Dan Walwin creates works that attend closely to the observed patterns and rhythms of their subjects, as ways of finding keys to their operating logic. These function by combining video, sound and sculpture to channel visceral sensation, playing with the scale and dissonance of forces and forms. Recent solo exhibitions and screenings include True place, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Prague; Enclosures and Desertion (screening), Whitechapel Gallery, London; and Bridge with sound, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rennes as part of the 6th Rennes Biennale
This new work has been commissioned for the gallery and courtyard of David Dale Gallery, a not-for-profit contemporary art gallery and artists’ studios housed in the former David Dale College building in Bridgeton.
Supported by Glasgow International, Creative Scotland, Amsterdams Fonds Voor De Kunst, the Mondriaan Fund, and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.