Earlier iterations of this exhibition were about how power is organised in spaces of capital. But, really,
    I took these pictures of my sister as a means to exert sovereignty over a depiction of surfaces (glass,
    steel, concrete, cables, screens etc) the size of computer paper: to cut a space for me (us) into them.
    Use what you know. Baby sister, how do you build yourself inside and outside, as you (we) are
    expected to, when everything has been renovated?

    Woman as C.V.
    Woman as circuit.

    The logistics of care vs. self-interest: I took these photos on a Saturday. My sister would rather have
    been visiting her friend in the hospital, who had just had a baby. Taken under duress, they (and
    her/me) were pushed between spaces and time of value.

    ‘Ms. Having it all’

    At the very least, she wasn’t ‘feeling it’ at that moment.

    I make no attempt to relate to my neighbouring buildings.


    The rest of the show is piping commonly used for handrails, set at the conventional ‘midline’ for wall-
    based artwork; a cute sculpture (this feels like mine) and, in the photographs, a mid-priced leather
    handbag.

    My sister (Sarah) sent me a text last night. It said: nbd x

SOLO AT INTERMEDIA, CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARTS, GLASGOW, 30/01/15 - 14/02/15