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Detail of a postcard sent by Martha Craig whilst travelling in Europe, circa 1916

Lauren Gault presents a lecture on her relative, self-educated scientist and explorer Martha Craig, whose 1907 science-fiction novel, The Men of Mars, and visionary ideas about physics have formed the basis for the exhibition.  


Lauren Gault is a Glasgow-based artist born in Belfast. She graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee. Recent solo exhibitions include: Kantine, Brussels; The Workbench, Milan; Grand Union, Birmingham (all 2019); CCA Derry~Londonderry (2018); Prairie Underground, Seattle (2017); Rinomina, Paris (2016). Her work has been featured at Glasgow International (with Sarah Rose, 2018); ØY Festival, Papa Westray, Orkney; Baltic 39, Newcastle (all 2017); Glasgow International (2016); Frutta, Rome; Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh; CCA Glasgow (all 2015); SALTS, Basel (2014).


This event accompanies Lauren Gault's exhibition C I T H R A, which features new sculptures made from materials as diverse as polished horn, blown glass, pumped air, light, and water, and explore the transitions between different states of matter and non-human time scales, while also addressing the ethical and political implications of our everyday interactions with the environment. 

Gasworks events are free to attend, no booking required. Please note that seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.