PROJECTABILITY Mono, 12 King’s Court, King Street, Glasgow noon-1am (Sunday noon-6pm) 0141 552 9458 www.monorailmusic.com It’s been suggested that the therapy aspect of Project Ability’s work means its exhibitions are not always assessed with the rigour applied to other galleries, but it is equally true that the standard it shows is often very high. This season it had work in its own gallery and the Auld Kirk Museum in Kirkintilloch, but the last one is at the city’s hippest record shop/bar-cafe through the good offices of Stephen Pastel. Last chance to see it this weekend, but Saturday runs into Sunday at Mono. NORTHERNCITY(BETWEEN LIGHTANDDARK) The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow 10.30am-5pm 0141 221 6362 www.thelighthouse.co.uk Jekyll and Hyde, Confessions of a Justified Sinner, and The Testament of Gideon Mack fractured through the dish of the Camera Obscura. Sort of. Artists Dalziel & Scullion, Nathan Coley and Victoria Clare Bernie team up with architectural practices to explore the duality of Auld Reekie. There is a nice conceit in the former home of the Glasgow Herald housing the outcome of these “conversations”, as they’ve been described, about the schizophrenic character of Edinburgh. The show runs until March 4 (although it is closed tomorrow untilWednesday) and then goes off to the Palagio di Parte Guelfa in Florence. DOUGLASGORDON: SUPERHUMANATURAL Inverleith House, Edinburgh 10am-3.30pm, 0131 552 7171 Far too big to take in on one day, the retrospective of the work of one of Scotland’s most internationally successful contemporary artists is also occupying the National Galleries’ Royal Scottish Academy building on the Mound. But who wants to fight their way through Edinburgh’s Hogmanay revellers? On until January 14, the Inverleith exhibits are a complete collection of Gordon‘s wall texts in the former home of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art itself, the 1997 video installation Between Darkness and Light (After William Blake) in the Caledonian Hall, and a new piece, Plato’s Cave in a former washhouse building.