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  • Discovery Exhibition 2012 Artists' Talks

    Artists Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen and DashnDem discuss their exhibitions at DCA, staged to coincide with the Discovery Film Festival 2012

    DshnDem’s Imagine Being a World Leader creates a fictional political event which enables young peoples voices to be heard while exposing the methods of politicans and statesmen. DashnDem have been working with local children from Blackness Primary School, teaching them leadership and public speaking techniques. The results of these workshops will form the inspiring, funny and thought-provoking content of the exhibition.

    Nikolaj Bendix Skyum Larsen is a Danish artist who lives and works in London. From The Edge brings together a selection of his video works. Tales from the Periphery is a pair of films exploring the lives of young people living in deprived areas of Europe. In Rendezvous, Nikolaj follows the rarely-explored lives of a group of migrant Indian workers in Dubai and while No Place Like Home is an experimental documentary which explores the vast desert areas surrounding Dubai.

  • DCA Ident Autumn 2012

    Look out for an exciting new addition to the trailers next time you visit our Cinema: we’ve worked with local creative agency Fleet Collective to produce our very own ident that encapsulates what DCA is all about.

  • Infinite Jest, Curator's Talk

    Candles, choc-chip cookies and scrunched up pieces of paper are among the materials employed by the three artists in our summer exhibition, Infinite Jest (23 June - 26 August). Cinthia Marcelle, Rob Pruitt and William Mackrell are each fascinated by circular narration, infinite loops and möbius strips. This exhibition is an intricate braid of their work, the title of which has been taken from the complex and gargantuan novel Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace.

  • Scott Myles: This Production, Artist's Video

    This is the first major UK solo show for the Dundee born and educated artist Scott Myles, marking 15 years since he graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. This Production (7 April - 10 June 2012) features an exciting mix of new works including an expansive site-specific installation, new sculpture and prints made in the DCA Print Studio.

  • Will Mclean: Driftworks, Artist Video, Part Two

    Driftworks (24 November 2001 - 3 February 2002) brought together a number of new and existent works by Will Maclean. Continuing his fascination with museums and the presentation of meaningful objects, the exhibition included works in a variety of media. The works all shared Maclean’s interest in the mythologies of the sea and the relics of our culture.

  • Will Mclean: Driftworks, Artist Video, Part One

    Driftworks (24 November 2001 - 3 February 2002) brought together a number of new and existent works by Will Maclean. Continuing his fascination with museums and the presentation of meaningful objects, the exhibition included works in a variety of media. The works all shared Maclean’s interest in the mythologies of the sea and the relics of our culture.

  • Richard Deacon: Sculpture, Artist's Video

    Richard Deacon presents a unique installation of numerous sculptural components made from strips of ash steam-bent into rhythmic, organic forms. The exhibition (28 April 2001 - 24 June 2001) was Deacon’s first solo exhibition in Scotland since 1984 and followed a major exhibition of his work at Tate Liverpool in 1999.

  • Camilla Løw: Straight Letters, Artist's Video

    DCA is proud to present the first major solo exhibition in the UK of Camilla Løw (2 February 2008 - 13 April 2008). Newly commissioned work created specifically for the DCA galleries is shown together with recent sculpture made over the last three years. Løw’s sculptures transcend traditional modes of display - works are clustered, stacked, suspended or leant against the wall. They combine a seemingly casual presentation with refined, tightly crafted and considered use of colour, surface and form. Camilla’s playful yet rigorous response to the legacies of Constructivism and Minimalism make for enigmatic geometric riddles that transform the DCA space.

  • Altered States of Paint, Curator's Talk