Practitioner report: I Gladly Strained My Eyes to Follow You: a guided tour of Pollok House
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I Gladly Strained My Eyes to Follow You took the form of a guided tour of Pollok House focusing on a selection of portraits of women from the house's historically significant collection of art and artefacts. The tours, led by Pollok House volunteers and scheduled at 2pm daily between 20 April and 7 May, were included in the exhibition Cabinet Interventions, part of Glasgow International 2018. Acknowledging the absence of information surrounding the women portrayed in the House, the artist invited writers, academics, fellow artists, and Pollok House staff to respond to individual portraits. Their reflections, thoughts, provocations and questions make up the content of this artwork. Including a selection of texts specially written for the tour, this paper will contextualise and describe the project, setting it against the wider frames of reference that fed into and supported its development.
McMullan, S. (2018). Practitioner report: I Gladly Strained My Eyes to Follow You: a guided tour of Pollok House. Scottish Journal of Performance, 5(2), pp. 61–84
Scottish Journal of Performance
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