5 Oct 2012: Urban Studies Seminar

Published: 13 September 2012

Alex Frost: 'The Old & New Easterhouse Mosaic (and everything in between)'

The Old & New Easterhouse Mosaic (and everything in between)

Alex Frost (Glasgow Artist)

3.00-4.30pm, Teaching Room, 27 Bute Gardens (entry through number 25)

The sculptor Alex Frost will make a presentation on a selection of his recent public projects, in particular a project that took the celebrated community artwork 'The Easterhouse Mosaic' (1983-2004) as a starting point. This project was the practical implementation over 18 months of ideas relating to the role of art in regeneration and development, cultural heritage versus community art as well as ideas on how to make public sculpture in a post-industrial setting.

Alex Frost was born in London, he lives and works in Glasgow. He studied at Glasgow School of Art (MFA, 1998) and Staffordshire University (BA, 1995). His recent exhibitions include 'Tales of the City' at The Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow and 'Soulseekers' at Trinity Museum, New York. Recent solo exhibitions include 'The Connoisseurs' Dundee Contemporary Arts; 'Adults' Milton Keynes Gallery; 'BBQ' Artsway and 'Compassion Fatigue' Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow.

All welcome.

For further information please contact Mark Livingston (mark.livingston@glasgow.ac.uk, 0141 330 6162) or Julie Clark (Julie.Clark@glasgow.ac.uk, 0141 330 4516).

First published: 13 September 2012