Latitude

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

    Original languageEnglish
    Media of outputOther
    Size24 minutes
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    title = "Latitude",
    author = "Matthew Dalziel and Louise Scullion",
    note = "'Latitude' was one of a suite of commissioned collaborations between leading Scottish based architectural practices and artists, entitled NORTHERN CITY. The project was curated by The Lighthouse - Scotland’s Centre for Architecture, Design and The City. Dalziel + Scullion collaborated with Sutherland Hussey, award winning Edinburgh Based architects, others involved included 2007 Turner Prize Nominee Nathan Coley with Gross – Max and Metis with Victoria Bernie. The works were shown at the Lighthouse and in St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh as part of the Six Cities Design Project, then began an international tour starting at the Palagio di Parte Guelfa, Florence, 12 - 25 March 2007. 'Latitude' is a kind of panorama. The panorama, invented by Thomas Barker, prefigured modern installation art - you stood inside and were surrounded by a painted scene as though it was real. This is a multiple panorama, however, and everything moves. Four films are projected in sequence on a screen. In each one the camera pans through 360 degrees at a different location around Edinburgh but the screen moves through 360 degrees simultaneously. It sounds quite dizzying, but it is all very slow. Calton Hill, itself the site of Barker's original Panorama, is one of the locations, another is the Botanics. The other two sites are anonymous modern cityscapes. Thus the two sides of modern Edinburgh are presented, its distinguished history and its rather more mundane present. Evidence: DVD and portfolio of supporting evidence dc.format: 4 projections (24 minutes in length)",
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    Dalziel, M & Scullion, L, Latitude, 2007, Digital or Visual Products.
    Latitude. Dalziel, Matthew (Author); Scullion, Louise (Author). 2007.

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

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