PAGES FROM 'THE STAGNANT WATER INSIDE A BATH DUCK'
& 'I TRIMMED A TREE SO A LORRY COULD PASS'
Saturday 25th April until Saturday 30th May 2015
We're very pleased to present an installation of work by Malcy Duff.
Long time maker of comix, Malcy Duff is an Edinburgh based artist specialising in his own brand of slow-burning, repetetive, dada-ist comic books. A friend and collaborator, Malcy will be presenting original works and two new comic books as part of the installation at Good Press
'The Stagnant Water Inside a Bath Duck' and 'I Trimmed a Tree so a Lorry Could Pass’ will be released throughout the duration of the exhibition. The first book, 'The Stagnant Water Inside a Bath Duck' will be available at the opening of the installation on Saturday 25th April 2015, with 'I Trimmed a Tree so a Lorry Could Pass' shortly after.
Pages From The Stagnant Water Inside a Bath Duck & I Trimmed a Tree so a Lorry Could Pass
Saturday 25th April, 3pm - 7pm
Join us for an afternoon of performance readings derived from Malcy Duff’s new comics via Fritz Welch, Naval Cassidy and City Vegetables (debut performance!) to commemorate the opening of Malcy’s exhibition, alongside the launch of ‘The Stagnant Water Inside a Bath Duck’ the first in a two part release through Good Press.
GOOD PRESS, 5 St. Margaret's Place, Glasgow, G1 5JY, UK