Dreampod installation: Site specific installation for Project Ability

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Abstract / Description of output

The dreampod installation is a site specific adhocist structure for project ability's studio in glasgows trongate made during my artists residency. The dreampod was a reaction to the studio environment and the artists who work in the studio program. It aims to offer utilising sculpture and sound a space where people can meditate, relax or simply adjust themselves to being in the shared studio space.

Project Ability, established in 1984, is a Glasgow-based visual arts organisation with an international reputation for excellence. They create opportunities for people with disabilities and people with lived experience of mental ill-health, aged 5 years to 80 plus, to express themselves and achieve their artistic potential.

Over three hundred people each week take part in their year round programme of workshops, events and exhibitions which are held in our centre in Trongate 103 and in community venues throughout the city.

They work in partnership with people with disabilities and their support agencies across the UK and develop local, national and international arts projects, creating opportunities for people to network, share their practice and exhibit their work.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 20 Mar 2019

Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)

  • art therapy
  • art
  • sound
  • holistic


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