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DCA and The Fruitmarket Gallery are delighted to present Mark Wallinger’s first exhibition in Scotland.

Both parts of the exhibition focus on Wallinger’s id Paintings, his most recent body of work – an ambitious series of large-scale Rorschach blot-like images created entirely by the artist’s hands. To make the works he used both hands simultaneously, the left mirroring the right, creating symmetry through his gesture. In making these works he has moved his focus from, as he says, “painting ‘I’s to ‘I paint’” – or from image to action. 

The id Paintings highlight identity as a recurring theme in Wallinger’s work. Through selected films and sculptures shown alongside these works, including Self (Century), Time And Relative Dimensions In Space and Orrery, DCA’s exhibition explores mark-making, symmetry, mirroring and looping, whilst highlighting Wallinger’s ongoing interest in psychoanalysis, wordplay and the passage of time.

Known for a practice as stylistically diverse as it is politically engaged, Mark Wallinger makes painting, sculpture, photography, film, installation, performance and public art. He has curated exhibitions and made ballets; he represented Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2001 and won the Turner Prize in 2007.

MARK WALLINGER MARK is a collaboration between Serlachius Museums, Mänttä, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh and Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee.

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