ONE WORK is a series of online events that focus closely on a single work. These generous discussions provide an opportunity for an artist to present a recent work and talk through how the work came into being. Each work is available as a month-long online screening, followed by a specially commissioned written response that serves as documentation of both the work and the discussion.
We commissioned poet and playwright Cicely Gill to respond to Louise Barrington's 'Sylph' (2021).
We commissioned artist, writer and programmer April Lin 林森 to respond to Xin Haung's 'What Should We Eat After Dreaming?' (2020).
We commissioned poet, artist and oracle, Daniella Valz Gen to respond to Rae-Yen Song's ‘wūûūwūûū’ (2021).
We commissioned curator Karen Verschooren to respond to Helen Cammock's 'They Call It Idlewild' (2020).
We commissioned writer and critic, Chris Fite-Wassilak, to respond to Cal Mac's work, 'Agony to Ecstasy' (2020).
We commissioned artist and curator, Joud Al-Tamimi, to respond to Sulaïman Majali's 'false dawn'.
We are happy to publish the audio recordings of the specially commissioned written responses to our ONE WORK series.
We commissioned anthropologist and writer Špela Drnovšek Zorko to respond to Maja Zećo's work 'In Search of the Sun' (2021)
We commissioned Glasgow-based poetry, performance and food maker, Sean Wai Keung to respond to Andrea Luka Zimmerman and Adrian Jackson's work, 'Here for Life' (2019).
We commissioned digital culture researcher and journalist, Mary McGill to respond to Rachel Maclean's work 'Hit Me Baby' (2007).
We commissioned writer Clay AD to respond to Renèe Helèna Browne's recent work 'Rebuilding Urania' (2021–ongoing).