5 insults, 2 fantasias, and words by Bruce Benderson is a set of eight digital prints which were pasted onto the window of the Reid Gallery, Glasgow. Seven of the prints face outwards; the insults are obtuse and mildly derogatory statements, while the fantasias are ink drawings based on two of James Bidgood’s classicist photographs. The words by Bruce Benderson, from a monograph on Bidgood and rewritten by hand, face inwards, towards the gallery and, in order, the sculptural works Crockery I moved to Glasgow with prepared for plantings (2014) and A rhetorical folding screen for James Bidgood (2014), and the video work White Adonis (2014).