Jettison

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2001

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    Faithfull, D. (Author). (2001). Jettison. Digital or Visual Products, Retrieved from http://www.re-title.com/artists/david-faithfull.asp
    Faithfull, David (Author). / Jettison. [Digital or Visual Products].
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    note = "A series of prints, multiples and artist's books (ISBN 1900599147) investigating the wreckage and associated material salvaged from the site of a RAF Tornado F3 crash near Torness Nuclear Power Station in 1999. This research is part of a continuing inquiry (reflected across all outputs) to define the role of the graphic based artist during a period of environmental crisis and military conflict. What arises is a hybrid practice embracing Fine Art, Illustration, Graphic Design and Curatorial Practice that is socially engaged. Through a variety of national and international exhibitions, Jettison disseminates its message to the public at large. In ‘Jettison 1: flotsam’ a flight Crash Investigation facsimile, details the site of the crash, the flight paths both proposed and actual of the plane and the ejector seats, the salvaged wreckage and its possible positioning within the original plane. ‘Jettison 2: jetsom’ records the final flight path of pilot and plane in flip book form, detailing the rotation of the ejector seat and the planes final descent. ‘Jettison 3: shard’ presents a fragment of the wreckage packaged as a boxed multiple, whilst ‘Jettsion 4: kit’, a double sided, hand lithoed print, records all the wreckage fragments in model aeroplane ‘kit’ form. This invites the viewer as participant in the crash investigation, to assemble the numbered pieces, following the numberless instructions to their own particular constructions and conclusions. ‘Jettison 5: fission’ currently in production is the final element in the series and investigates the safety of Nuclear Power Stations generally and their location near or indeed beneath domestic and military flight paths and routes. Evidence: Jettison publication and portfolio of supporting evidence coverage.spatial: Exhibition at Manchester Craft and Design centre Exhibition at Broekhuis Boekhandel, Enschede, Netherlands Exhibition at Edinburgh Printmakers Gallery Exhibition at The Bradford Gallery, Bradford College Exhibition at Galerie Brno, Brno, Czech Republic Exhibition at RBSA Gallery Birmingham dc.format: A series of prints, multiples and artist's books dc.isbasedon: Jettison 1 - 3 artists books, Faithfull, David, (2001), ISBN 190059 dc.type: Artwork Artwork",
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    Faithfull, D, Jettison, 2001, Digital or Visual Products.
    Jettison. Faithfull, David (Author). 2001.

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

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