- Stay on your own for slightly longer
- Victoria Morton
- Viper - incorporating Bank TV
- Map of the Sewer
- Sick Building
- Mere Jelly
- Jackie Derrida - 24 hr TV
- Rocket Event
- Karen Kilimnik - Me and the Boys
- Art for People*
- Espais De Desig - La Capella at Transmission
- A Grapefruit in the World of Park
- With Love, Filthy Swan
- 21 Days of Darkness
- Call of the Wild
05 October - 05 January 1997
Transmission participate in an exhibition concerning artist-run spaces in Britain at the Musée d' Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. The artists showing were Richard Wright, Martin Boyce, Susan Tompkins, Heather Allen and Roderick Buchanan. The Show toured to Lisbon in January 1997.
05 October - 05 January 1997
Transmission participate in an exhibition concerning artist-run spaces in Britain at the Musée d' Art Modern de la Ville de Paris. The artists showing were Richard Wrtight, Martin Boyce, Susan Tompkins, Heather Allen and Roderick Buchanan. The show toured to Lisbon in January 1997.
19 November - 14 December 1996
Maura Biava (Italy), Yasue Ichige (Japan), David Noonan (Australia), Alistair MacKinven (Canada), Dierdre McCloskey (Ireland), Katie McKee (Scotland) and Mark Waller (England).
"Most of our knowledge is predominantly verbal whether it is literary or scientific. For example, education can be seen to fail as it can produce students who are completely unaware of the world as a primary face of experience." (press release)
+ in the basement: 'Klick', an exhibition of giant photo posters, enlarged from the archives of thirteen artists. Curated by Kate Daw, and including work by Karen Bauld, John Beagles, Martin Boyce, Paul Carter, Kate Daw, Kate Gray, Deborah Holland, Billy McCall, Janice McNab, David Noonan, Graham Ramsay, Abigail Simmonds and Clara Ursitti.
Stay on your own for slightly longer
13 October - 09 November 1996
One of four exhibitions of Sweedish artists curated by Maria Lind as part of a project calle 'I am Curious'. Artists who exhibited at Transmission were Lotta Antonssonn, Henrik Håkansson, Annika von Hausswolff and Anders Widoff.
+ Turner Prize Discussion: Transmission took part in the events surrounding the Turner Prize by showing documentary videos and hosting a panel discussion.
10 September - 05 October 1996
Solo show of paintings.
Viper - incorporating Bank TV
24 September - 05 October 1996
London artists Bank present 'an ever changing programme of video produced in London and Manchester and brought direct to you every day in the Transmission basement'.
Map of the Sewer
05 September - 30 September 1996
New works by David Shrigley.
01 July - 31 July 1996
Transmission participated in this show in Copenhagen, part of a project called 'Compartments'. Darren Marshall, Graham Ramsay, Heather Allen, Iain Kettles, Simon Starling, Jim Lambie and the Transmission Committee exhibited (amongst others).
09 July - 27 July 1996
Second half of an exchange project between Nottingham and Glasgow which included Clair Chinnery, Stephen Craighill, Anthony Hall, Jez Noond, Irene Rogan and Denise Weston.
Jackie Derrida - 24 hr TV
06 July - 21 July 1996
Performance and video event held in the basement space with Jackie Derrids (aka Graham Bell)
21 July - 21 July 1996
Rocket Launch event in Pollok Park with Michael Mulvihill.
Karen Kilimnik - Me and the Boys
04 June - 29 June 1996
New York Kilimnik made her own little disco in this installation dedicated to the Beatles.
Art for People*
14 May - 25 May 1996
The first open submission show of gallery members.
+ in the basement: Films by Michel Auder: My last Bag of Heroin (for real), The Valerie Solanas Incident, Chelsea Girls with Andy Warhol (1971-1976).
+ 'Frack' - project by Australian artist Peter Friedl involving garment exchanges in various gallery spaces around Europe.
Espais De Desig - La Capella at Transmission
16 April - 04 May 1996
Anna Estany, Carles Congost, Ester Partegas, Javier Penafiel from La Capella in Barcelona exhibit as the second leg of a gallery exchange. Curated by Manel Clot.
+ in the basement: Graham Fagen sound installation in collaboration with Dennis Hopper and Sydney Devine
A Grapefruit in the World of Park
19 March - 06 April 1996
Works by Judith Dean, Tracey Emin, Yoko Ono and Mary Heilmann. Curated for Transmission by Cathy Wilkes.
+ in the basement: 'Untitled 1995' - an installation using high-frequency ultra-violet neon and low temperature refrigeration units by Steve Hollingsworth.
With Love, Filthy Swan
05 March - 13 March 1996
Transmission hosts the artists' group Filthy Swan: Iain Dickinson, Robert Johnston, Gary Rough, Scott Waugh, Douglas Payne and Toby Paterson - recent graduates from Glasgow School of Art.
+ in the basement: 'The Tower' - construction by Joanne Tatham.
21 Days of Darkness
27 January - 24 February 1996
Vito Acconci, Lee Miller, Art Club 2000, Glenn Brown, Simon Periton, Fanni Niemi-Junkola, Gregory Green, Jason Fox, Pierre Molinier, Susan Harper, Andrew McWhinney, Adam Chodzko, The Royal Observatory prints, Neil Miller, Mabel Palacin, Weegee, Christine Borland, Søren Martinsen, Douglas Gordon.
Call of the Wild
12 December - 20 January 1996
Justin Carter, Caroline Kirsop, Liza May Post, Sarah Tripp, David Zerah and Tobjorn Rodland investigate contemporary attitudes to Nature.