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Sites and Strategies by Gair Dunlop
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About : Sites and Strategies, selected artworks 2003-2011 contains short texts and images of recent artworks and projects by artist Gair Dunlop including : Atom Town, The Tomorrows Project and Century 21 Calling.

Published by Gair Dunlop October 2011

Gair Dunlop makes artworks which explore entropic Modernism: the New Town, the military airfield, the film archive and the memory of progress. Beginning as a photographer in London, he gained a degree in photography from the Polytechnic of Central London, and now has an MSc with distinction in Electronic Imaging from Duncan of Jordanstone College, Dundee. He is interested in combining elements of site-specific practice with digital technologies.

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This is Tomorrow by Gair Dunlop & Daniel Norton
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This is Tomorrow

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About to come

Published November 2004

bios to come

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Keep Focus by Gair Dunlop
Submitted by on June 10, 2002 – 9:38 pmNo Comment

Keep Focus

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About to come

Published June 2002

Gair Dunlop is an artist whose work inquires into the relation of identity, place, and the body. This has meant working with dance theatre groups, visitors to heritage environments, museum curators and staff and the public; on internet works, large-scale photographic pieces and short films. The process of dialogue is central to his practice. He recently worked with Scottish Natural Heritage on the island of Eigg and in Oban, making a piece with local children on their relation to the marine environment.

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