Many Studios


sorryyoufeeluncomfortable presents: (BUT) WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT WHITE SUPREMACY

Thurs 19 April - Sunday 20 May
As part of Glasgow International 2018 Supported Programme


Sorryyoufeeluncomfortable is a collective of thinkers and makers who use art practice and dialogue to explore dominant social discourses and re-imagine new ways of living, practicing and being in the world.

(BUT) WHAT ARE YOU DOING ABOUT WHITE SUPREMACY? will respond to contemporary manifestations of white supremacy, strategies for action, healing and justice and consider how these relate to the city of Glasgow and those people and artists who live here. The Gallow Gate at Many Studios will become a space for radical exploration hosting discussions, screenings and workshops led by sorryyoufeeluncomfortable and guests.

An updated programme of events will be available at



sorryyoufeeluncomfortable is a collective of thinkers and makers based in London. Formed out of the 2014 project Baldwin's Nigger Reloaded, initiated by artist Barby Asante and curator Teresa Cisneros, SYFU has presented work at ICA, 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, Wellcome Collection, Tate Exchange, The Showroom and Iniva in London, as well as BALTIC (Newcastle), KVS (Brussels), Nottingham Contemporary (Nottingham) and Framer Framed (Amsterdam).

Rabz Lansiquot is a filmmaker, programmer & DJ. Her work is informed by Black liberatory thought, Black queer studies, and lived experience, seeking to highlight the nuances of marginalised experience, and move beyond representation, to liberation.

Imani Robinson is an organiser, writer and curator. Her work focuses on resistance, liberation and Blackness in the aesthetic, poetic, material, psychological and philosophical realms. Imani works to build radical consciousness through art, popular education and dialogue and is currently completing an MA in Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, UoL.


The Gallow Gate, Many Studios
3 Ross Street
Glasgow G1 5AR

Glasgow International:
Thu 19 April – Mon 7 May
Wed – Sun, 12noon – 5pm

The exhibition will continue:
Thurs 10 – Sun 20 May
Thurs – Sun, 12noon – 5pm