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Home Where Home Is Not
00:00 on 30 November -0001
Glasgow Women's Library
Home Where Home Is Not, Monday 24th June to Saturday 3rd August, GWL, visit during GWL opening hours
Home Where Home Is Not is an ambitious exhibition by Glasgow-based artists Sogol Mabadi and Birthe Jorgensen reimagining fixed notions of home, and what it means to be of more than one place.
After research and group work with women connected to Platform and Glasgow Women’s Library, this exhibition of new works includes installations, wood-carved sculptures and sound works, and will stretch across both sites in Glasgow’s East End.
This exhibition is in partnership with Platform and the artist’s are working across both GWL and Platform so please do take the time to visit both sites. Visit the exhibition at Platform, Easterhouse, between Friday 28th June and Saturday 3rd August.
On Thursday 18th July, artists Sogol Mabadi and Birthe Jorgensen will be in conversation with Amanda Thomson as part of the Home Where Home Is Not project. Find out more here.
On Sunday 21st July, you can explore both venues of this exhibition with a special Performative tour with Julia Lee Barclay-Morton. Find out more information on the Platform website.
There will be transcripts of all audio content in this exhibition available.
Glasgow Women’s Library is wheelchair accessible, with lifts to the first floor and the Mezzanine Floor. We have accessible toilets and all the bathrooms are individual closed stalls and are gender neutral. Our larger Events Space is fitted with an induction loop. A portable induction loop is also available. For paid events free companion tickets are available.
This project is supported by Creative Scotland, Henry Moore Foundation and Hope Scott Trust