"Wonderfully ambitious and often quite intoxicating."
Celebrating 55 years of the Clyde Tunnel, Robbie Thomson and Alex Menzies transform the 762 metre-long walkway into a sensory subterranean spectacle. An otherworldly odyssey where robotic sculptures and electronic sounds lead you through a series of close encounters, Portal presents a rare opportunity to re-discover this remarkable Glasgow landmark.
“One of the most surreal gigs of 2018.”
A joyful and provocative intervention, Australian artists Madeleine Flynn & Tim Humphrey’s Pivot invites you to enter a playground of semi-intelligent talking seesaws. Equipped with built-in voice communicators with a mind of their own, this chattering apparatus will poke, probe, question and counsel as you seesaw your way to equilibrium.
"Bonkers but brilliant!"
Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s birth, sound and audiovisual artist Louise Harris takes inspiration from the many geometric forms found in his architecture to turn the Tower of The Lighthouse into an interactive, audiovisual installation.