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Fionn Duffy

I can see your bones but I don't know how to read them

EXHIBITION: 18 - 28 MAY 2023
Free, Opening hours: Mon - Tue 4 - 7pm,

Wed - Sun 12 - 4pm (Sun 28th, 12 - 3pm)


Provost Smith Memorial Chapel, Eden Court, Bishop’s Road, Inverness  IV3 5SA

Getting here   | Access - the entrance is accessible by wheelchair, with six disabled parking bays located at the front of the building.​



Exhibition Preview - Thursday 18 May, 6 - 8pm,

Film Screening - Saturday 27 May, 4:30 - 5:30pm


Fionn Duffy is an interdisciplinary artist working with sculpture, video and text. This exhibition features glass and ceramic work from her long-term project A Mineral Dance, which considers historic industry in Scottish coastal regions and their interactions with our environments. Circus Artspace are delighted to present this solo exhibition from the recipient of our 2022 Seed Bed residency at Black Isle Permaculture and Arts.

Fionn graduated from an MFA at Glasgow School of Art in 2020. She considers practice as a continuous act of learning from material, landscapes and people. This means that every piece of work becomes a collaborative endeavor, be it with other humans, living beings or minerals.  


Artist's Website  |  Instagram @fionn000 

Thank you to Eden Court for supporting us with the space and film screening:

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