Glasgow School of Art in Dunoon


Survival II, raku-fired ceramic stones, black sand
The original work had been created for the Degree Show and was installed in the east wing of the Mackintosh building. It was one of the artworks that survived the fire in 2014 and was unscathed.

Part Seen, Imagined Part: GSA in Dunoon 2014
Curated by: Theresa Moerman Ib and Colm Docherty

“The third annual exhibition of selected work from The Glasgow School of Art’s Degree Show, to be shown in the Burgh Hall, Dunoon. The exhibition will include both Fine Art and Design, and aims to bring the work to an audience who might not normally encounter it. This year’s show is a conscious effort to provide a visual space for reflection on the events that have affected the entire GSA community over the past weeks in the aftermath of the fire. At the same time, it celebrates the resilient spirit of the graduates as they continue to make their mark beyond the physical boundaries of the art school itself.”

http://www.gsa.ac.uk/life/gsa-events/events/g/gsa-in-dunoon-2014/
http://www.artlyst.com/news/lost-glasgow-school-of-art-degree-show-recreated-from-ash/

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