A free pop up gallery at Tramway, Glasgow featuring a groundbreaking digital dance installation and the films of Under The Skin.

Pawel Kudel, a final year student on the Interaction Design degree course at Glasgow School of Art, has worked closely with Scottish Ballet dancer and choreographer Sophie Laplane to create an experimental art installation born out of a dialogue between technology and dance. This innovative digital installation will be presented at Dance International Glasgow alongside the films of Under The Skin including 360 degree film The Perfect Place and David Eustace's What Dreams We Have.


Under The Skin Pop-Up Gallery, FREE Entry

21 - 30 AprilUpper Foyer, Tramway, Glasgow
Friday 21 April3-8pm
Sundays & Thursdays12-6pm
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays12-8pm

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“We are thrilled that Pawel is working with Sophie and Scottish Ballet. This provides him with a great opportunity to explore the fascinating relationships between interactive media and dance. We look forward to seeing the results of the collaboration in Tramway in April and at the Interaction Design Degree show at The Glasgow School of Art in June."

Inga Paterson, Programme Leader, Interaction Design, Glasgow School of Art