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Ill wind. (2014)
Physical Artefact
HENDERSON, D. 2014. Ill wind. [Watercolour].

This watercolour is a response to the changing weather patterns experienced by Aberdeen in recent years, with storm force winds causing havoc. David Henderson is the recipient of this year's David Gluck Memorial Award for this work, which was exhibit... Read More

Fade away and radiate. (2007)
Physical Artefact
BUCKLEY, J. 2007. Fade away and radiate. [Lighting installation].

This installation was commissioned as part of the SlowSpace FastPace exhibition, which occurred during the Art Trail Visual Arts Festival in September 2007, in Cork (Ireland). The installation was added to the Firkin Crane building.

Portfolio 2001-2007. (2007)
Physical Artefact
AGNEW, M. 2007. Portfolio 2001-2007. [Prints].

These works were created by Michael Agnew between 2001 and 2007 as part of the annual 'Portfolio' project. The project is led by Michael Agnew and Lennox Dunbar, and seeks to provide students with a first hand understanding of the curation, productio... Read More

Knightlights. (2007)
Physical Artefact
BUCKLEY, J. 2007. Knightlights. [Lighting installation].

This installation was commissioned by the IDEAS in Public Space project. It was installed on Knightstone Island, Weston-super-Mare.

You have forgotten why you asked us here; we cannot remember why we came. (2006)
Physical Artefact
TATHAM, J. and O'SULLIVAN, T. 2006. You have forgotten why you asked us here; we cannot remember why we came. [Sculptures].

This work was commissioned for the exhibition 'Try Again, Fail Again', part of Momentum: the 4th Nordic Biennale, 2 September - 15 October 2006, Moss Bryggeri Utstillinshall (and other venues), Norway. This commission is one within a sequence of piec... Read More

Aberdeen Dada siegt (folio no. (2006)
Physical Artefact
AGNEW, M. 2006. Aberdeen Dada siegt (folio no. 4). [Print].

The above work explores how ideas can be initially generated, bringing together icons and imagery from a variety of different sources, further developing this information into compositions and finally selecting an appropriate arrangement to be made a... Read More

A routine sequence of external actions. (2005)
Physical Artefact
TATHAM, J. and O'SULLIVAN, T. 2005. A routine sequence of external actions. [Sculptures].

A Routine Sequence Of External Actions was commissioned for the exhibition 'Scotland and Venice: Selective Memory' at the 51st Venice Biennale, 9 June - 6 November 2005. The occasion of the Venice Biennale provided a salient context within which to c... Read More

Delicate structures / Centre spot. (2005)
Physical Artefact
DUNBAR, L. 2005. Delicate structures / Centre spot. [Prints].

This pair of works explore issues of place, the artist's working context being rural and remote from mainstream artistic centres. Delicate Structures and Centre Spot are comments on the changing landscape of the north east of Scotland, from rural to... Read More

A Scottish tale / The inevitable. (2005)
Physical Artefact
DUNBAR, L. 2005. A Scottish tale / The inevitable. [Prints].

This pair of works were invited by publisher Benjamin Rinehart from the Center of Book Arts in New York, as part of a limited edition print portfolio titled, 'School Days: Cafeteria Plan'. The prints were submitted in a three-dimensional format, cons... Read More

Chameleon. (2004)
Physical Artefact
BUCKLEY, J. 2004. Chameleon. [Lighting installation].

This installation was part of the EcoMetro Exhibition that occurred during the Gwangju Biennale. It was installed in one of the subway trains and in the Geumnamro-4 station in Gwangju, Korea.

Slinky tower. (2004)
Physical Artefact
BUCKLEY, J. 2004. Slinky tower. [Lighting installation].

This artwork was commissioned by the New Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital as part of the hospital's arts project.

Scenes from a northern art school. (2003)
Physical Artefact
CRANSTON, A. 2003. Scenes from a northern art school. [Paintings].

A series of paintings of studios within Gray's School of Art at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. Done in situ, observing specific locations, they serve as universal signifiers. The paintings were exhibited as part of a group exhibition, 'Albatro... Read More

A sense of place. (2003)
Physical Artefact
DUNBAR, L. 2003. A sense of place. [Paintings].

This set of ten paintings was exhibited in 'Six Royal Academy Artists', 16 October - 5 December 2003, University of Central Florida, USA.

Inner becomes outer and outer becomes other, or, You've gotta get into it to get out of it. (2002)
Physical Artefact
TATHAM, J. and O'SULLIVAN, T. 2002. Inner becomes outer and outer becomes other, or, You've gotta get into it to get out of it. [Sculptures].

Inner becomes Outer and Outer becomes Other was commissioned for a group exhibition of forty-one international artists, 'My Head Is On Fire But My Heart Is Full Of Love', 8 May - 9 June 2002, Charlottenborg Udstillgsbygning, Copenhagen. The curators... Read More

The glamour. (2001)
Physical Artefact
TATHAM, J. and O'SULLIVAN, T. 2001. The glamour. [Lighting installation].

The Glamour was commissioned for the 2nd Berlin Biennale, held on 20 April - 20 June 2001. It was a continuation of The Glamour project that was first initiated in 2000 at the Transmission Gallery, Glasgow. It is composed of a set of devices - mirror... Read More

36 units. (1999)
Physical Artefact
DUNBAR, L. 1999. 36 units. [Prints].

36 Units was a set of intaglio prints constructed from over 200 plates. The work was exhibited at the following galleries between 1999 and 2000: Jewett Arts Centre, Boston; Kansas State University Gallery, Manhattan; Compass Gallery, Glasgow; Peacock... Read More