Always a treat to visit GoMA, today we took in a bit of the output of legendary filmmaker Margaret Tait whose work they laid bare in tables of archival materials that covered her over sixty year career. At age 74 she became the first Scottish woman to direct a feature film! Her memory lives on with an award in her name to early career film makers.
Had a good giggle at Waldemar Januszczak's severed head in a quasi French Revolution execution by Ian Hamilton Finlay in reaction to terrible reviews he received by him. A rather great way to take revenge on a critic, I'd say. And accompanied by text written by Robespierre.