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2HB Vol 26 Launch: Hannah Ellul, Daniele Sambo and Mika Conradie

Wed 6 December 2023

Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

Relaxed event

Relaxed event

An old postcard, featuring an illustration of a red-brick hotel, the paper is yellowed and weathered with age.

Daniele Sambo / Corsicana Postcard courtesy of DeGolyer Library, SMU

After a few years on hiatus, we are pleased to relaunch 2HB - a publication dedicated to creative and experimental writing in contemporary art, edited and designed by the CCA Team.

This volume features contributions from three writers who were selected from an open call earlier this year: Hannah Ellul, Daniele Sambo and Mika Conradie.

Join us for an evening of readings, drinks and performance as we celebrate the launch of 2HB’s issue 26.

Open Mic Callout

We welcome artists, writers and poets for our open-mic slot if you would like to perform or share a piece of writing. Please reserve a slot by emailing capucine@cca-glasgow.com. Readings and work must be limited to no more than 5 minutes.

About the writers:

Hannah Ellul is a Glasgow-based artist and musician working primarily in sound, publishing and performance. She often works collaboratively, including as part of the project Psykick Dancehall, which produced cross-disciplinary explorations of sound and aural experience with different organisations and artists.

Daniele Sambo is an artist based in Glasgow. He is the co-founder of Beato Edizioni, a small independent publishing project in Glasgow. His work Nove Viste (2022) was recently exhibited in Venice and acquired by the Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation.

Mika Conradie is a South African writer and researcher. Conradie was a 2022 Writing Fellow at the Johannesburg Institute of Advanced Studies. She is a co-founder of POOL, a project space that she co-directed from 2015 to 2021. She lives and works in Johannesburg.

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Event Type

Literature

Publications

Talks & Events

Location

Gallery

Time

6:00pm — 8:00pm

Ages

All ages

Ticketing

Free and unticketed

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible

Relaxed event