Thursday 27 – Sunday 30 July 2017
CCA Glasgow and venues across the city
Edge Effects is a programme of workshops, talks, film and performance that explores the complex co-dependencies between ecological, social, economic and political phenomena. For this programme SSW brings together the processes developed by artists through the Frontiers in Retreat project with a wider group of artist’s practice to ask:
What multiple forms of knowledge, discourse, and models of action would construct a viable future for humans and other forms of life?
What kinds of boundaries should be dismantled, so that change in the direction of an ecologically sustainable future could be possible?
At the Arlington Baths Club artists Mari Keski-Korsu and Maaria Alén will offer one to one sauna whisking treatments in Beat To The Balance. From the Pearce Institute and following the flow of the Clyde, sonic artist Ximena Alarcon will guide a two-day intensive Deep Listening workshop that seeks out possibilities for a post fossil fuel Scotland.
Evening performances will include new work by Áine O’Dwyer, presented in collaboration with Counterflows, and Charismatic Megafauna will be appearing in Scotland for the first time. At CCA, there will be newly-commissioned film work by artists Carl Giffney, Nabb + Teeri and Mirko Nikolić, and the Edge Effects library will host talks and workshops around empathy and activism, movement and social colonial narratives, Deep Mapping and interspecies communication. Newly commissioned publications by Simon Yuill, Nuno Sacramento and The Centre for Alterity Studies will also be launched.
As part of the programme CCS will host a Glasgow Green Tease talk and discussion which invites three important voices in the Frontiers In Retreat project to provide reflections on the five year project.
For the full programme and to book visit: SSW Edge Effects
Edge Effects is the Frontiers In Retreats exhibition series taking place across seven European countries between June – December 2017 and in Seoul in 2018.
Scottish Sculpture Workshop presents Edge Effects as part of Intentions in Action – Public Engagement programme at the CCA Glasgow, and in collaboration with Counterflows, Creative Carbon Scotland and Project Cafe.
Image credit: Joanes Simon-Perret Miroir, design by NODE Berlin.
A project initiated by Edinburgh’s Festivals with key partners the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Scottish Contemporary Art Network
© Creative Carbon Scotland 2017. CCS is a Scottish Charitable
Organisation number: SC042687
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