Gavin MacGregor is a heritage consultant, artist and environmentalist. His work focuses on rethinking our environments and in response to the pandemic he, along with others, have begun to ask questions around how we define our communities, cities and local authorities.
Historically communities were defined by our natural routes and resources, however as our world has become ever more urban and undefined by nature we have lost that connection with the environment in which our concrete jungles inhabit.
Exploring through the lens of a bioregional approach, Flow asks us to look at Glasgow (and its position within the wider Clyde region) differently and explores connections lost. You can read Gavin’s piece by clicking on the link below.