Posts Tagged ‘installation’
Ponderoas whirlpool has been made for Blackfoot pathways, Sculpture in the Wild in Lincoln, Montana and is the 8th work here to be made in place. It is 46′ in diameter and made entirely of beetle killed pine and fir with stone pebbles in between and one boulder at the bottom of the vortex, […]
2016 | Commissions, Works Outside | Media: earth, installation, logs, trees, Whirlpool | Tags: earth work, ecology, environmental, installation, landscape, sculpture, vortex
This work was made for the Ashland housing development community project in Milton Keynes. The project started in October 2012 and was finally constructed in May 2014. The idea was to make something which kids and adults in the community could use and to look at the whole piece of adjoining Parks Trust land. The […]
2014 | Commissions, Works Outside | Media: logs, wood | Tags: environmental, installation, land art, landscape, sculpture
The work is a temporary installation at Abbaye Jumieges, near Rouen in France for the festival of Water in the region Seine Maritime. It takes the shape and dimensions of the big arch of the ruined church and fills it with a flow pattern of water and blood from the heart, drawing a link to […]
2013 | Commissions, Latest, Works Outside | Media: logs, stone | Tags: envirenmental, flow pattern, installation, land art
There are three works, which were commissioned for the Schlossmediale festival Mushroom Cloud – Installed into a windowless stone room in the basement of the castle, the work is 5 m. tall by 2.3 m. wide. You enter the room by a low archway from where all that is visible is the glowing base, as […]
2012 | Commissions, Exhibitions, Mapping, Mushrooms, Works Outside | Media: ashes, dried mushrooms, earth, installation, mural, nylon thread | Tags: burned, clouds, installation, mural, mushrooms
Royal British Society of Sculptors With William Mackerell and Simon Linington This was an open submission show which featured two sets of work based on an idea. I showed Destroying Angel Trinity and Destroying Angel Nevada.
2012 | Exhibitions, Mapping, Mushrooms | Media: hand written text, nylon thread, Perspex box, spore prints, thorn sticks | Tags: installation, Mushroom clouds, mushrooms, suspended, text
Taigh Chearsabghagh Museum and Arts Centre, North Uist, Western Isles – 4th September – 30th October 2010 Sabhal Mor Ostaig, Sleat, Isle of Skye – 27th November 2010 – 5th March 2011 Dovecot, Edinburgh – 5th August – 5th September 2011 Funded By Taigh Chearsabhagh and Creative Scotland, curated by Andy Mackinnon The project began […]
2011 | Exhibitions | Media: heather, print, salmon skins, willow | Tags: canoe, environmental, installation, landscape, print, text, works on paper
Pori Museum of Art, Pori Finland Curated by John Grande and Pia Hovi-Assad. This was a survey exhibition with historical work (Smithson, Christo etc) with more contemporary artists around the theme of ecology.
2011 | Exhibitions | Media: ashes, dust, logs, print | Tags: digital print, environmental, installation, landscape, mushroom, vortex, wall drawing, whirlpool, works on paperComments (0)
An installation in The Malga Costa barn, Arte Sella, in the Sella Valley, Borgo Valsugana, Italy, Funded by Arte Sella. A mushroom cloud of over 6000 pieces of dried fungi slices, sealed in acrylic and suspended between a steel frame and the floor on nylon thread – lit from beneath. Digital print in an edition […]
2010 | Photoworks, Prints | Media: Inkjet Print | Tags: desert, earth, ecology, environmental, gene sequence, installation, nuclear, print, science, text, wall drawing
An installation in The Malga Costa barn, Arte Sella, in the Sella Valley, Borgo Valsugana, Italy. Funded by Arte Sella. A mushroom cloud of over 6000 pieces of dried fungi slices, sealed in acrylic and suspended between a steel frame and the floor on nylon thread – lit from beneath. 230 x 500 cm
2010 | Exhibitions, Mapping, Mushrooms | Media: dried fungi, nylon thread, steel, wood | Tags: cloud, environmental, installation, mushroomsComments (0)
This is a 14’ long open woven canoe made on site at Taigh Chearsabhagh Arts Centre, North Uist, from willow, hazel, heather and salmon skins which are wrapped around the gunwales, struts, keel and paddle. The work was part of a one person show called Land Water and Language, made after the experience of a […]
2010 | Mapping, Vessels | Media: hazel, heather, salmon skins, willow | Tags: environmental, installation, plants, sculpture, Vessel, woven
CHRIS DRURY Mushrooms | Clouds – Nevada Museum of Art, Reno A one person show about use and abuse of land in Nevada with an over reaching theme of life, death and regeneration. Funded by Nevada Museum of Art and the For-Site Foundation. The work was a result of several collaborations: With the Staff and […]
2008 | Exhibitions | Media: mixed media, print, video | Tags: environmental, gene sequence, installation, landscape, mushrooms, photoworks, political, prints, text, videos, wall drawing, works on paperComments (0)
Installation view of Of Earth and Blood – fingerprints made with hand prints in two colors of local earth. Museum Artiumof Álava, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.
2008 | Exhibitions | Media: earth | Tags: earth, environmental, fingerprint, installation, landscape, micro/macro, political, vortex, wall drawingComments (0)
Made in Collaboration with Dr Lynn Fenstermaker, the work shows a microscope image of Microcoleus vaginata which is growing in the soils of the Nevada Nuclear Test site where 100 atmospheric bombs were tested. Next to it is an image from space of the that same test site. Microcoleus vaginata is a cyanobacteria, which were […]
2008 | Photoworks, Prints | Media: Inkjet Print | Tags: desert, earth, ecology, environmental, gene sequence, installation, nuclear, print, science, text, wall drawing
Life in the Field of Death 1 2008 Inkjet print, ed 3/6 410 x 610 mm. Collection Nevada Museum of Art and Desert Research Institute, Reno Life in the Field of Death 11 Stenciled Nevada test site soils on the wall or on paper. Dimensions variable. Collection Nevada Museum of Art 559 […]
2008 | Gene Sequences, Mapping | Media: digital print, earth, rocks | Tags: desert, earth, ecology, environmental, gene sequence, installation, nuclear, print, science, text, wall drawing
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa, Tongarewa, Wellington Installation view of Spore Waves a projection of a mushroom spore print onto the surface of a mirror pool. The pool has an electrical pulse going through it, which distorts and creates waves in the reflected image on the wall.
2008 | Exhibitions | Media: projection, video, water installation | Tags: environmental, installation, landscape, mushroom, projection, videoComments (0)
Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga, California This was a project with a large woven work around a redwood tree outside, highlighting the flow of sap in trees and two installations in the gallery; one of the vortices in the body, as fingerprints from 25 local people in earth on the walls, and the other as […]
2005 | Exhibitions | Media: earth, pine needles, sticks, stone | Tags: earth, environmental, fingerprints, installation, landscape, micro/macro, vortex, wall drawing
Stephen Lacey Galley, London. Heart of Stone installation – slate on wood frame – dimensions variable. The form is from blood flow patterns in the heart. Also installations at Aberystwyth University Art Gallery and at Oriel Mostyn in Llandudno. Blood flow patterns in Welsh slate on wood frame. 498 x 860 x 30 cm
2004 | Exhibitions | Media: drawing, slate, work on paper | Tags: environmental, installation, landscape, mushrooms, text, vortex, whirlpoolComments (0)
Fabrica, Brighton, UK A 10m high woven double dome in hazel and willow as a one-month installation on the theme of shelter. Commissioned by Fabrica, funded by National Arts Lottery and Brighton & Hove Council.