‘Thank You Very Much in residence at The Modern Institute’

Thank You Very Much in residence at The Modern Institute, 2018
The Modern Institute, 3 Aird's Lane, Glasgow

Thank You Very Much text compilation

Part 1
A hole in the sky / is open / A hole in the sky / is wider / a hole in the sky / is yours
Peter Basma-Lord, Il Colorifico, Nick Evans, Clare Quilty, Alys Owen, Caitlin Merrett King, Tamara MacArthur, Hannah Reynolds, Clara Ursitti

2 – 17 February 2018
Opening event Friday 2 February 7pm until late

Part 2
push it / push it again / and again / push it through
25 February – 10 March
Opening event: Saturday 24 February

Bricks Space: Chairs Are For Sitting On

An evening with Good Press and Friends. This one’s on the house.

Seating arrangements, entertainments and transmissions courtesy of:
Neil Bickerton, Bobby O’Goblin, Jamie Bolland, Denise Bonetti, Cru Servers, Alice Dansey-Wright, Manuel Fernandez, Lotte Gertz, Charlie Hammond, Jessica Higgins, Irma Vep, Hannah James, Alex Leach, Nick Lynch, Lorna MacIntyre, Ewan McCaffrey, Jamie McNeill, Rickie McNeill, Robert Mills, Callum Monteith, Harriet Morley, Mick Peter, Owen Piper, Sorbie Rd., Matilda Roberts, David Roeder, Edwin Stevens, Emer Tumilty, Claudia Vasiliu, Matthew Walkerdine, Fritz Welch & Gregor Wright

Tent: Katherine Ka Yi Liu & Arieh Frosh, Russell Haswell, Sound of Yell, Still House Plants, Adam Lewis-Jacob & Susannah Stark, Ashley Holmes
Stage by Aymeric Tarrade

Part 3
you do you / do you?
Closing Event Saturday: 17 March 2018

CC Time, Nina Siphesihle Pinkie Mdwaba, Craig Manson, Connor Milliken, Paul Duncan, William Joys

Furniture by Ric Warren, Martin Scott, Ali Smith

Dinner by Nonna Maria

After party by Rosehips b2b Octo Champ

Thank You Very Much is Marco Giordano, Aymeric Tarrade, Caitlin Merrett King and Mark McQueen, a group of artists based in Glasgow who organise exhibitions and events. Since 2016 TYVM have hosted performance nights and exhibitions at 16 Nicholson Street, The Pipe Factory, Crownpoint Studios and David Dale Gallery in Glasgow, and Suede gallery in Edinburgh, inviting performers, artists and curators at various stages in their career to participate in their events, with a view to always maintaining a collaborative approach.