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Topping, Jane
Languages: English
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Subjects: Z871
Jane Topping was commissioned to design a t-shirt for the DISCORDIA exhibition, part of Generation, a landmark series of exhibitions celebrating 25 years of contemporary art in Scotland (all part of the Glasgow 2014 Culture Programme for the 2014 Commonwealth Games). The DISCORDIA exhibition featured a collection of limited edition t-shirts designed by contemporary artists involved with Patricia Fleming Projects from the early 90’s to the present. As well as Jane Topping, other artists in the exhibition included: Martin Boyce, Roddy Buchanan, Duncan Campbell, Justin Carter, Jacqueline Donachie, Raydale Dower, Claire Fontaine, Michael Fullerton, Douglas Gordon, Kenny Hunter, Kevin Hutcheson, Iain Kettles, Jim Lambie, Torsten Lauchmann, Scott Myles, Janie Nicoll, Steff Norwood, Danny Saunders, David Sherry, Ross Sinclair, Calum Stirling, Sue Tompkins and Walker & Bromwich. DISCORDIA celebrated the ‘DIY’ and ‘lo-fi’ approach to making art and projects instrumental to the rise of artist-led activity in Glasgow. Glasgow’s position as an important centre of contemporary art production has grown from a diverse ‘grass-roots’ artistic community. The selection highlights the contribution made by artists and Patricia Fleming Projects to today’s influential contemporary art sector, from the early days of ‘Fuse’; free studios in the 90’s, to key local and international events.
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