On water, sculled, quiet
Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow, 2017
A two-person exhibition with Jay Delves, that acted as a coming-together of two projects taking bodies of water as their starting points, from synchronised swimming to spiritual cleansing. The show attempted to compare the regulatory, the performative, and the geography of both water actions.
An adapted text about a theoretical Glasgow-based Spiritual Cleansing Pool-cum-Leisure Facility (see Not a Single Knot) was displayed alongside printed photographs, diagrams and collages on custom shelving across one wall of the room. On the floor sat two sculptures intended to be somewhere between models of pools, furniture, and utilitarian architecture.