaces and repressed surplus energies – we were wanting to think through their positions regarding the need for space, the need to bring into being a language that could stretch out and accommodate something else…
 
This event is part of the exhibition VH-16-22-7-12-3-22-5 Dreams of Machines, Victor & Hester at Transmission, Glasgow (31 March - 25 April 2015)
www.dreamsofmachines.co.uk

Pil and Galia Kollectiv breakfast artist talk

07 March - 07 March 2015 12 noon

Transmission are delighted to announce an artist talk by Pil and Galia Kollectiv this Saturday (breakfast provided, all welcome).

Pil and Galia Kollectiv are London based artists, writers and curators working in collaboration. Their work explores the legacy of the avant-garde in the changing context of creative work and instrumentalised leisure. They are also the directors of artist run project space xero, kline & coma in London.

Pil and Galia Kollectiv have a band called WE, an interrogation of the construction of individuality and collectivity in popular music, who will be playing on Thursday night (06/03/2015) in the Old Hairdressers, along side Hausfrau and Alfred Bellman.

Life Like

27 January - 20 February 2015 Tues - Sat | 11am-5pm

Dora Economou, Sean Edwards, Lauren Hall, Jamie Kane, G. Kung, and Sally Webber

Dora Economou, Sean Edwards, Lauren Hall, Jamie Kane, G. Kung, and Sally Webber