The Ghost of Water Row

Edo Architecture

in the year that saw 100 years since Govan lost its independence and the passing of George Wylie, we were driven to conjure something.

Water row was a route to a crossing over the river and the reason Govan exists. since pre Christian times, there have been successive layers of crossing & inhabitation here. all have their stories ... their Ghosts!

The Ghost of Water row was a fleeting pavilion, appearing in the dark and disappearing again by daylight. a distillation of four buildings that sat to the west of the now buried slipway. The ‘ghost’ honours all the weavers whose stories remain untold.

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Govan
GLASGOW
United Kingdom

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Edo Architecture

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All work and material given in kind