The police totally contacted me yesterday. If anyone saw anything at all outside Transmission on Friday night relating to the helicopter crash then please do drop PC Hannah Naseem a line on 0141 532 6732. Despite any feelings you or I have about the police, this is an important Glasgow situation, and I love Glasgow. Fanks Fanks <3 x
I can’t believe this is really happening! Eeee! Please join me and my friends at Transmission for Communal Dolphin Snouting: A meaningful event by Oliver Braid with the UK premiere match of Berlin Philosophical Football Association, Scottish hip-hop elite Toy Control’s first ever Glasgow Rap Cypher and a presentation on Chaos Magic(k) and Creativity by Daniela Quacinella.
Friday 29th November 2013. Doors at 7.30pm; Starts sharp at 8pm. Free. All welcome. Transmission Gallery, 28 King Street. Glasgow. G1 5PQ.
Commissioned by Scottish Book Trust for Book Week Scotland 2013. With support from Arts Trust Scotland and Creative Scotland.
A lovely present arrived in my pigeon hole yesterday - a fresh copy of Mathew Parkin's new publication 'One Touch', produced to coincide his exhibition of the same name at The Telfer Gallery's contribution to Glasgay! this year. There’s lots of nice writing inside by Jamie Crewe, FG Livesey and Elinor Morgan - PLUS a poem by me. The poem is also featuring in a re-written form as part of my contribution to the Aspex Emergency 6 exhibition - aaaaaaaaand you can buy the original version of the poem, in Mathew’s publication from the Aspex shop. I’ve got a sneaking feeling it’s about £4?