Tri-angulation

Rawlings, J. 2008. Tri-angulation. Duff House (outstation National gallery of Scotland)

TitleTri-angulation
CreatorsRawlings, J.
Description

Tri-angulation is a multi-projection video installation using acrylic and black glass screens. The video loops, based on 3 separate historic journeys explore contemporary issues around migration and dis-location. The journeys were taken by a Polish Displaced person after WW2, a young woman travelling to India in 1845 and impoverished and homesick boy sailors in the late 19th century. The videos combine location filming at key ports, Liverpool, Southampton and Aberdeen, constructed sequences and archival material.They explore the liminal, or in-between, state experienced when leaving home for an unknown destination.

Date2008
EventLand/sea-scapes of memory solo show
Publication dates
Completed2008
Output mediaMulti screen video with perspex and black glass

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