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Mar
22
Fri
…from the 3rd floor
Mar 22 all-day
...from the 3rd floor

Project Ability is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by six women artists working in the Project Ability studios, here on Trongate 103’s 3rd floor.

‘…from the 3rd floor’ coincides with International Woman’s day and we have invited six women, two artists from each of our three programmes, to exhibit recent work. The mix of styles and mediums between the artists is vast, as is the subject matter. Their various paintings, ceramics, still lives, animal portraits and abstracts are sure to light up the foyer for the month of March.

Please join us for a reception on the evening of March 7th, from 6 – 8pm.

Exhibiting artists: Judith Abubakar, Doreen Kay, Erin Keogh, Sian Mather, Amna Sharif & Carole Lee

Earth Echo Affective Reflection
Mar 22 all-day

E x h i b i t i o n : 8 M a r c h – 2 7 A p r i l

R e c e p t i o n : 7 M a r c h , 6 – 8 p m

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“We speak when we are awake and we speak in our dreams . We are always speaking even when we do not utter a single word aloud …. we encounter language everywhere”. Heidegger. M (1975)

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Project Ability is pleased to present an intriguing body of new collage work by Glasgow based artist Pum. Earth Echo Affective Reflection is a solo exhibition accompanied by a sound piece composed and created by Pum and Gordon Kennedy.

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“The Earth Echo collaged imagery meditates upon a 21st century worldview and questions its perspectives. In particular our unquestioning use of new digital media. Technologies which operate in unseen dimensions and translate visceral communications into digits and electrical current. The invisible ellipsis which fragments the sentient sense. The ever prevalent language of science and its insistence on measuring and comparing areas of existence that are immeasurable.

Pum’s collage language is a metalanguage. It is a language about languages. It mixes modalities. It speaks by showing its silent conspiracy with a matrix of visual narratives. It collapses perspectives and disturbs vision just enough to catch the reflections in the act of Seeing.” Pum

*Heidegger.M (1975)( 1959) “Language”(lecture given in October 7th 1950)

In Hofstadter. A (Trans) Poetry, Language, Thought . New York: Harper & Row Publishers (pp189 -210)

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A special thanks to Wild Island Botanic Gin, Isle of Colonsay, for their generous donation of their Sacred Tree gin for the reception.

Our 2019 exhibition programme is in part sponsored by Mitchells Roberton and Culture & Business Fund Scotland

Mar
23
Sat
…from the 3rd floor
Mar 23 all-day
...from the 3rd floor

Project Ability is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by six women artists working in the Project Ability studios, here on Trongate 103’s 3rd floor.

‘…from the 3rd floor’ coincides with International Woman’s day and we have invited six women, two artists from each of our three programmes, to exhibit recent work. The mix of styles and mediums between the artists is vast, as is the subject matter. Their various paintings, ceramics, still lives, animal portraits and abstracts are sure to light up the foyer for the month of March.

Please join us for a reception on the evening of March 7th, from 6 – 8pm.

Exhibiting artists: Judith Abubakar, Doreen Kay, Erin Keogh, Sian Mather, Amna Sharif & Carole Lee

Earth Echo Affective Reflection
Mar 23 all-day

E x h i b i t i o n : 8 M a r c h – 2 7 A p r i l

R e c e p t i o n : 7 M a r c h , 6 – 8 p m

. . . . . . . . . . .

“We speak when we are awake and we speak in our dreams . We are always speaking even when we do not utter a single word aloud …. we encounter language everywhere”. Heidegger. M (1975)

. . . . . . . . . . .

Project Ability is pleased to present an intriguing body of new collage work by Glasgow based artist Pum. Earth Echo Affective Reflection is a solo exhibition accompanied by a sound piece composed and created by Pum and Gordon Kennedy.

. . . . . . . . . . .

“The Earth Echo collaged imagery meditates upon a 21st century worldview and questions its perspectives. In particular our unquestioning use of new digital media. Technologies which operate in unseen dimensions and translate visceral communications into digits and electrical current. The invisible ellipsis which fragments the sentient sense. The ever prevalent language of science and its insistence on measuring and comparing areas of existence that are immeasurable.

Pum’s collage language is a metalanguage. It is a language about languages. It mixes modalities. It speaks by showing its silent conspiracy with a matrix of visual narratives. It collapses perspectives and disturbs vision just enough to catch the reflections in the act of Seeing.” Pum

*Heidegger.M (1975)( 1959) “Language”(lecture given in October 7th 1950)

In Hofstadter. A (Trans) Poetry, Language, Thought . New York: Harper & Row Publishers (pp189 -210)

. . . . . . . . . . .

A special thanks to Wild Island Botanic Gin, Isle of Colonsay, for their generous donation of their Sacred Tree gin for the reception.

Our 2019 exhibition programme is in part sponsored by Mitchells Roberton and Culture & Business Fund Scotland

Mar
24
Sun
…from the 3rd floor
Mar 24 all-day
...from the 3rd floor

Project Ability is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by six women artists working in the Project Ability studios, here on Trongate 103’s 3rd floor.

‘…from the 3rd floor’ coincides with International Woman’s day and we have invited six women, two artists from each of our three programmes, to exhibit recent work. The mix of styles and mediums between the artists is vast, as is the subject matter. Their various paintings, ceramics, still lives, animal portraits and abstracts are sure to light up the foyer for the month of March.

Please join us for a reception on the evening of March 7th, from 6 – 8pm.

Exhibiting artists: Judith Abubakar, Doreen Kay, Erin Keogh, Sian Mather, Amna Sharif & Carole Lee

Mar
25
Mon
…from the 3rd floor
Mar 25 all-day
...from the 3rd floor

Project Ability is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by six women artists working in the Project Ability studios, here on Trongate 103’s 3rd floor.

