Work Screen Based

Screen Based

Work developed for viewing on screen—such as Flight where the scrolling action of the viewer is integral to the piece. There are also a couple of short films from my Arctic residency along with a selection of time-lapse works. My interest in envisioning things we can’t ordinarily see first led me to experiment with some rudimentary time-lapse work whilst on a residency at Hospitalfield House in Arbroath in 2003 and I’ve returned to this technique periodically ever since.

Sea Change

Sea Change

In 2005 I was artist in residence on a Russian Icebreaker in the Arctic Ocean. When I returned to Scotland I began to experiment with time-lapse film and melting ice in various forms.

I found the...

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Flight

Flight

The Scottish Society of Artists (SSA) website includes information about artists based in Scotland. In the late nineties any SSA artist could provide up to five images for a portfolio page on the...

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99

99

In 2005, I was artist in residence on a Russian Icebreaker in the Arctic Ocean. Since my return I have experimented with time-lapse film and melting ice in various forms. I found it difficult to...

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Parterre

Parterre

I first experimented with time-lapse film in 2003 during an artist's residency at Hospitalfield House, an arts centre on the East Coast of Scotland. This rough and ready piece was an attempt to...

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Milk Rocket

Milk Rocket

In 2005 I was artist in residence on a Russian Icebreaker in the Arctic Ocean. When I returned to Scotland I began to experiment with time-lapse film and melting ice in various forms. One of...

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For The Soul

For The Soul

For The Soul is, in part, in memory of a friend who occasionally quoted an approximation of the words of a 17th century Persian poet:

If of thy mortal goods thou art bereft, 
And from thy slender store...

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