Oliver Braid talk: 'The Certainty of Insignificance'
4 December 2014, 5:30pm
Oliver Braid lives in Glasgow. He decided to ‘become an artist’ in 1997, at the age of thirteen, after visiting Sensation: Young British Art from the Saatchi Collection.
The Certainty of Insignificance is a new 90 minute overview of seventeen years-worth of ideas and artworks from Oliver’s studio; offering, through its accumulation, a deeper understanding of the artist’s current practice.
Commissioned by GSA Exhibitions and funded by Outset Scotland in association with YPO for Alasdair Gray Season: Spheres of Influence II at The Glasgow School of Art's Reid Gallery.
Find out more: www.gsa.ac.uk