The Scotsman (★ ★ ★ ★): “In Drone, the sadness, the unfreedom, and the glimpses of a possible different way of being are universal, and exquisitely evoked through the tumbling cloudscapes and vistas in Jamie Wardrop’s stunning circular backdrop of moving visual images.”
The Stage (★ ★ ★ ★) "Jamie Wardrop’s restless video – sometimes sci-fi, sometimes like grainy military targets, all mixed live"
The Herald(★ ★ ★ ★) "Key to this too is Jamie Wardrop’s barrage of projections, so we initially see things through a drone’s eye view as a glammed-up Giles incants over the sonic and visual assault that blasts in from all sides."
The Skinny(★ ★ ★ ★) "This performance is that often rare instance of a multi-disciplinary production that feels organically fused together with a unifying aesthetic... live visuals from Jamie Wardrop. Projections move between organic and inorganic, between waterfalls and the tile-lined pool Henry is seen submerging himself in. .. it’s a loud yet nonetheless meditative piece of theatre."
FOR THE DWELLING PLACE - HIDDEN DOOR FESTIVAL, EDINBUrGH, 2017
The Scotsman (★ ★ ★ ★)"a welcome revival of James and Lewis Wardrop’s The Dwelling Place, a fine and vivid show-cum-installation that uses film, still photography, sound, live music and ceilidh-style storytelling to explore the ideas unleashed when the brothers walked into an uninhabited house in Leverburgh, Harris, to find most of the former inhabitant’s belongings still there, slowly decaying."
FOR REBIRTH POOL - CCA, GLASGOW 2016
Exuent(★ ★ ★ ★) "Glasgow artist Jamie Wardrop’s beautiful Rebirth Pool is an immersive soundscape and shifting graphic artwork, full of psychedelic shapes and ambient music. Participants can lie underneath and become wrapped around the work, or just walk around it and enjoy it purely as an art installation. It invites comparisons with MRI scanners, or chill-out spaces in nightclubs from the early days of rave culture. It is soothing and trippy, all infused with the bubbling, fragmented organic imagery akin to Future Sound of London and Orbital."