‘…from the 3rd floor’ coincides with International Woman’s day and we have invited six women, two artists from each of our three programmes, to exhibit recent work. The mix of styles and mediums between the artists is vast, as is the subject matter. Their various paintings, ceramics, still lives, animal portraits and abstracts are sure to light up the foyer for the month of March.

Please join us for a reception on the evening of March 7th, from 6 – 8pm.

Exhibiting artists: Judith Abubakar, Doreen Kay, Erin Keogh, Sian Mather, Amna Sharif & Carole Lee

Mar
26
Tue
…from the 3rd floor
Mar 26 all-day
...from the 3rd floor

Project Ability is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by six women artists working in the Project Ability studios, here on Trongate 103’s 3rd floor.

‘…from the 3rd floor’ coincides with International Woman’s day and we have invited six women, two artists from each of our three programmes, to exhibit recent work. The mix of styles and mediums between the artists is vast, as is the subject matter. Their various paintings, ceramics, still lives, animal portraits and abstracts are sure to light up the foyer for the month of March.

Please join us for a reception on the evening of March 7th, from 6 – 8pm.

Exhibiting artists: Judith Abubakar, Doreen Kay, Erin Keogh, Sian Mather, Amna Sharif & Carole Lee

Earth Echo Affective Reflection
Mar 26 all-day

E x h i b i t i o n : 8 M a r c h – 2 7 A p r i l

R e c e p t i o n : 7 M a r c h , 6 – 8 p m

. . . . . . . . . . .

“We speak when we are awake and we speak in our dreams . We are always speaking even when we do not utter a single word aloud …. we encounter language everywhere”. Heidegger. M (1975)

. . . . . . . . . . .

Project Ability is pleased to present an intriguing body of new collage work by Glasgow based artist Pum. Earth Echo Affective Reflection is a solo exhibition accompanied by a sound piece composed and created by Pum and Gordon Kennedy.

. . . . . . . . . . .

“The Earth Echo collaged imagery meditates upon a 21st century worldview and questions its perspectives. In particular our unquestioning use of new digital media. Technologies which operate in unseen dimensions and translate visceral communications into digits and electrical current. The invisible ellipsis which fragments the sentient sense. The ever prevalent language of science and its insistence on measuring and comparing areas of existence that are immeasurable.

Pum’s collage language is a metalanguage. It is a language about languages. It mixes modalities. It speaks by showing its silent conspiracy with a matrix of visual narratives. It collapses perspectives and disturbs vision just enough to catch the reflections in the act of Seeing.” Pum

*Heidegger.M (1975)( 1959) “Language”(lecture given in October 7th 1950)

In Hofstadter. A (Trans) Poetry, Language, Thought . New York: Harper & Row Publishers (pp189 -210)

. . . . . . . . . . .

A special thanks to Wild Island Botanic Gin, Isle of Colonsay, for their generous donation of their Sacred Tree gin for the reception.

Our 2019 exhibition programme is in part sponsored by Mitchells Roberton and Culture & Business Fund Scotland

Mar
27
Wed
…from the 3rd floor
Mar 27 all-day
...from the 3rd floor

Project Ability is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by six women artists working in the Project Ability studios, here on Trongate 103’s 3rd floor.

‘…from the 3rd floor’ coincides with International Woman’s day and we have invited six women, two artists from each of our three programmes, to exhibit recent work. The mix of styles and mediums between the artists is vast, as is the subject matter. Their various paintings, ceramics, still lives, animal portraits and abstracts are sure to light up the foyer for the month of March.

Please join us for a reception on the evening of March 7th, from 6 – 8pm.

Exhibiting artists: Judith Abubakar, Doreen Kay, Erin Keogh, Sian Mather, Amna Sharif & Carole Lee

Earth Echo Affective Reflection
Mar 27 all-day

E x h i b i t i o n : 8 M a r c h – 2 7 A p r i l

R e c e p t i o n : 7 M a r c h , 6 – 8 p m

. . . . . . . . . . .

“We speak when we are awake and we speak in our dreams . We are always speaking even when we do not utter a single word aloud …. we encounter language everywhere”. Heidegger. M (1975)

. . . . . . . . . . .

Project Ability is pleased to present an intriguing body of new collage work by Glasgow based artist Pum. Earth Echo Affective Reflection is a solo exhibition accompanied by a sound piece composed and created by Pum and Gordon Kennedy.

. . . . . . . . . . .

“The Earth Echo collaged imagery meditates upon a 21st century worldview and questions its perspectives. In particular our unquestioning use of new digital media. Technologies which operate in unseen dimensions and translate visceral communications into digits and electrical current. The invisible ellipsis which fragments the sentient sense. The ever prevalent language of science and its insistence on measuring and comparing areas of existence that are immeasurable.

Pum’s collage language is a metalanguage. It is a language about languages. It mixes modalities. It speaks by showing its silent conspiracy with a matrix of visual narratives. It collapses perspectives and disturbs vision just enough to catch the reflections in the act of Seeing.” Pum

*Heidegger.M (1975)( 1959) “Language”(lecture given in October 7th 1950)

In Hofstadter. A (Trans) Poetry, Language, Thought . New York: Harper & Row Publishers (pp189 -210)

. . . . . . . . . . .

A special thanks to Wild Island Botanic Gin, Isle of Colonsay, for their generous donation of their Sacred Tree gin for the reception.

Our 2019 exhibition programme is in part sponsored by Mitchells Roberton and Culture & Business Fund Scotland

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