Posts Tagged ‘installation art’

Friday 10th February – Recoat Gallery, Glasgow

February 7, 2012


Throughout January Mark Lyken, has been Resident at Recoat Gallery, creating an installation & a series of original paintings for his solo exhibition.

The show will consist of a series of new works which he describes as “Abstract Meditations on the Digital World.”

As our interactions and communications become progressively more mediated and facilitated by technology, our connections to one another seem increasingly fragile. As we become increasingly connected through personal technology and social networks are we becoming alienated from each other and ourselves?

He will create a mural in the space and compose a piece of music that will be available for free download from Gamma Proforma from the opening onwards ( ). 

The exhibition will open 7-10pm on 10th February and runs 12-6pm Tues to Sun until 4th March.

In Loving Memory

October 14, 2008
Just thought we’d show you K-Guy’s latest piece of street art.  It’s an installation piece in the form of a memorial shrine, titled “In Loving Memory of the Boom Economy’.  Cards on the flowers remember repossessed Ferraris and homes.  You can find it positioned by the Royal Exchange off Threadneedle Street, on page 5 of today’s The Times or page 3 of The Daily Telegraph’s Business supplement!!
Good work Mr Guy.