Jim Lambie

Jim Lambie

Day-glow ladders leading to nowhere in particular populate the ground floor of Fruitmarket gallery like beanstalks. It’s half ‘psychedelic forest’, half ‘fairground mirror maze’, as Lambie has replaced the gap in between each rung with reflective glass... 

I Know What You Ate Last Summer

I Know What You Ate Last Summer

Brandishing a Tesco clubcard, Dr Mhairi Aitken warns us that a loyalty card can say a lot about you. Your dietary preferences, alcohol consumption even fitness levels can be, and indeed are, tracked by supermarkets and other corporations to build personal profiles of consumers... 

Tell Me Your Secrets and I'll Shout Them Out

Tell Me Your Secrets and I'll Shout Them Out

A sturdy tweed jacket hangs on a coat hanger, overlooking the sparse stage. There is an aged floral armchair and an end table with a decanter of what looks like brandy. Ella, the play’s elderly protagonist and only actor soon appears onstage and starts her 55-minute monologue... 

Urban Twist - Papercut Artwork

Urban Twist - Papercut Artwork

With the Fringe now in full flow here in Edinburgh, the Commonwealth Games just ended in Glasgow and the referendum set to decide Scotland’s future in September, you could well say that this is an important summer for Scotland...