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Kelvin Hall

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Free - Drop-in - no ticket required

Dates and times

17th - 30th Sep 2021
9:00AM - 5:00PM
An exhibition by Video Artist Donna Rutherford as part of Glasgow Science Festival.

Donna Rutherford is Artist in Residence for City Centre & Ward 10 - part of Glasgow Life’s ‘Creative Communities’. For this exhibition she interview residents seven decades apart in age, sharing their warmth, humour and continued mettle - From the massive split caused by the construction of the M8 motorway to future concerns for our city. 

Donna Rutherford has been creating theatre and video work since 1990 crossing the roles of writer, performer, video maker and director.  From a Live Art background she has developed solo and collaborative projects in the UK and abroad with a wide range of artists, musicians and also community-based participants. 

The work stems from personal storytelling while combining psychology, social history and the distortion of personal memory.  The work manages to make difficult subjects such as displacement, family relations, ageing, and miscommunication in relationships accessible to wide audiences while developing innovative forms of personal storytelling. 

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Kelvin Hall

Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AW

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