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Here curated by Deuce Deuce at Glasgow International / Glasgow

Here
JAMIE CREWE, EMILY SPEED, ADAM LEWIS-JACOB, STEPHANIE MANN, ALEX RATHBONE, DOMINIC WATSON, MAT DO, FRANCIS DISLEY, LARS KARL BECKER, ISABELLE COOK, FRASER MCDONALD

April 8 - April 25, 2016

Location: Skypark, 45 Finnieston Street, Glasgow, G3 8JU



















For Glasgow International, Deuce Deuce presents Here, an exhibition, research space and showroom. Here is a point for dissemination and discussion deconstructing the fortification of trend where bloggers, designers, artists and architects produce artworks, writing, garments and homeware. Dissecting the intentions of personal aesthetic and the politics of production, taste and stratification.

We are pleased to announce we will be launching two new multiples at Glasgow International – a collection of bedding sets, and a series of capes. Each product has been developed specifically to explore a direct intimacy and relationship with the body, to be worn for protection, isolation or armour.

 The new collection will be displayed in the show room and available to purchase through our website, launching at 5pm on Saturday 9th April.

 In addition, Here will also incorporate a group exhibition of works by the commissioned artists and a resource area of research and film, creating space to meditate and be with an object and a place to understand its legacy and heritage before you begin a personal relationship with it.

Deuce Deuce (b.2012) is a nomadic curatorial collaboration between Elizabeth Murphy and Amy Jones, exploring the crossover between art, apparel and the absorption of sub-culture into the mainstream. Testing the potential of an artist’s multiple and realizing it through a series of ready to wear items and accessories. Creating products that defy stereotypical gender tastes, Deuce Deuce works with a unisex approach creating art objects to integrate into every lifestyle. Questioning notions of ownership, display and decoration and exploring the rupture in reproduction. We force the aspirations of printed matter from artwork to functioning fashion object.

Supported by Skypark, The Glasgow School of Art Masters Series and The Eaton Fund 

* All photographs courtesy of David Excoffier