Aaron Angell, The Death of Robi at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum until 25 April. 2016

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Part of Glasgow International, Aaron Angell presents a single exhibition split across two venues.

Borrowing its title from Peter Vansittart’s historical novel of 1981, Angell presents new sculptural works influenced by psychedelic poetry, philosophies of gardening, the colour green, and the architecture of pipe organs.

In Kelvingrove, Angell is exhibiting new sculptural work on the mezzanine level facing the museum’s great organ, including works in iron, assemblages of sixteenth century furniture, and other found objects. Central to this presentation is a theatrical programme of organ recitals. This features examples of early secular music, diffused with melodies traditionally performed on itinerant instruments, rather than through the fixed site of the organ.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8AG

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

At Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Angell presents a series of new ceramic sculptures among plants in the National Begonia collection. These works are produced in close reference to the compositions of the gardener Capability Brown and associated examples of vernacular architecture. Here the organ is re-imagined as a machine for communicating with the vegetable kingdom.

Glasgow Botanic Gardens, 730 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 0UE

Find out more about Glasgow International at http://glasgowinternational.org/

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