Today, I bring you a post, the title of which isn't (as usual) a stale attempt at wit, nor a nugget of surreality (though it might make a decent name for a band).
Though I can't find many other allusions to it on the web, apart from in the forums of the rather wonderful Hidden Glasgow website. One of the Basil Spence-designed tower blocks (map, flats are opposite the cemetery, which happens to be the Southern Necropolis) on Cumberland Street, in the Gorbals, is to be demolished later in the year, and a special light show has been commissioned.
Peter Smith, a trainee architect with NORD, has installed spotlights in every window on the west face of the building, and these are used to great effect, as they animate the night sky. I shan't go into many more details, since there is a certain child-like joy to be had in identifying the shapes, and cooing at the patterns.
If you want to see this, you have until the 10th of April. I thoroughly recommend that you do.
PS. I can find no trace of this on Google, or the council website. Surely some mistake?