Crockery I moved to Glasgow with prepared for plantings is a broken bowl filled with soil which is drenched in the fragrance Clinique Happy For Men. The bowl was one of two I bought to Glasgow, along with three plates and two mugs.

During the ancient Athenian festival of the Adonia the women of Athens would mourn the death of Adonis on the rooftops of their houses. One of the ways they would do this was by growing ‘gardens of Adonis’ in shards of broken pottery, wicker baskets, or other improvised receptacles, sometimes 'watered' with perfume. These planters would be sown with the seeds of fast germinating plants like wheat, barley, lettuce, and fennel, which in the midsummer heat would sprout, shrivel, and die within days.

This work was shown in the GSA MFA Interim Show, at the Reid Gallery, Glasgow, alongside the pasted print work 5 insults, 2 fantasias, and a text by Bruce Benderson (2014), the sculptural work A rhetorical folding screen for James Bidgood (2014), and the video work White Adonis (2014).