Victoria McNulty – An Atlas To Nowhere

In the post Covid era, regeneration within Scotland’s Urban Centres is crucial to National Prosperity, as well as the Health and Wellbeing of our families and workers.  Join representatives from Eden Communities, a Social Enterprise for Urban Design Practice, in a Collaborative Mapping Session. Through remapping our Shared Spaces.  we can build cities fit for the future of the future.

An Atlas to Nowhere combines spoken word performance, interactive theatre and visual art to dissect current regeneration policies in Scotland’s cities.  Through reflecting on the past and considering the future, this work-in-progress invites critique of current practice, asking who regeneration best serves, and who it will ultimately work for.

About Victoria McNulty

Victoria McNulty is a Poet and Community Artist from Glasgow.  She is the Scots Writer O the Year 2021 and the current Writer in Residence at Paisley Book Festival. Her collections, Confessionals and Exiles (Speculative Books) were developed into acclaimed full length shows.  Work from Exiles was awarded the 2022 John Byrne Award Annual Prize.

About Mark Penrose

Mark Penrose is a visual artist based in Glasgow.  He has participated in several projects and residencies in the city, as well a Féile an Phobail in Belfast.  His art has been included in Culture Matters,  publications by Burning Eye Books and various promotional materials, including a SAMA nominated album by Jackal Trades.