We were lucky enough over the summer to have photographer Alastair Cook in residence at The Dutch Gable House as part of the Absent Voices project. Last weekend saw the launch of a book of poetry and photography created in and inspired by the Greenock Sugar Sheds - Everything We Have Ever Missed. Featuring double exposure images from Alastair and poetry from John Glenday, the book is a beautiful piece of work which you should try and seek out.
The accompanying exhibition will be at the Dutch Gable House on the middle floor until 21st November. It is one of a series of Greenock exhibitions from Alastair...
Every Memory | 25th September - 24th October 2014Beacon Arts Centre, Custom House Quay: Filmpoem + photographic work with Greenock Amateur Boxing Club
Everything We Have Ever Missed | 25th September - 21st November 2014
Dutch Gable House, William Street: new 35mm photographic work with poetry by John Glenday
McArthur’s Store | 25th September - 20th December 2014
6Art, George Square: wet plate collodion photographic work from the McArthur’s Store Residency
You can enjoy one of Alastair Cook and John Glenday's filmpoems below....
Filmpoem 41/ Alba from Alastair Cook on Vimeo.