ALISON KINNAIRD: UNKNOWN │ Aberdeen Art Gallery → March 2015

Year : 2013. Dimensions :  approx 190cm x 190cm. Photographer: Alison Kinnaird. Details: Ongoing work 2010-2013. Entire installation is approx 190cm x 190cm. There are 48 free-standing soldiers, each 45cm high. They are water-jet cut, individually sandblasted and wheel-engraved, then illuminated with LED lighting.
Year: 2013. Dimensions: approx 190cm x 190cm. Photographer: Alison Kinnaird. Details: Ongoing work 2010-2013. Entire installation is approx 190cm x 190cm. There are 48 free-standing soldiers, each 45cm high. They are water-jet cut, individually sandblasted and wheel-engraved, then illuminated with LED lighting.

“Ɖs insṭlešn z ɖ ātist’s rspons t ɖ conflicts in ɖ wrld tde n uṇvýḍbl memriz v conflicts past, in ɖs sentīnri yir v ɖ Wor t end ol Worz. Glas sīmd ɖ prfct mīdı̣m in ẇč t repriznt ɖ fṛjiḷti v lîf in wortîm. Ɖ āmi v glas figrz r arenjd in rejimentd roz, bt č z ynīcli ingrevd. Alisn Cinerd z wn v ɖ fy ātists cīpñ alîv ɖ ênčnt āt v ẇīlingrevñ. Š cmbînz ɖs wɖ modn tecnoḷji sč az wōtrjet cutñ n LIDz ẇč trap lît wɖn ɖ glas.

Ɖ tur v ɖs insṭlešn z in asošiešn wɖ Popi Scotḷnd, n z ṣpwtd bî Myziymz n Gaḷriz Scotḷnd, Ɖ Bincs Trust n Lestr n Mẹri Bwli.”

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