The Earth Turned To Bring Us Closer
The irrepressible Dalziel + Scullion have created an unmissible, unforgettable installation. It enshrines the very essence of Scottish art in the 21st century. By staying and allowing the images to seep into you, will you really appreciate the depth and importance of this work. Scotland On Sunday.
This is an artwork of immense, seductive power and art historical importance… It is photography as an art form as you will never have seen it before.
Scotland On Sunday
At the forefront of contemporary Scottish art practice, Louise Scullion and Matthew Dalziel have redefined the notion of environmental art, relating it to the media, installation, critical theory and technological exploration. In so doing the duo have introduced a new turning in a field hitherto historically ambivalent and ill at ease with current theory-led art orthodoxy. Fourth Door Review
Voyager by the Scottish artists Dalziel + Scullion brilliantly evokes exotic places, the spirit of adventure and the American wilderness. New York Times.
Dalziel + Scullion have created a decelerated world where instances persist and reverberate in indecipherable ways, an unbounded sense of time and a different realisation of the human place in the world. Portfolio Magazine.
As always with Dalziel + Scullion, the work transports us beyond the gallery space into contemplation of the world around us. Nature will continue, one senses the artists are saying, long after we are gone. Map Magazine
Dalziel + Scullion have created a thoughtful and intriguing show questioning our very ambition for the landscape in the 21st century. Sunday Times
Increasingly concerned with the environment and the damage mankind is doing to it; the duo’s work is in turn poetic and political, with equal measures of scientific and emotional qualities running through it. God may be in the detail, but so too is the power of Dalziel and Scullion’s epic, playful and deadly serious art. The Herald Magazine
This is an artwork of immense, seductive power and art historical importance… It is photography as an art form as you will never have seen it before. Dalziel + Scullion have realised what Constable meant when he declared his purpose to be, to capture nature with “a pure and unaffected manner”. They have created a new and uniquely truthful art of landscape. Scotland On Sunday
Meditative, mysterious and magical, this work typifies the art of Dalziel + Scullion whether at home or on the fjords. Art Review