Posters for Woven Network Govan

Future art installations, walks and other events associated with the Woven Network Govan artists can be accessed here or via Fablevision’s Instagram and Facebook accounts.  Fablevision Studios is providing Fablevision with video, design, photography and social media services in support of Woven Network Govan, including this video short of Audrey O’Brien’s nature walk.

TS Beall’s installations in Elder Park, Govan and the Mary Barbour monument at Govan station, focus attention on the role women have played during the Covid19 pandemic. In this particular instance the work uses two existing public monuments to prominent Govan women of the past to project the activities of women who bear the burden of care in the present.

Watch this space for future events involving the Woven Network Govan artists: Audrey O’Brien, Deirdre Nelson, Alex Wilde, Ailie Rutherford, Donna Rutherford, TS Beall and Ursula Kam-Ling Cheng.

Nature and Nurture in Govan

Audrey O’Brien’s work for the Woven in Govan project, outlines the importance and significance of interdependence. “I’m an artist, working across photography, collage, sculpture and live events. For example, bringing people on curated walks, like the one featured here. I am very curious about how we use our senses. My projects raise awareness of our own senses.

For Woven in Govan, and it’s micro-commission, seven artists were to highlight or respond to women’s experiences during the pandemic. Covid-19 has taught us that the health of all life on the planet is connected – humans, animal, plants, entire ecosystems all mutually dependent. This all happens here in Moogety garden; growing, cooking, eating together In an Open garden.”

(Music Credit:Music By @PeyruisSong: Dreamer – Cinematic Mood Acoustic GuitaMusic promoted by No Copyright Music Vlog. Video Link: https://youtu.be/CC7KN9hMteo)