Dalziel + Scullion’s artworks take many forms and embrace a variety of media. The constant within our work is our interest in mankind’s relationship with nature and we choose the media we think will best express our ideas and also that will resonate with the context the work responds to.
Film & Video - View All...
Turas Is Tumadh
A collaborative work with Aidan O Rourke that featured two films with live music
A short film reflecting on the correlation between a warming sun, the wind and a swarms of flies.
Three temporary works created for Edinburgh Castle, to celebrate the cultural programme that accompanied Scotland’s Great Summer of Sport in 2014.
A film installation for multiple screens studying a crowded seabird colony over a period of four months
Photography - View All...
Three double-sided internal lit suspended images
A selection of imagery from over 250 works that described a range of diverse Scottish habitats over eleven floors
Vale Of Leven Gardens
A series of backlit images for a new clinic in Alexandria.
Realm Of The Oystercatcher
A photographic series that observes the varied habitat of the Oystercatcher.
Sculpture - View All...
Large scale bronze and stone permanent sculpture at John O' Groats, Britains most northerly settlement.
A permanent structure dedicated to the phenomenon of rain.
Four garments designed to facilitate more immersive experiences in the great outdoors.
A multiple installation of 30 recumbent benches that aim to stimulate the senses and help you 'tune in' to the nature around you.