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Seminal Event

Michael Fullerton

20/04/2018 - 07/05/2018

Installation View, Seminal Event, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Installation View, Seminal Event, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Installation View, Seminal Event, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Installation View, Seminal Event, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Installation View, Seminal Event, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Modernist Warfare I, II & III ATTRAKT Oxytocin spray for him, ATTRAKT Oxytocin spray for her, Magnetic Stirrer, Plinth, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Lord Robertson with ebola, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Lanarkshire Council Headquarters, Hamilton Which Was Modelled After the United Nations Building, NYC, photograph, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Estée, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

English Landscape with Weaponised Foot and Mouth Disease, screenprint on paper, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Daddy in jail, oil on canvas, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Audrey Azoulay (Unesco Director General), oil on canvas, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Annete Bett, Hardie Street, Blantyre, oil on canvas, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

AGITPROP (Pornographic Version), Acrylic, Gum Arabic and Giemsa Stain on Somerset Newsprint, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

AGITPROP (Bolshevik Version), Acrylic, Gum Arabic and Giemsa Stain on Somerset Newsprint, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

 

Estée, Michael Fullerton, Queens Park Railway Club, 2018

All images courtesy Queens Park Railway Club and Patrick Jameson.

 

 

Seminal Event
Michael Fullerton

20.04 – 07.05.18

 

The historical impact of Scottish Enlightenment philosopher David Hume provides a starting point for new works by Glasgow-based artist Michael Fullerton.

Inspired by Allan Ramsay’s portrait of Hume, Fullerton will present paintings of some the philosopher’s living relatives, many of whom now live in the U.S.

Through these representations of the Scottish diaspora, the works are a reflection on the global dissemination and influence of Hume’s philosophies.

 

Supported by Glasgow International.