Long View

Created: 2009

Categories: Exhibition Works

Solo Exhibition – Park Gallery, Falkirk

A series of experimental works in the form of wall-mounted sculptures and image-based works, employing drawing, painting and photography. Geological processes that form and underlie topography were the starting point for research – how landscape is not a fixed permanent background but is effected by natural forces and changed over time. The exhibition contains earlier works, research and approaches to using materials that chart the evolution and realisation of the body of work.

Installation view of Long View exhibition
Panoramic install shot of Long View exhibition
Square relief sculpture in dark grey green. Standing proud from it are lots of egg shaped forms, in various reds. These have stripes on them in various arrangements.
Wall mounted sculpture, orange background with pseudo stones, some dark blue black, some this colour but with white lines.
Square relief sculpture in yellow ochre. Standing proud from it are lots of egg shaped forms, in various reds. These have stripes on them in various arrangements.
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