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At Practise #4

CLAY AD, JENNIFER BAILEY, RABINDRINATH X BHOSE and WORMHOOK

CLAY AD, JENNIFER BAILEY, RABINDRINATH X BHOSE and WORMHOOK

Saturday 7 May 2022

To celebrate the launch of issue 4 of At Practise and begin the new Summer season of events we’d like to welcome you to an evening of live works in progress with performances and readings by Clay AD, Jennifer Bailey, Rabindrinath X Bhose and Wormhook.

Book your ticket here.

Click here to buy At Practise Issues 1-3 (4 coming soon) online!

At Practise is a publication, performance and discursive project programmed by Jude Browning. The series explores the rehearsal-as-form to create an experimental testing ground for new work. During Summer 2022 David Dale Gallery will be used as a space for live interdisciplinary events and peer-led conversations which ask how the live voice relates to forms of public address.

Artist Bios

Clay “Onion” AD is a north node Capricorn who is a student of the body. His expressions of that study are art, writing and offering somatic bodywork 1-on-1 with folks. His forthcoming poetry book, Holy Bodies will be published this summer by Pilot Press.

Jennifer Bailey (b. 1984, Beckenham, UK) currently lives and works in London. Her work explores the permeability of art and other forms of production to societal structures, desire, capital and paid work. She sometimes includes her family and friends in her work. She graduated from the MFA programme at Glasgow School of Art in 2013. Outside of her art practice, Bailey works in education.

Rabindrinath X Bhose is an artist and writer based in Glasgow. He graduated from the Ruskin School of Art in 2016 with a BFA in Fine Art and from the School of the Damned DIY alternative MFA in 2019. He has exhibited and performed work throughout the UK.

Wormhook is an experimental neurodivergent free folk sound project, utilising text/poetry, naive instrumentation, field recordings and improvised/spontaneous utterances/songs. It speaks about a post 2008 Britain and is concerned with presence and mythology, transmutation, love and loss, dreams and visionary encounters.