Waves In, Particles Out Glasgow: CCA, Fri 24 Oct—Fri 5 Dec.

Untitled: Henrik Hakansson talks to the animals

Every second we are bombarded by particles. Invisible, they penetrate our bodies as they crash their way around the physical world.

For Waves In, Particles Out, at Glasgow's CCA, curator Toby Webster has brought together ten artists who use sound in their work. The six-week rolling programme of events confronts a major sensory prejudice in contemporary art in the generic gallery. sound regularly complements the visual, but you rarely hear anything in isolation. In Waves In, Particles Out ,

the opposite will be true.

Dubbed the 'new Dr Doolittle', Henrik Hakansson is inspired by insects. The Scandinavian has captured stick-insects on video in past work. This time, he is broadcasting ‘communicative sounds' made by insects, pumping

them from speakers around the CCA.

Using sampling and mixing gear, Owada will explore musical structures in the rock idiom. Go on, shred that air guitar thing baby. Tearing off the roof, the group’s adventurous scales should complement Panasonic, a duo featuring llpo Vaisanen and Bjork’s remixer Mika Vainio. Their rhythmic music uses mathematically generated waveforms and pure tones.

Another artist-musician, Mary Redmond, will attempt to animate four sculptures made from everyday objects. Hooked to a computer system, in- built speakers will act as vocal chords. Using what is termed directional sound, fluctuating patterns will then link the objects, creating an illusion of


Jonathan Monk's The First Thing I Heard Today will be constructed on-site during the show. As a testament to sound's myriad of forms, early morning inspiration could be anything from a lowly fart to a soaring jet. That could

be some racket. (Paul Welsh)


2 Castle Street. 221 9600. Mon-Sat 10am—5pm (closed Tue); Sun 11am—5pm. Free. [D]. A tnuseum of world faiths. featuring a Zen garden. priceless art works from the world‘s six major religions. Dali‘s Christ ()fSuint John ()fT/w Cross and the story of religion in Scotland told through words and pictures.

The Veil In Islam Until Jan 98. An exhibition exposing the myths of the veil or hijrtb in the West which demonstrates the diversity and complexity of its use and significance in the Muslim world.

SCOTLAND STREET SCHOOL MUSEUM 225 Scotland Street. 429 I202. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm; Sun 2—5pm. Cafe. [D]. Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and now home to archive material on education in Scotland from 1872 onwards. Reconstructed classrooms give a flavour of Victorian. Edwardian. World War II and 1960s school days.


Atlas Square. 557 I405. Tue—Fri 10.30am—5pm; Sat mam—4.30pm; Sun 2—5pm. [D]

Made In The North Until autumn 1997. The rich diversity of industries in Glasgow past and present is chronicled in this exhibition.



4 Bellevue Crescent. 557 1663. Tue—Sat l 1.30am-5.30pm.

Golden Vein Until Sat 1 Nov. New paintings and prints by Brent Millar.


10 Royal Terrace. 556 1010. Mon—Fri lOam—6pm; Sat 10am-lpm.

Mixed Exhibition Until 31 ()ct. A wide selection of watercolours. paintings and sculpture by Scottish. British and European artists from 1750— l 950. including Alexander Naysmith. William MacTaggart and J.[). Fergusson.


38 Home Street. 228 4141. Exhibitions open fifteen minutes before first screening of the day until 11pm (Sun—Wed); lam (Thu—Sat).

Very, Very, Human Until Sun l6 Nov. Photoworks by Alison Murphy which deal with the formation of sex and gender

in childhood.

THE COMMONWEALTH CENTRE Assentbly Rooms. George Street. Tue—Fri 10am—6pm; Sat 10am-4pm; Sun noon-5pm.

The Main Exhibition Until Mon 27 ()ct. An insight into the work of non- governmental organisations operating in

Commonwealth countries including Oxfam. VSO. The British Council and Save The Children. The displays are interactive. with internet terminals illustrating their Commonwealth links and a chance to learn more about these organisations. Part of C orrtmonweulth Edinburgh 97.

The Fair Trade Exhibition Until Mon 27 Oct. A specially designed display explaining the concept of fair trade and the aims of ethical trading between developing countries and the developed world. Part of C (rmmrmwerthh Edinburgh 97.

Commonwealth Children's Art Exhibition Until Mon 27 Oct. The winning entries frotn the Commonwealth Children All Aboard art competition. Pan (IfC(HllnlOIth‘UIi/l Edinburgh 97.

The Commonwealth 97: People To People Online Web Experience. Until Mon 27 Oct. An opportunity to talk online with individuals and organisations front throughout the Commonwealth. Pan of Commonwealth Edinburgh 97.

listings ART

[lam—5 at; Sat lOam—lpm.

Judith a Fano Sat 25 Oct—Sat 15 Nov. Seascapes.

Iona Montgomery Sat 25 Oct-Sat 15 Nov. Watercolours on a archaeological theme.

Jenny Matthews Sat 25 Oct—Sat 15 Nov. Javanese still lifes and floral paintings.


35 William Street. 225 2196. Tue—Fri

l lam—5pm; Sat-Sun 1 lam—2pm.

