Jo McGonigal - SHIFT
- Date: Saturday 17 September 2016
- Location: Parkinson Building
- Interval: Every day
- Until: Saturday 22 October 2016
- Cost: Free
The first solo exhibition in Glasgow by Manchester based artist Jo McGonigal.
McGonigal’s practice and research engages with emergent debate on new materialism and theories of the haptic in relation to painting. By taking painting apart and focusing on its physical components, she examines how the material components of painting affect the experience of the viewer, not what the painting means but what it does.
Jo McGonigal b.1969 lives and works in Manchester, UK. Jo is a second year Fine Art PhD student in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds (Amanda Burton Scholarship) and has a Master of Fine Art from Manchester School of Art, UK (AHRC).
With thanks to CePRA (Centre for Practice-Led Research, University of Leeds).
See here for more information.
Image: Jo McGonigal ‘Dirty Gold’ (detail), 2015. Courtesy of the artist and OBJECT/A Gallery.
Patricia Fleming Projects
60 Osborne Street
Gallery opening times:
Tue – Fri (10 – 5pm), Sat (11 – 4pm) or by appointment