Gair Dunlop  

art new media photography
born 1960 in Glasgow, Scotland.

My work covers a wide range of subject matter. The output of my various projects varies in both form and content but at the core of most of my practice is inquiry into the relation of identity, place, and the body.
I have made internet works, large-scale photographic pieces, and short films.
I have worked and exhibited in the UK, Europe, North America and Australia, and have a wide range of teaching experience.
I am currently preparing a project on the New Town experiment, using dialogue with the public and collaboration with other artists. Also on the way are projects on Industrial control rooms and the discoverers of the DNA structure.


2002/3 Writing DNA commission from Wellcome Trust, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the discovery of double helix DNA structure.

2002/3 Bitparts digital commission organised by FACT. Watercolour Gallery, Worcester

2002/3 A Town for Tomorrow [again]- research on New Town image and reality in Cumbernauld

2002 Revisiting the Picturesque: environmental art commission, Ludlow, Shropshire


2001 Space Cadet: 13 mins 30 secs. colour, stereo.
Magic Park: 2min 50 sec colour stereo.
Swiss Family Newport: 3min 3sec colour stereo.

2000    Short History of the Space Age: 53sec colour stereo.
Love Shack: 4min 25sec colour stereo.