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28 May 2016 until 16 June 2016
VAU Corridor, Floor 2, Crownpoint Studios, 146 Crownpoint Road, G40 2AE
A solo exhibition of recent works by Glasgow-based artist James Gow.
Gow’s practice reflects his particular interest in people, place and the stories, memories and hidden histories that reside in both. He is an observer, an explorer, a collector of experiences. Gow’s explorations allow him to discover unexpected places and possibilities – he peels away the layers that make up a place, a community and its people and reveal these findings through his artworks.
In Gow’s current work, the quotidian elements of the everyday take on particular and peculiar significance and the audience is invited to look closer in order to discover the beauty that resides in the commonplace.