Languoreth Sculptural Installation Glasgow


 
Languoreth was a temporary sculptural installation that engaged with the architectural fabric of Partick Interchange in Glasgow, Scotland. The piece was clad in transport tickets harvested from the very space that it inhabited.

The work was inspired by the historical and cultural identity of Glasgow. The iconography of the fish and the ring are referenced from Glasgow’s Coat of Arms which represents the story of Queen Languoreth of Strathclyde. These ideas are manifested in forms that do not share the figurative and traditional aesthetic vocabulary usually associated with the telling of such an historic tale.

 

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