NVA Glasgow Public Art, Cardross Film Project, Scotland, Photos, Scottish Designers
NVA Glasgow, Public Art
Scottish Architecture Interventions: Film set at St Peter’s Seminary, Cardross, Scotland
22 Jan 2018
NVA Film News
Announcing Make Me Up, a new film by Rachel Maclean 🎥
Announcing a major commission for The New Agora 2018
News from NVA:
Part horror movie, part comedy, Make Me Up reflects on the shortcomings of our journey towards equality throughout the past century.
The film imagines a dystopian future where a group of women are trapped in a cruel reality TV-style competition in the brutal modernist setting of St Peter’s Seminary. Here, voting is not a liberation – it is a harsh judgement the contestants must face. New arrival Siri learns the rules of a show where compliance and attractiveness are key. Emboldened by her growing friendship with fellow inmate Alexa, Siri finds ways of sabotaging the system and discovers some terrible truths in the process
Make Me Up is the centrepiece of our new strand of programming, The New Agora – an annual series of digital artworks and public events that aims to build genuine conversations across divides. In Ancient Greece, the agora was the forum for public debate. The New Agora programme will provide an open platform to consider issues affecting humanity today, and for this first year we’ll be exploring the theme of Representation.
Make Me Up will be broadcast by the BBC and screened throughout the UK during 2018. We’ll be revealing more information about the tour in Spring. Visit the website to subscribe for updates and find out more.
Make Me Up is part of Represent, a series of artworks commissioned by 14-18 NOW inspired by the Representation of the People Act 1918. While the act gave the vote only to women over 30, Represent invites young female artists to explore democracy, equality and inclusion in contemporary Britain.
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Glasgow, G3 7NR
Previously on Glasgow Architecture:
8 Oct 2013
NVA in Germany
Design: NVA, Glasgow, with choreographer Pipo Tafel
photo © McAteer
The Speed of Light Project
This project reimagined urban and rural landscapes with the creative Scottish team collaborating with German choreographer Pipo Tafel.
11 Nov 2010
Venice Biennale + Cardross Seminary
NVA represents Scotland at International Architecture Exhibition
Scotland’s creativity and innovation will be on display throughout the final weekend of the greatest showcase of architecture in the world.
College of Building & Printing, Glasgow
Alan McAteer’s images profiling NVA’s Glasgow Lighting Projects, in partnership with Scottish Arts Council National Lottery Fund, Glasgow City Council and Glasgow College of Building and Printing.:
Glasgow Tidal Weir
Launched Mar 2003
The lighting scheme for the Weir will enhance the regeneration programme for the area and add to the existing work currently taking place as part of the River Clyde redevelopment.
Glasgow Lighting Project:
Tramway Theatre Chimney, Glasgow
NVA Glasgow Lighting + Art Projects images / information from NVA
Glasgow Transport Museum
image by architects
image © Foster + Partners
Comments / photos for the NVA Lighting Glasgow Architecture page welcome
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