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Marco Fusinato, Bianca Hester, Laresa Kosloff, Joshua Petherick and David Rosetzky

'Melbourne in Glasgow'

Various locations Glasgow

20 April – 7 May 2012

For Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art The Common Guild presented five new projects by Melbourne-based artists in collaboration with the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Melbourne.

Projects included:

An all-day noise performance by Marco Fusinato at SWG3 on Eastvale Place on 25th April;

A series of city-wide performances and actions by Bianca Hester throughout the duration of the Festival, culminating in a performance on the top floor of a city centre car park on 29th April;

An audio performance at Partickhill Lawn Bowling Club on Partickhill Road by Laresa Kosloff in collaboration with Andy Thomson on 27th April;

An all-day screening of David Rosetzky’s film ‘How to Feel’ at The Goethe Institut on Park Circus on 28th April;

A series of posters on Glasgow’s Subway system by Joshua Petherick, on view between 16th – 29th April.

Presented by The Common Guild as part of a major collaboration with ACCA, Melbourne for 2012 and 2014, coinciding with Glasgow’s hosting of the Commonwealth Games. Supported by Arts Victoria, Glasgow City Council and Creative Scotland.