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Wardrobe: An exhibition by Kate Clayton
1 September 2020 until 1 October 2020
Kate Clayton is a performance artist based in Glasgow. Within her practice she works collaboratively, collectively and individually. Clayton’s main focus is on the visibility of older women, claiming agency for the over-60s, Other themes include intergenerational friendship and the collaborative process. Her work often involves artistic personas performed in different contexts and environments: public spaces, such as buses and cemeteries, galleries, domestically, in cabaret and within the landscape.
The exhibition at Nomas* is an opportunity to present the costumes that have been an integral part of Clayton’s solo work for the last four years: Silver Swimmer, Art Scrubber, Bus Pass and Pearl Compost.
An artists’ talk scheduled for September 27 will be a chance to talk about the inception and development of this work. In particular the artist will be introducing my current earth-based collaboration with artist Sophie Seita. In times of covid, ‘Pearl and Theory Make Compost’. Book your place at the talk here