Sara Downham Until Sat l4 Nov. New work.


45 Market Street. 225 2383. Mon—Sat lOam—6pm; Sttn noon—5pm.

Fold (New Paintings 1996—7) Until Sat 15 Nov. The first major solo exhibition by Glasgow artist Alison Watt. with a new body of work created over the past two years. including seven diptychs commissioned by the gallery.


Moray House College. between Canongate and H01er Road. Chessel Land. Mon-Fri 10am—5pm; Sat noon—5pm.

Structured Expressions Until Fri 24 Oct. Cubist-style paintings by Gerard Blakeley.


32 Shandwick Place. 225 9151.

Why Paint Spacemen? Until Wed 12 Nov. New paintings by Andrew Grassie featuring realistic portraits ofspacemen. astronauts and cosmonauts. copied from old magazines. newspapers and the internet.


Market Street. 529 3993. Mon—Sat 10am—5pm.

Animal Magic Until I0 Jan. A major children's exhibition exploring the ways artists have created images and how scientists explain animal behaviour. See Kids listings.

Haka Sat 25 Oct—10 Jan 1998. Contemporary Maori art including carvers. fibre and multi-media artists. landscape artists and sculptors. Heartstone Sat 25 Oct—Sat 15 Nov. A photographic display looking at social issues and art work of young people from around the Commonwealth. Part of

C ()IIlIllUIIH't‘ll/i/I Edinburgh 97.

India 50 Sat 1 Nov—10 Jan 1998. In an exhibition commissioned by Christian Aid. celebrating 50 years of India's independence from Britain. Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado has documented many aspects of contemporary life in India.


22—28 Cockburn Street. 220 I260. Tue—Sat 1 lam-5.30pm (closes 5pm on Fri).

Light In The Head (Vertigo) Sat t--Sat 22 Nov. Dutch artists Jasper van den Brink. Arthur Kempenaar and Zeger Reyers create an installation based on the Dutch landscape.

Absolut Art Lotto Sat I—Sat 22 Nov. Art fundraising show. with the chance to pick a number and win an artwork by a contemporary Scottish artist.


22a Dundas Street. 556 2181. Mon—Fri 10.30am—6pm; Sat 10am—4pm.

Six Women Artists Until Sat 25 Oct. Recent works in a variety of different media by Karen Chapman. Roberta Merrilees. Sheena Phillips. Fiona Stevenson. Una Strachan and Patti

Tur uand.

Regina Fernandes, Richard Neilson and Chris Taylor Sat l—Sat 22 Nov. Recent works in a variety of media. mainly watercolour. covering a range of subjects including Scottish landscapes. Brazilian facades and cityscapes of Edinburgh and Venice.

INSTITUT FRANCAIS D'ECOSSE Fotofeis See separate listings.


28 St Stephen Street. 226 5449. Mon-Fri 8.30am-6pm; Sat lOam—4pm. A new gallery for Stockbridge. showing the talents of young Scottish artists.

The End Of The Line Until Thu 20 Nov. New works on paper by Jon Harker.


5 Northttmberland Street Lane. 557 5454. Tue—Sat Ham—4.30pm.

Anne Mendelow Until Fri 14 Nov. Mixed-media paintings of nudes and still lifes.

Christopher Bailey Until Fri 14 Nov. Wooden sculptures.

Connie Simmers Until Fri 14 Nov. Recent paintings.

CONTACT GALLERY Fotofeis See separate listings.

MATTHEW ARCHITECTURE GALLERY Manifesto 97 See separate listings.


3 Doune Terrace. 225 7189. Mon—Fri 10am—5pm.

Fotofeis See separate listings.

EDINBURGH COLLEGE OF ART Lauriston Place. 221 6000. Mon—Thu 10am—8pm; Fri 10am-—5pm; Sat 10am-2pm.

The Royal Over-seas League 14th Annual Open Competition Until Mon 27 Oct. Entries from the annual competition which draws artists from the UK and Commonwealth. Part of ('mmnunn'mllh Edinburgh 97.

Children Of Bombay Tue 4—Tliu 27 Nov. An exhibition of photographs by Dario Mitidieri which looks at the plight of the estimated 100.000 children who are homeless in Bombay. Part of

C mmnnnn'ettlt/t Edinburgh 97. Manifesto 97 See separate listings.

THE EDINBURGH GALLERY 18a Dundas Street. 557 5227. Mon—Fri


33 Newington Road. 668 4999. Daily 9am-10 m.

Michae Craik Until Wed 29 Oct. Recent paintings. mainly architectural. of buildings in Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART Belford Road. 556 8921. Mon—Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 2—5pm. An impressive collection of 20th century art. including works by Picasso. Matisse. Moore. Hockney and Bellany. plus a selection of Dada and Surrealist paintings.

Scottish Colourists From The Ritchie Collection Until I 1 Jan 1998. Works on loan from the collection of Dr James Ritchie who began collecting in the late 1920s. Featured artists include Cadell. Peploe. Fergusson. McTaggart and Hunter.

Picasso: Works From The Collection And Works On Loan Until Sun 9 Nov.

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