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...
A collaboration with Scottish musician and composer Iain Morrison for a performance that commemorates the centenary of the sinking of The IOLAIRE.
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.
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A series of photographic images created for Glasgow’s Motel One capturing the potential for reflection and renewal, intrinsic in the activity of taking a journey.
An artist’s guidebook that offers a series of instructions to engage with and explore landscapes, recognising the great distance that has opened up between us, as 21st Century citizens, and our ability to ‘read’ the natural environment that surrounds us.
On two sets of billboards, a selection of 36 birds that live locally to the city of Dundee, are represented by their eggs.
Three double-sided internal lit suspended images
Sculpture - View All...
A series of standing stones that engage and reflect on the anatomy and psyche of being human.
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.