The posters in this exhibition were made as part of a project mapping some of the wild in the greeny howe of Glasgow, translating rewilding into an urban setting. The place-names and translations suggest the city as it once was and could be again, with groves, glens, sheepfolds, duns and commons. The manifesto imagines how we could change the city and how we may have to change ourselves as climate breakdown and new technologies impact. The project began as a series of free walks guided by Dee Heddon and Misha Myers, the walking library, some of which explored Govanhill, and it is concluding with this exhibition and a book (available from Govanhill Baths). Funded by Festival 2018 with additional support from the University of Glasgow and Glasgow Life.
Mon – Thur 10am-5pm, Fri 10am -12pm