Atom Town: artworks and writing about people places and technology by Gair Dunlop
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My new website is www.atomtown.org
This reflects the dissolution of the `UK as a meaningful concept.
Please adjust your address book and your sense of being in the world.
NEWS FOR NOVEMBER 2021
DO IT YOURSELF? DO IT WITH OTHERS
Two films, two collaborations- showing at the 123rd Society of Scottish Artists Annual Exhibition.
I'm delighted to announce that the ablab + dunlop collaboration is back on the road. Or near the road. We've always been a bit offroad, to be honest.
'BROKE ICON' is in the Cutlog artist moving image installation at the SSA. Preview Sunday 31st October. Running from 1st -23rd November.
Also showing: 'Europe Endless' by Lucy Smith and Gair Dunlop.
Thirdly- but not lastly- some reflections on understanding place and meaning through a longterm collaboration between artists and 20th century archaeologists.
'The Technological Sublime': Combining Art and Archaeology in Documenting Change at the Former RAF Coltishall is an Open Access article by John Schofield and Gair Dunlop. Text, photographs, video, humour and shock combine.
A feature on my wanderings among the Military Pastoral Complex is featured in the latest edition of the Modernist magazine.
Issue 39- KILLER- is guest edited by Alex Boyd and Linda Ross, and concerns animal experimentation zones, entropic bunkers, over-the-horizon radar stations and some of my RAF Coltishall work. Available from all good art distributors.