Monday 30th to Sunday 5th – Gillian Jane Lees and Adam York Gregory in Residency
Gillian is a performance and choreographic practitioner and Adam is a visual and conceptual artist. Over the last four years they have conducted a series of experients as performance.
They have looked at failure, tension, endurance and risk.
This August, they are setting up a temporary laboratory space in the Pipe Factory. This will be a space to set up a series of pilot experiements — low key, small scale investigations — and search for new methods and areas of research.
If you are interested in what they are doing feel free to get in touch at email@example.com
Friday 3rd to Sunday 19th – Jamie Kane, Grafting
Preview 3rd August 7-9pm
Grafting was selected as part of CCA:Glasgow’s Intermedia Programme and is hosted by The Pipe Factory. Jamie will present an audio work produced with Adam Campbell, a large-scale digitally printed mural and a set of sculptures. The exhibition is influenced by the horticultural technique of Grafting as a mean to explore our intimately entangled relationship to environment.
Femme In Public
Thursday 16th, Doors Open 6:45pm / Show 7-9pm – Alok Vaid-Menon, Femme In Public
Support by Travis Alabanza
Tickets are Available here: https://m.bpt.me/event/3559651
What feminine part of yourself did you have to destroy in order to survive in this world? At what point does femininity become synonymous with apology? Who hurt the people who hurt you? Alok is trying to figure it out. Join for an evening of comedy, poetry, and performance.
ALOK is a gender non-conforming writer and performance artist. Their eclectic style and poetic challenge to the gender binary have been internationally renowned. Alok was recently the youngest recipient of the prestigious Live Works Performance Act Award granted to ten performance artists across the world. In 2017 they released their inaugural poetry chapbook FEMME IN PUBLIC.
Travis Alabanza is a performer, writer and theatre maker. In the last two years they have been noted by numerous publications, such as ARTSY, ID AND MOBO _AWARDS, as one of the most prominent emerging queer artistic voices, and also listed in OUT as an influential queer figure. In 2016/17 they became an artist in residence at the Tate workshop programme, starred in Scottee’s theatre production ‘putting words in your mouth’ and the Royal Exchange show Jubilee, performed in venues such as V&A, Tate, ICA, the Roundhouse and Barbican – and had their work featured in the guardian, BBC, Huck magazine and more. Known for increasingly paving much of the UK conversation around trans politics, Alabanza has became a staple part of the London queer scene and further afield. Their debut poetry book ‘Before I step Outside (you love me)’ has been shipped to over 19 countries world wide and listed as one of the top trans literary books of 2017.