Moving Image Season: Clyde Reflections, from art-science team Hurrel and Brennan, 28 May – 5 July 2015

looking forward to Clyde reflections ,I have a few of my own it will be interesting a mix of art and science has got to be a good thin

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'Still from video: Hurrel & Brennan (from underwater footage by Howard Wood)' courtesy and © the artists ‘Still from video: Hurrel & Brennan (from underwater footage by Howard Wood)’ courtesy and © the artists

There are a host of brilliant events and openings happening  this month in GoMA, including the next installment of the Moving Image Season, Gallery 1. Clyde Reflections, an audio-video installation by the collaborative art/science team artist Stephen Hurrel and social ecologist Ruth Brennan, was selected by the curatorial team as beautiful and thought provoking work to continue the programme in the main gallery. It also relates to ongoing conversations that the gallery has been having about climate change, Glasgow and the visual arts while hosting Early Warning Signs, by Ellie Harrison and for Glasgow Green Year 2015.

 “We are delighted that Clyde Reflections has found a temporary home at GoMA as part of the upcoming Moving Image Season. Our approach to producing this film was to interview a diverse range…

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