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Dan Walwin, who lives and works in Amsterdam, attends closely to the movement of subjects, from the embodied camera to the gallery visitor. The environments that the artist creates combine video, sound, sculpture and installation in order to channel visceral sensations associated with particular forms of containment. Walwin has had recent solo exhibitions at Centre for Contemporary Arts, Prague, P/////AKT, Amsterdam and Cell Project Space, London.
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 Creative Scotland, Glasgow International and Mondriaan Fund