You are invited to participate in the public enactment of Nothing about us without us is for us, a public art event where language will be hurled, launched, wafted, and flown from either side of the River Clyde using a variety of obsolete technology. Transmissions will be attempted from both sides of the river. Success is not guaranteed.
Communication methods may include:
Marine signal flags
Trebuchets (catapult/siege engines)
Messages-in-bottles (St. Kilda 'mailboats')
Date: Saturday 28 April
Time: 1pm– 4pm
Place: Govan Waterfront (near Govan Ferry Pontoon – G51 2LH) and in front of The Riverside Museum (100 Pointhouse Place, G3 8RS)
You are also invited to the Govan waterfront between 20 – 27 April to participate
in a variety of events and workshops to construct communication methods
and machines. Information about these are listed on our events page – We currently have five events scheduled that are open to everyone (in addition to over 15 that are scheduled for specific groups of folk – mostly our partner organisations), but more are being added, so check the events for updates.