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    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2001

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    title = "Home",
    author = "Matthew Dalziel and Louise Scullion",
    note = "'Home' was a major touring exhibition (Milton Keynes Art Gallery,09.03.2002 – 28.04.2002:Manchester City Art Gallery 05.12.2002 – 02.02.2003) that explored ideas about the animated forces that created the landscapes we now inhabit. Five new works were made: 'Drift', a photographic construction, 'Voyager', three cast aluminium sculptures, 'Water Falls Down', a video projection, 'Habitat', also video installation and 'Postcard', a video work for monitor. The project was part-funded by a Scottish Arts Council Bursary allowing initial fieldwork to be carried out in Norway and the production of a publication cataloguing ten years of practice. Some of the works went on to be shown in other exhibitions as solo pieces or as part of international group shows funded by The Henry Moore Foundation and The National Touring Programme of Arts Council of England. 'Water Falls Down' has been shown at The Photographer’s Gallery, London and Ibid Projects - Vilnius, and purchased for the permanent collections of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Standard Life Investments PLC, London and The Ferns Gallery, Hull. The exhibition was accompanied by 'Home', catalogue part funded by the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland and published by The Fruitmarket Gallery, 96 pages, illustrated, full colour, (ISBN: 0 9479 12 08 8), Essays by: Keith Hartley, Senior Curator Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; David Ward, selector for the 1990 British Art Show; Judith Findlay, art critic & cultural historian. The making of the original exhibition at Fruitmarket was recorded in a BBC 30-minute documentary, 'Electric Landscapes', as part of the series Artwork Scotland, broadcast 16.12.01. A second film was made by Illuminations documenting the work of Dalziel + Scullion. The DVD is now held by over 250 arts venues and college libraries. Evidence: DVD, Catalogue and portfolio of supporting evidence dc.description.sponsorship: Scottish Arts Council Bursary Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland coverage.spatial: Manchester City Art Gallery 05.12.2002 – 02.02.2003 Exhibition at Milton Keynes Art Gallery,09.03.2002 - 28.04.2002 Exhibition at Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 01/12/2001 - 12/01/2002 dc.format: 5 varied works dc.isbasedon: 'Home', The Fruitmarket Gallery, 96 pages, illustrated, full colour, (ISBN: 0 9479 12 08 8) dc.type: Artwork Artwork",
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    Dalziel, M & Scullion, L, Home, 2001, Digital or Visual Products.
    Home. Dalziel, Matthew (Author); Scullion, Louise (Author). 2001.

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

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