We know we’ve been intriguing you with tales of far off, exotic locations and the international quality that 2014 Frames is bringing to Glasgow, so how about having a look at the local photographers and curators who are working with us to make this event special?
First up, we have the ever industrious Sarah Amy Fishlock who is curating a section of past and present contributors to Goose Flesh.
Goose Flesh is an independent, non-commercial photography zine based in Glasgow, Scotland and initially funded by Ideastap.
Showcasing the work of artists who are Glasgow born, based, and associated and from time to time promoting the work of photographers from outwith the city. Goose Flesh aims to promote the work of emerging and established artists in an accessible, compact and affordable form
The printed zine is available at launch events and in venues throughout Glasgow & Edinburgh as well as online.
Goose Flesh is a quarterly publication, with all proceeds going towards printing/promoting/distributing the zine.
To find out more head to
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On Saturday I distributed 150 copies of A Citizens’ Archive to members of the Gorbals community. I visited pubs, churches, the library, a chip shop, a Greggs, the Co-op, corner shops, the leisure centre, a kebab shop, and many more places as well as approaching members of the public in the street to give them copies of the zine. There were a good mix of people - the chip shop owner’s family have been in the area for 40 years, the hairdressers were all proudly ‘Gorbals born and bred’ and I met people from Lenzie and Bridgeton too! I hope that the zine will be a celebration of the Gorbals for the people who live there, and an interesting introduction to the area for those who were passing through. All in all, a very successful day and a great conclusion to the project!
Photos by Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte
'Print's Not Dead' (Newspaper Club) exhibition at South Block, Glasgow
It’s Not Very Nice That (Graphic Design & Politics) at The Lighthouse, Glasgow, until 27th April.
Small Town Inertia, 2014
Tilney1 in his apartment, playing PS2 to control his memory loops and aid in giving up smoking. Since his medication was altered he’s been able to read more, focus more. Though the isolation and his schizophrenia are ever present in his life, he is able to increasingly able to imagine a future and not be locked in thoughts and memories of his past.
Full story update to ‘Small Town Inertia' next week.