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Since graduating from the Master of Fine Art programme at Gl asgow School of Art in 2010 Oliver Braid has spent the las t two years “aiming to advance as an artist who uses practical tactics to h andle the study of happiness”. His large-scale ‘project’ style artworks\, i ncorporating multiple collaborations and layers of interpretation\, were co mposed following the structure of a GCSE Science Experiment handbook\; begi nning with a basic hypothesis and rationally following this through to reac h a conclusion. In doing this Oliver hoped to discover the impact of art-ma king on human relationships and the impact of human relationships on art-ma king.

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For this new exhibition at Intermedia the artist will present works produced in the wake of realisations that his over-rational methodol ogies were irrationally frustrating his original intentions. It marks a ref lective stage in Oliver’s practice with a dramatic desire to change his att itude to both art-making and human relationships. 

Oli ver Braid is an artist living in Glasgow. Born in 1984\, he studie d at Falmouth College of Arts and Glasgow School of Art. He has recently ex hibited I’ll Look Forward To It at Collective\, Edinburgh as part of their New Work Scotland Programme (2011) and My Five New Friends\, his first large scale solo exhibition\, at The Royal Standard\, Liverpo ol (2012).

Throughout 2012 he co-hosted a weekly pop-philosoph y radio show with the artist Ellie Harrison\, the Ellie &\; Oliver Show\ , through CultureLab Radio\, Newcastle. As part of the Ellie &\; Oliver Show in 2012 he co-presented five special radio shows for Edinburgh Art Fes tival and co-curated a radio mini-festival for Glasgay. He was a founding m ember of the experiential therapy group for artists\, Artists Anonymous.

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In 2013 he has been invited to undertake a four month production resi dency at Triangle\, Marseilles\, sponsored by Patricia Fleming Projects.

LOCATION:CCA - Centre for Contemporary Arts (Glasgow)\,350 Sauchiehall Stre et \nGlasgow \, Scotland G2 3JDUnited Kingdom SUMMARY:Snorlax Beanbag\, Oliver Braid END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161203T231212Z UID:257311 DTSTART:20130126T110000 DTEND:20130126T180000 LOCATION:CCA - Centre for Contemporary Arts (Glasgow)\,350 Sauchiehall Stre et \nGlasgow \, Scotland G2 3JDUnited Kingdom SUMMARY:Snorlax Beanbag\, Oliver Braid END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR