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The Choreographic Archive of Siobhan Davies Dance

Title: David Buckland

Work: Profile

Summary

David Buckland is a designer, artist and film maker whose photo based works have been exhibited in numerous galleries in London, Paris and New York and subsequently collected by the National Portrait Gallery, London, the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, the Metropolitan Museum, New York and the Getty Collection, Los Angeles, amongst others.

Five books of his photographs have been published including a work on the Trojan Wars and The last Judgment featuring the sculpture of Sir Anthony Caro. He has designed over 20 sets, as well as costumes for The Royal Ballet, Rambert Dance Company, Second Stride, Compagnie Cr笁nge and Siobhan Davies Dance. His short film for the Dance for the Camera season Dwell Time, was broadcasted on BBC1 in January 1996. In 1999 he presented a one man show of digitally mastered portraits of performers at London's National Portrait Gallery that attracted over 100,000 visitors.

In 2003 he created the Cape Farewell project which bring artists and scientists together to address climate change, with the notion being that this is a cultural responsibility that requires creative engagement at the highest level.

Analysis

Davies collaborations include:
1981 - Plain Song
1982 - Carnival
1982 - Rushes
1985 - Bridge the Distance
1988 - Wyoming
1988 - White Man Sleeps
1988 - Embarque
1989 - Cover Him With Grass
1990 - Different Trains
1990 - Dancing Ledge
1991 - Arctic Heart
1992 - Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues
1992 - Make-Make
1993 - Wanting To Tell Stories
1994 - The Glass Blew In
1995 - Wild Translations
1995 - The Art of Touch
1996 - Trespass
1996 - Affections
1997 - Bank
1998 - Eighty Eight
1999 - Wild Air
1999 - A Strangers Taste
2000 - Of Oil and Water

http://www.bucklandart.com http://www.capefarewell.com

David Buckland

  • Series Title: Profile
  • Title: David Buckland
  • Designer: David Buckland
  • Summary: David Buckland is a designer, artist and film maker whose photo based works have been exhibited in numerous galleries in London, Paris and New York and subsequently collected by the National Portrait Gallery, London, the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, the Metropolitan Museum, New York and the Getty Collection, Los Angeles, amongst others.

    Five books of his photographs have been published including a work on the Trojan Wars and The last Judgment featuring the sculpture of Sir Anthony Caro. He has designed over 20 sets, as well as costumes for The Royal Ballet, Rambert Dance Company, Second Stride, Compagnie Cr笁nge and Siobhan Davies Dance. His short film for the Dance for the Camera season Dwell Time, was broadcasted on BBC1 in January 1996. In 1999 he presented a one man show of digitally mastered portraits of performers at London's National Portrait Gallery that attracted over 100,000 visitors.

    In 2003 he created the Cape Farewell project which bring artists and scientists together to address climate change, with the notion being that this is a cultural responsibility that requires creative engagement at the highest level.
  • Analysis: Davies collaborations include: 1981 - Plain Song 1982 - Carnival 1982 - Rushes 1985 - Bridge the Distance 1988 - Wyoming 1988 - White Man Sleeps 1988 - Embarque 1989 - Cover Him With Grass 1990 - Different Trains 1990 - Dancing Ledge 1991 - Arctic Heart 1992 - Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues 1992 - Make-Make 1993 - Wanting To Tell Stories 1994 - The Glass Blew In 1995 - Wild Translations 1995 - The Art of Touch 1996 - Trespass 1996 - Affections 1997 - Bank 1998 - Eighty Eight 1999 - Wild Air 1999 - A Strangers Taste 2000 - Of Oil and Water http://www.bucklandart.com http://www.capefarewell.com
  • Publisher: SDR
  • Production Date - SDDO: 2010-08-24
  • Media type: Profile
  • Word Count: 0
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  • Permanenent URL: http://siobhandaviesarchive.com/record/2854