Dalziel + Scullion have been selected for important national and international exhibitions including the British Art Show and the Venice Biennale and have been awarded numerous awards and prizes including the Saltire Society Award for Art in Architecture, the Saltire Society Award for Art in Public Places, the Eco Prize for Creativity and were short-listed for the international Artes Mundi Prize 2008. They are invited to be speakers at leading conferences and symposiums on the subject of art and ecology including: Tipping Point, a conference of invited artists and scientists to explore the wider cultural issues around climate change at the Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Berlin; the Scottish Governments Arts and Environment Scotland, Climate Change – Gauging the Temperature at The University of Wales; Art In The Land at the University of Glasgow; Fieldworks, at Tate Modern; Art and Nature at Tate Britain; and at The Edinburgh Lecture Series, Edinburgh. Dalziel + Scullions work is also published in seminal survey books including Land Art, published by Tate publishing and L’Artiste Contemporain Et La Nature, published by Hazan.
Dalziel + Scullion have had solo exhibitions at Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Arnolfini, Bristol, Ikon Gallery Birmingham, Manchester Art Gallery, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, Centre of Contemporary Art in Glasgow, Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, National Media Museum, in Bradford, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow. They were also included in the 3rd British Art Show and have shown internationally at the Venice Biennale, Young British Artists in Rome, the Australian Centre For Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Am Polylog Project in Worgl, Austria, Madison Square Park in New York, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, the Meguro Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, Artconnexion in Lille, France, IBID Projects in Vilnius, Lithuania, Cinema Texas 7, Austin, Texas, 1st International Biennial of Video Art, Tel Aviv, Israel, Classic Independent Films, Naples, Italy and On The Edge, Feinstein lighthouse Norway.
Commissions include: Nomadic Boulders for John O’ Groats; Rosnes Bench throughout the landscape of Dumfries and Galloway; Strata, at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow; Some Distance From The Sun for HBOS Headquarters Edinburgh; More Than Us for SNH Headquarters in Inverness; Catalyst for Dundee City Centre; Migrator, for the British Airport Authority, Heathrow; Meltwater, for Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London; 4 minutes, for the Science Museum, London; Modern Nature, for Elrick Hill, Aberdeenshire; Rain for Oriel 31, Newtown, Wales; The Horn, for the M8 Motorway (West Lothian District Council); The Ontological Garden, for The Royal Children’s Hospital, Aberdeen, Birch Stand, for BA Commissions, Terminal 1, Heathrow Airport, London; The Realm Of the Oystercatcher, for The State Hospital, Carstairs, Lanark and Rain for Kaust University, Thuwai, Saudi Arabia.
The National Media Museum, Bradford; The Arts Council of England; The National Gallery of Modern Art Edinburgh; The British Council; The Science Museum, London; The Victoria and Albert Museum, London; The Craft Council of England; British Airport Authorities, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum; The Standard Life Collection, London; The Hennessey Collection, London; The Floback Collection, Miami, USA; The Navigator Foundation, Boston, USA; and Wimbledon College of Art Collection, London.