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Steven Claydon: The Common Guild
22 April 2017 until 9 July 2017
The Common Guild
For his exhibition at The Common Guild, Claydon presents a group of new works spanning sculpture, installation and sound, in which he addresses the ideas of jeopardy and pressure. Claydon’s work often draws a parallel between physical pressures – such as those experienced at great depth, altitude, or in a vacuum – and the subtler kinds of pressures that are imposed on objects in terms of how they are used, viewed, presented or aestheticised within any given social or institutional context.
In parallel with Claydon’s exhibition in Glasgow, The Common Guild is co-operating with Mount Stuart Trust (Bute) as part of its contemporary visual arts programme.