An interview to: Jim Colquhoun

Part of A donation to the library project, 2014

Wood Death Architecture: A publication lost in GSA ’14 fire and today back in Mackintosh Library’s bookcases thanks to the interviewer.

Being asked to write something is always great, because it focuses, explains artist Jim Colquhoun, when talking from a writer point of view, about his contribution to Alex Gross’ publication: Wood Death Architecture. The woods as a kind of Architecture is Jim’s article main focus. And writing as if he was actually drawing, Jim drives us from Architect Constant and the Utopianism movement to very personal and strong experiences lived by him in the woods.

Glasgow School of Art, Reid Building, Glasgow, 2014.