Katrina Cobain /Grace Higgins Brown / Kate Frances Lingard / Esther Gamsu / Aphra Pilkington / Megan Rudden / Chema /
'Everything Must Go' is a project by Glasgow based artists and curators Georgia Thornton Sparkes and Grace Higgins Brown which intends to temporarily occupy shop fronts/windows with contemporary exhibitions involving local, early career artists. A direct response to present circumstances, it intends to maintain exposure and create a visible community within neighbourhoods, navigating what art production and exhibiting means right now. 'Everything Must Go' is a Covid proof way to engage with art and will be exhibited in the windows of 6 of our 7 venues on the 'Venue Trail'.
Kate Frances Lingard
I like to focus on accessibility and care in digital space through research into the possibilities and complexities of decentralised technologies as shared infrastructure. Currently, I am working with Virtual Care Lab and other online communities to share ideas about the potential of collective organising in digital space.
On a rattlesnake speedway in the Utah desert I pick up my money and head back into town Driving cross the Waynesboro county line I got the radio on and I'm just killing time Working all day in my daddy's garage Driving all night, chasing some mirage Pretty soon little girl I'm gonna take charge
VENUE: Rowlands Pharmacy
Grace Higgins Brown
Grace (she/her) is an artist, writer and “artist-as-curator” based in Glasgow working across video /performance /installation/text. Currently her work centres around tensions of repulsion/ attraction and the public/ private in relation to the body. She also runs Everything Must Go, a collaborative curatorial platform with fellow "artist-as-curator" Georgia Thornton Sparkes.
VENUE: The Ice Box
Katrina Cobain is an artist, writer and customer service expert. Her practice centres around themes of employment, absurdity and questionable characters. Working across mediums including; performance, sculpture, video and writing, Cobain pokes fun at familiar routines and accepted everyday occurrences.
VENUE: Glad Rags Thrift
Chema is the photographer for Everything Must Go and also exhibiting in Fringe HQ. A queer, non-binary, artist working primarily within photography. exploring traces of humanity in the built environment. dabbles in painting.
VENUE: Fringe HQ
Megan Rudden (she/her) is an artist and writer currently based in Glasgow working across performance, object making, text based work and drawing. Through this interdisciplinary practice, her work attempts to create non-linear, transhistorical narratives which consider the body as central to understanding language and our environment.
VENUE: Fringe HQ
Aphra is an artist and experimental filmmaker living in Glasgow. Crossing between presentations in video, audio, performance and writing and taking their roots in folklore; works pose questions regarding artificiality, within performance itself and also in what is designated as human, natural or real - and what is not. Aphra’s recent film ‘Kelpie’ (2020) embodies a queer hybridity in the performance of a chimera, from which ideas of tension, stagnation and the supernatural are further explored in current projects.
VENUE: Finn's Place