Peel Eezy Gi

Curator Deborah Jackson invites a reimagining of the future with artists Peel Eezy, Emma Finn, Lucy Beech and others. Shops, screenings, events, workshops and installation take up residence in the city centre and Glasgow’s east end.

Artist duo Peel Eezy present a temporary showroom, a hybrid space—part shop, part academy, part gallery. The Showroom at Savoy Centre (associated Peel Eezy events at CCA) explores the future as a dynamic context in which established traditions (and more experimental forms) of display and performance interact.

Work by Emma Finn and Lucy Beech is the focus of screening events at CCA and Platform.

Details of all events and installation:

(PAST EVENT) 19 APRIL 6-9pm: Preview, Peel Eezy’s The Showroom, at the SAVOY CENTRE Unit 68/69. Access for the preview is via Renfrew Street Link Bridge (not Sauchiehall Street).

The Showroom open: 21,21, 25-28 April, 2-5 May from 12 to 5.30pm
The Showroom at the Savoy Centre Unit 68/69, installation and shop
140 Sauchiehall Street
Free to visit during opening times

Sunday 29 April 12-6.30pm: Peel Eezy—The Showroom pop-up shop
CCA Clubroom, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Free—no booking required

Sunday 29 April 7-9pm: Peel Eezy Pseudo Play, workshop
CCA Clubroom, 350 Sauchiehall Street
Free but ticketed—book online or 0141 352 4900

Friday 27 April 6.30-8.30pm: Emma Finn’s new film, Before Colloquy, is informed by sci-fi choirs and grim fables. The screening will be followed by a programme and discussion that reflects on the relations between women and the act of worlding and includes: a live performance reading of Agata’s Machine by Camilla Grudova. Sound work ‘The Body’ by Jenny Moore. Screening of ‘The Linguists’ by Anna Bunting-Branch.
CCA Cinema, 350 Sauchiehall Street
All ages / F-rated
Free but ticketed—book online at or 0141 352 4900

Sunday 6 May 1.30pm, 3pm and 4.30pm: Screening of three Lucy Beech films—Cannibals, Me and Mine, and Pharmakon. Situated between documentary and fiction their focus is on power and the production of visibility in relation to the female body.
Platform, The Bridge, 1000
All ages / F-rated
Free but ticketed—book on 0141 276 9696