A Remix of Damage

26 Feb 2022 – 12 Mar 2022

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10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30
10:00 – 16:30

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Exhibition of work by Strata Collective, eight 2020 graduates from MLitt Fine Art Practice (Sculpture pathway) at The Glasgow School of Art.


A Remix of Damage, Strata Collective

26 February to 12 March 2022

Mon - Sat, 10:00-16:30, booking required

Reid Gallery, The Reid Building, The Glasgow School of Art

Featuring work by the Strata Collective: Alexander Anderson, Penny Anderson, Abbey Corbin, Tom Graystone, Julia Hoogkamer, Russell McGovern, Yena Park, Alice Zonca.

A Remix of Damage includes, ‘In the Depths of Our Ocean’ by Abbey Corbin exploring the effect of toxic materials on oceanic life-forms, environments and their ecologies; sculpture from South Korean artist Yena Park whose ‘Project: Post-Future Ground’ (ongoing since 2020), is a collection of low value found objects and materials that she has reconfigured and modified to question our relationship with the artificial material world; photographic and moving images by artist Tom Graystone taken on Skye that have been coded into textile pieces and animated vignettes; adapted ready-made sculpture by Penny Anderson whose work ‘Enargeia Arcade’ presents the possessions of the fictional Enargeia Crow – the notorious, ruthless and eccentric billionaire who died broken and penniless; a diorama by artist Alice Zonca who composes environments that house her sculptures; two new works by Julia Hoogkamer themed around the human body, science, technology and nature; work in response to the Sonoran landscape by Alexander Anderson who is based in Arizona; and new work from Glasgow-based Russell McGovern exploring what happens to an object and our relationship with it as it is gradually atomised.

Strata Collective

The Strata Collective was established in 2020 at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. Over the past two years, eight artists from the MLitt Sculpture Pathway at The Glasgow School of Art have supported each other and worked together to find innovative and imaginative ways to continue their practice during and post pandemic. This exhibition is a mix of new work and work created while studying at the GSA, using casting, carving, sound, ceramics, woodworking, textiles, and digital methods, as well as adapted ready-mades. It illustrates the strength of their collective approach, and the high-level creative output they still managed to achieve during lockdown.

In 2021, with support from Creative Scotland, the Strata Collective exhibited for the first time since graduating in August 2020 at the New Glasgow Society. The Collective’s next show Expanse will open at the Pipe Factory in Glasgow later in 2022.

Exhibition opening times:

Sat 26 February to Sat 12 March 2022, Mon - Sat, 10:00-16:30

Please book one ticket for each person attending for your preferred visitor slot of 30mins. If you wish to extend your visit you are welcome to book multiple time slots.


The Reid Gallery is located within the Reid Building, The Glasgow School of Art, on Renfrew Street. Arrive by the main glass doors of the Reid Building and the Reid Gallery is located on the ground floor along the corridor on your right.

Visitor Information:

Use the hand sanitiser provided on arrival at the Reid Building and during your visit

Sign in using the QR code for Test and Protect contact tracing

Wear a face covering, unless you are exempt

Maintain physical distance of 1m+ from other visitors and staff

Stay at home if you are feeling unwell or are self-isolating


Please contact exhibitions@gsa.ac.uk

A Remix of Damage is supported by The Glasgow School of Art as part of the School’s commitment to supporting 2020 graduates with physical shows once COVID restrictions allowed.


The Glasgow School of Art

Exhibiting artistsToggle

Julia Hoogkamer

Penny Anderson

Alice Zonca

Tom Graystone

Russell McGovern

Abbey Corbin

Alexander Anderson

Yena Park

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