TIME AFTER TIME

TIME AFTER TIME

EXHIBITION

11th July - 1st August 2014

Opening event Friday 11th of July, 6-9pm

Market Gallery presents Time After Time, a new exhibition and series of events, talks and screenings as part of GENERATION, a nationwise programme showcasing art in Scotland from the past 25 years.The project will consider the approach of Generation itself, and questions the historicising of artists and artwork through ongoing performances, talks and other events, and an exhibition that will take place from 11 July - 1 August 2014. The exhibition will feature artists Douglas Morland, Scott Rodgers and Darren Tesar who have been invited to reshow or reimagine existing works that have a connection to the place as a subject or by virtue of it's origin, and works that have duration elements that corner a larger conversation about time.

Market Gallery is open Thursday to Sunday, 11am to 5pm.

Please visit www.marketgallery.org and www.facebook.com/marketgallery for details of the series of events and talks that will run throughout the programme.

Douglas Morland is a Glasgow-based visual artist who completed the MFA at Glasgow School of Art in 2003 and has since exhibited widely both in the UK and abroad. Recent exhibitions include As Long as the Signal Is…, The Briggait Glasgow, time/zones at The Akademie Der Künste, Berlin, and Chinagraph Spill Cracked Oil Cracked Oil at the Glasgow Project Room.

Darren Tesar (b.1984 USA, lives and works in Taiwan). Tesar graduated with a BFA from the University of Wiscosin-Stout in 2008 and with a MFA from Glasgow School of Art in 2010. Recent activities include: Nameless Forms, Latent Spaces, Singapore, 2014; Refining Commitment, XMS Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan, 2014; Reverential, published for the exhibition, Della Liquidezza Della Terra, Milan, Italy, 2013; Resident Artist at Seoul Art Space_Geumcheon, Seoul, South Korea 2013; Kneading/Needing, WOWHUH, Brooklyn, NY, USA, 2013; Writing Fellow at Vermont Studio Centre, VT, USA, 2012.

Scott Rogers is a Canadian / British artist based in Glasgow. He received an MFA from the Glasgow School of Art in 2012 and also participated in an exchange at the Staedelschule in Frankfurt from 2011 to 2012. Solo exhibitions include Negative Miracle at the Glasgow Sculpture Studios, and Oasen (with Sarah Rose) at Artspace, Auckland, NZ. Group exhibitions include Seeing Things, Glasgow International Festival, Fight! Center, Berlin, DE, and Occasional Fix, Dog Park, Christchurch, NZ. With Sarah Rose and Rebecca Wilcox he co-runs tenletters, a project space in Glasgow