David Fullarton's latest body of work represents a stubborn refusal to treat the seriousness of our malaise with any respect. This is art that laughs in the face of our anxieties and ruthlessly skewers our fears, failures and shared fragility. Mr Fullarton apparently intends his droll dissection of the ever-increasing absurdity of modern existence to be of help in our struggle to cope with the human predicament.
It is hard not to be enamored by a press release that begins with “We live in a world overflowing with stupidity…” David Fullarton’s sharp, dry humor is evoked in every line of this exhibition and it is an antidote to a world gone mad. He makes no claims that art can save the world, only offering “Some Things That May Be Helpful At Some Point,” as the show is titled. Don’t miss it.