Dependency  —
James St. Findlay



An exhibition of new work by James St Findlay drawing on themes of romantic despair, the endless platitudes associated with ‘true love’, the idea of infinity, and the mechanical relationship between stones in an archway. If you don’t come, my heart will be broken, I need you baby, I need you more than ever, please don’t go etc etc.

The exhibition involves sixteen ceramic tablets, sculptural works, and the film ‘APEX PREDATOR’, as well as a publication indexing the tablets. 

Intersectional Event: 

Publication Launch 05.02.19 – 18:00-21:00 

Buy publication here.

Featuring music by Andrew Thom Neil. 

Curator: Isabella Shields 

Documentation: Malcolm Cochrane

Exhibition Text: written by James St. Findlay, designed by Mook Attanath.

With thanks to Creative Scotland for exhibition funding.

The Skinny’s Review of DEPENDENCY:

“Tenderly but sharply, Findlay brings to the light the worst trash that’s been hoarded away in the dead end alleyways of heterosexual and gendered love roles.”  The Skinny

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