A publication documenting a walk between Arrochar and Inveruglas. Whilst on this walk, the practitioners are exercising a new way of walking and experiencing the outdoors. The work is photographic and written, produced both independently and collaboratively. Landscape has often been seen as a place for conquer, dominance and physical strength, this publication challenges these ideals, reverting the stereotypes and using walking and landscape as a safe space for conversation and free making. Veering away from the path is not just advised but encouraged.

Publication Launch, Lunchtime Gallery, Glasgow, Feburary 26th 2020.

Jess Hay, Sofie Keller, Rosie Trevill and Silke Zapp are four visual practitioners in collaboration, focusing on the outdoors as a space to discuss identity politics, and community-based making.


A Lurch in the Dark was s a rolling video art exhibition. Three 40" monitors display a single artist’s work. Every 20 minutes a new artist’s work will be shown on the screens.

Centre for Contemporary Arts Theatre, Feburary 5th, 2020.

Featuring new works from:
Jay Darlington
Ben Hall
Clem Routledge
Dexter Stokes-Mellor
Silke Zapp