We are thrilled to present to you, Siobhan Healy's Exhibition 'Biodiversity', featuring alongside will be Alasdair Gray with his print 'The Omnium Gatherum'.
You are cordially invited to the Preview happening on Friday the 13th of March// 18.30 - 20:30.
Sponsored by the fantastic Merchant City Brewing Co. in Glasgow!
Exhibition// 13th of April - 10th of May 2018
'Gray and Healy have known each other for most of Healy’s life. They collaborated on a stained glass window for
Clackmannanshire Council in 2009, (which has mysteriously
Gray & Healy have never exhibited their artwork together in an exhibition, before now. Through Healy’s connection with the Butterfly Conservation, they visited the developing
wildflower meadow in Pollock Park, Glasgow in 2017.
Following a day planting seeds and plants for the planned urban meadow in Pollock Park, it led to discussions
regarding the developing wildflower meadow to encourage
biodiversity and to also highlight the work being done at Pollock Park and in other urban environments.
The Biodiversity project will develop over the forthcoming months with exhibitions, talks and outreach projects to create a platform for discussion surrounding Biodiversity in the urban environment.'
“The intention of the Biodiversity project is to research and highlight biodiversity projects by shining a light on various projects and
being inspired by them. I am developing new work based on this research during an artist residency at Edinburgh College of Art/
Edinburgh University” - Siobhan Healy
“The Omnium Gatherum print represents two opposed human
attitudes, the selfish, greedy and imperial: the loving,
co-operative and socialist. Every viewer will choose which they prefer. I am sure biodiversity depends on the second.” - Alasdair Gray
We are thrilled to announce that our opening event is sponsored by locals Merchant City Brewing Co. Be sure to come down early to be in with a chance of grabbing one of their beers before they're all gone!
Exhibition opening times:
Monday - Friday
8.30am - 5.30pm
We are within The Pentagon Centre on Washington Street. This is just a short walk from Glasgow Central Station, just off Argyle Street. At the entrance please ring 100 to be let into the building by Reception.
The exhibition covers the ground floor of the Pentagon Centre and is open plan to two adjoining rooms where more exhibits will be hung and presented. The Exhibition is open to all members of the public.
For further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 0141 221 2704, or visit https://sixfootgallery.wordpress.com/