You'll Get Used To It
Oliver Braid is a visual artist living and working in Glasgow. Born in Birmingham in 1984, he studied at Falmouth College of Arts and Glasgow School of Art. He has recently exhibited Love Made Easy at The Mutual, Glasgow, I’m 26 & I’ve Got Nothing at BBC Scotland, Glasgow and I’ll Look Forward To It at Collective, Edinburgh as part of their New Work Scotland Programme 2011. He is currently exhibiting My Five New Friends, his first large scale solo exhibition, at The Royal Standard, Liverpool and online at Throughout 2012 he is co-hosting a weekly pop-philosophy radio show with the artist Ellie Harrison, The Ellie & Oliver Show, through CultureLab Radio, Newcastle and is involved with the artist’s therapy group Artist Anonymous.

Richard Taylor (b.Sheffield 1985) is an artist and writer based in Edinburgh, whose practice uses abstract narratives and drawing to develop painted, sculptural and site-responsive works. In recent projects miniature pencilled imaginations and texts are used as a reference to plan installations and film work.

Recent projects include 'Gnommero: Exactitude', Glasgow, 'Ipso Facto' an exhibition at Superclub Gallery & Studios, Edinburgh, contribution to Critical Writing Collective's 2011 publication 'Copy // Unfold', Yorkshire, 'Two Men in a Room', The Old Ambulance Depot, Edinburgh. Upcoming projects include 'Parallèlement à l'intérieur (au-dessus de)’, a series of manifestos and exhibitions, including two-week residency at Go-Go Gallery in Amsterdam, for The Mutual Charter and GI 2012, Richard Parry's response to Embassy Gallery's 'Salon Neu', and a contribution to Kate Grenyer's 'Attention Seeker', Edinburgh College of Art.

Hugh Dichmont is a writer and artist based in Nottingham, UK. His work often explores the subtleties of language; its ambiguities and limitations as a container of feelings, ideas and experience. He will be studying an MA in Writing for Stage and Broadcast Media at the Central School of Speech & Drama, London, in 2012.

Dave Bain: I responded to the brief of incorporating the words "You'll Get Used To It" combined with the theme of hair loss and balding by composing a semi-fictional version of my own story, moving through a series of stages from a full head of hair to none, with the letters of the slogan tattooed sequentially into the necks of each profile.

Tom Godfrey: Born 1981 in High Wycombe, currently studying on the MFA program at Glasgow School of Art. Forthcoming exhibitions include B.C.#2, Beach, London, March 2012; Spit Falls, WPP Project Space, Leeds University, April 2012 (solo). Recent exhibitions include Dovble Trovble, CCA, Glasgow, Jan 2012; B.C.#2, MEXICO, Leeds, Jan 2012; Rain, Cell Project Space, London, 2011; Orange in Nets, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham, 2010 (solo); The Three Day Week, Castle & Elephant, Coventry, 2010 (solo) and Indoor Life, Walden Affairs, The Hague, The Netherlands, 2010. Curatorial projects include Keep Floors and Passages Clear, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham, 2010 and White Columns, New York, 2011 and the ongoing Marbled Reams print project.

Mathew Parkin lives and works in Norwich, UK. His current work uses sculpture, organisation and design to explore ideas around identity and cultural production.

Neil McGuire is a designer and part-time tutor at Glasgow School of Art. He is also a founding member of State (design collective) and a member of the New Glasgow Society (civic urbanism group). He runs various self-initiated projects, such as Off-Brand, the Scottish Design Non-Awards, and Wealth of the Commons, and takes part in the extra-curricular projects of others, such as Common of Houses and Scotland Can Make It. More information can be found by digging around the depths of

Neil’s hobbies include collecting books, and writing things about himself in the third person.

Yvonne Rainer did not participate in this project at all – not one little bit.