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St. Kilda - Islands of Isolation

The Liquid Room
Installation by Elizabeth Ogilvie

St. Kilda - Islands of Isolation is the title of an exhibition featuring the work of four of Scotland's premier artists from a diverse range of media.

Visual artists Elizabeth Ogilvie and Will MacLean along with poet Professor Douglas Dunn and composer Kenneth Dempster (in conjunction with the Scottish Flute Trio) all contributed works relating to St. Kilda, the latter two specifically regarding the famous George Washington Wilson 1897 photograph of the 'St. Kilda's Parliament' . Will MacLean's contribution of three sculptures entitled 'Atlantic Messangers' and Elizabeth Ogilvie's installation 'The Liquid Room' both relate to the sea in the context of remote island inhabitation

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St. Kilda - Islands of Isolation<br /> <br /> The Liquid Room<br /> Installation by Elizabeth Ogilvie

INVERNESS: North Uist

2000s

culture; visual arts; exhibition; installation; commission; Into The Oceanic; Elizabeth Ogilvie; Douglas Dunn; conceptual art; literature; poetry; sea; ocean; water; text; Atlantic; Hirte; music; Scottish Flute Trio

Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust

TCT - Aura A (photographs)

St. Kilda - Islands of Isolation is the title of an exhibition featuring the work of four of Scotland's premier artists from a diverse range of media.<br /> <br /> Visual artists Elizabeth Ogilvie and Will MacLean along with poet Professor Douglas Dunn and composer Kenneth Dempster (in conjunction with the Scottish Flute Trio) all contributed works relating to St. Kilda, the latter two specifically regarding the famous George Washington Wilson 1897 photograph of the 'St. Kilda's Parliament' . Will MacLean's contribution of three sculptures entitled 'Atlantic Messangers' and Elizabeth Ogilvie's installation 'The Liquid Room' both relate to the sea in the context of remote island inhabitation