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Laura Aldridge in conversation with Linsey Young

18:00 on 25 June 2019
Scottish Contemporary Art Network

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Laura Aldridge, in conversation with Linsey Young

Tuesday June 25

18.00-19.30

Scottish Contemporary Art Network

5th Floor Trongate 103

Glasgow

G1 5HD

SCAN is delighted to announce that under Sculpture Placement Group’s sculpture adoption scheme we are lucky guardians of Laura Aldridge’s sculpture There’s no such thing as textural lack (IV) 2016.

Please join SCAN for an evening to celebrate, hear Laura Aldridge in conversation with curator Linsey Young, and a chance to learn about our Art in Action advocacy campaign. Drinks will be served.

This event is free but ticketed

About Sculpture Adoption Scheme

Sculpture Placement Group have worked with artists to identify sculptural works in long-term storage with no current future that they are happy to offer for adoption by communities and organisations.

Sculpture Adoption Scheme brings sculptural joy into people’s daily lives and tests a new model for circulating artworks, increasing access to art ownership and alleviating artists of the pressures of storage and space.

Laura Aldridge

Laura Aldridge (born Frimley, 1978) lives and works in Glasgow. She studied Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art and graduated from Glasgow School of Art’s Master of Fine Art programme in 2006. Recent solo exhibitions include Passerelle Centre d’Arte Contemporain, Brest, and Tramway, Glasgow (both 2015). In 2016 she presented a solo project ‘Go Woman Go! with the British Council as part of its Nigeria season. The sculpture was inspired by the work of the women ceramicists in Giri, Abuja where Laura worked at the Nike Centre for Art and Culture.

Linsey Young

Linsey Young is Curator Contemporary British Art at Tate. She is curator of Charlotte Prodger’s exhibition SAFo5 for Scotland+Venice 2019. She previously held curatorial positions at Inverleith House, Edinburgh, The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh and the British Council.

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