A God Given Light

The WhiteHouse presents as part of the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2010:

'A God given Light'

Site specific work based on the theme of light created by artists
Mark Campbell & Craig Peacock.

Mark Campbell has made a greenhouse out of stained glass and neon text connected with modern religious ideoligies and the visual media children grow up with and the God given right each believes they have.
Craig Peacock deals in the visceral perception of place, where personal emotive thought is contextualised through drawing and paint. His work seeks a sense of the spiritual, without a premise to any specific religion.

The exhibition is installed in Burrell House, the former shipping magnate and art collector William Burrell's family residence.