Cultural Interchange Beyond Languages and Locations
Saturday 12 September 2-4pm at Seventeen
Martyna Benedyka (Artist) | Dr Leslie Mabon (Environmental Sociology, Robert Gordon University) | Chris Yuill (Sociologist, Robert Gordon University) | Caroline Gausden (Gray’s School of Art, SCAN) | Naoko Mabon (Independent Curator, WAGON)
To view a year-long silent conversation online, please click here.
To view images from A to/from B showcase, please click here.
To view more on the project, please click here.
Courtesy SCAN and WAGON
Photography: Kirsty Russell
In partnership with Seventeen and Robert Gordon University, SCAN (Scottish Contemporary Arts Network) and WAGON are delighted to invite you to an afternoon of open discussion.
Nice Dream is an open discussion organised by Grampian Hospital Art Trust (GHAT) and WAGON featuring three speakers who are working within specific contexts to integrate arts into the day-to-day experience of people.
Torry Sound Project: Navigations is a new Artist-in-Residency project hosted by sonADA as part of the programme at Seventeen. WAGON is also helping the delivery of the project.
Naoko Mabon has been invited to a talk event as part of RINKOU-KAKU PROJECT 2015.
WAGON is delighted to announce its very first curatorial project A to/from B, a year-long art/cultural interchange project launched on the 1st September 2014.
As a liaison, WAGON has been helping the Fukuoka Dance Fringe Festival organiser to collaborate with a Scottish designer Karen Mabon for their eighth festival PR design. And here we are!
Installation view, 2014 ©Kaori Yamashita
As its very first exhibition curation project, WAGON is currently underway in developing an exhibition for Japanese, US-based artist Kaori Yamashita. The project will invite Kaori for a short stay in Aberdeen to create a new site-specific installation relating to the city.
Container for Art, Container for Ideas.
Thomas A Clark
Container will be a new creative space in the city of Aberdeen, inviting and introducing the best of international and national art to the city.