ONE of the world's most renowned dance troupes are descending on Glasgow for a unique project.

The Seldoms, from Chicago, will be taking part in artist Fraser Taylor's latest project following his return to Glasgow after 16 years in America.

Fraser spent more than a decade in Chicago working, and has now developed the Toolbox project with the prestigious dance group.

The collaboration will also involve Scottish visual artists Frances Lightbound and Ines Bento Coelho, while BAFTA award-winning director Callum Rice will create a film of the entire project.

During the project, they will share ways of working and inspire each other to create new and different pieces.

Over the past week, the visual artists have been working to create the stage at the venue, and now they will work with the dance group to create their final piece.

Members of the public are invited to view the project in progress every day until July 28, between 1pm and 5pm at the Studio Pavilion.

The week-long project will culminate in a closing reception from 6-8pm on Friday at Studio Pavilion.

It will be the first time ever a dance piece has been performed at the venue, which sits adjacent to the historic House for an Art Lover.

Alongside the Toolbox project, the group will host The Work Room at Tramway in Albert Drive.

Fraser Taylor said: “I am really thrilled to be working with The Seldoms, Frances, Ines and Callum on this exciting project.

"With dance you have to design a set and fill a stage – it is such a large field to play with, as opposed to a piece of paper or canvas.

"Toolbox is about the dilemma that artists face when their work gets formulaic – you’ve found the tools that enable you to make work in a certain way but is suddenly loses its meaning and that’s what this project is all about making us challenge and think about our process in another way.