Richard Hughes, Craig Mulholland, Alex Pollard, Will Potter, Clare Stephenson
22 May 28
Previews Thursday 20 May, 7-9pm
On a Stupendous
Leg of Granite, Discovered Standing by Itself in the Deserts of Egypt,
with the Inscription Inserted Below.
[composed December 27, 1817 during a sonnet-writing competition with Percy
Bysshe Shelley (who wrote "Ozymandias" as a result); published
sandy silence, all alone,
Stands a gigantic Leg, which far off throws
The only shadow that the Desert knows.
"I am great Ozymandias," saith the stone,
"The King of kings: this mighty city shows
The wonders of my hand." The city's gone!
Naught but the leg remaining to disclose
The sight of that forgotten Babylon.
and some hunter may express
Wonder like ours, when through the wilderness
Where London stood, holding the wolf in chase,
He meets some fragment huge, and stops to guess
What wonderful, but unrecorded, race
Once dwelt in that annihilated place.
lives and works in London. He won East International 2003 and is currently
working on a solo project for The Showroom.
Craig Mulholland lives and works in Glasgow and has had solo exhibitions
at Switchspace and Duncan R. Miller Fine Arts.
Alex Pollard lives and works in Glasgow. He exhibited in East International
2003 and has recently shown at Andrew Mummery Gallery and Transmission
Will Potter lives and works in Vienna. He has shown at HobbypopMUSEUM
in Dusseldorf and 291 Gallery, London.
Clare Stephenson lives and works in Glasgow. She has shown recently at
Switchspace and Transmission Gallery, and is working on a solo project
for Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh.
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