David Walker Kennedy

Installation view(tinfoil on 3rd floor windows), Talk to the Barking Dogs, 

Installation view(tinfoil on 3rd floor windows), Talk to the Barking Dogs, 

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    Installation view(tinfoil on 3rd floor windows), Talk to the Barking Dogs, 

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    Installation view (screen 3, video 3 playing), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen 2, video 2 playing), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen 1, video 1 playing), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen 3, video 3 playing), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen 1, video 1 playing), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view, Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (Table with Marion Eele essay), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (Table with Marion Eele essay), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (Table, wires, speakers & projectors), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (Table, wires, speakers & projectors), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen close up), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen close up), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen close up), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

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    Installation view (screen close up), Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe Factory, Glasgow

Talk to the Barking Dogs, Pipe FactoryGlasgow, UK: 6/5/17 - 12/5/17

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As part of the inaugural PipeFactory residency series, Talk to the Barking Dogs is the result of collaboration between arts group Still House Plants (Finlay Clark, Jessica Hickie Kallenbach, David Walker Kennedy) and artists Nina Cavaciuti and Marion Eele, all undertaken during our final year of study.

Talk to the Barking Dogs celebrates communal art practice as an avenue towards positive self-development.

 

Improvisational uses of varying performative conventions are the elements of an interdisciplinary, co-dependent practice which oscillates between sound, space, gesture, and the haptic. 

 

Through using the conventions of Western instrumentation, movement, and material, a conversation is generated which investigates how the construction of form and sound reflects one’s own mind, and vice versa.

Marion Eele, currently on The Glasgow School of Art’s MLitt Curatorial Practice program, supplemented the exhibition with a written piece in response to Molding a Contemporary Soul: The Empty-Full of Lygia Clark by Suely Rolnik.

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⇨⇨⇨  READ MARION EELES' PIECE ⇦⇦⇦

 split screen

 split screen

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     split screen

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    Talk to the Barking Dogs (Video 2), Film still, combinations of both still and roaming camera footage, 2017

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    Talk to the Barking Dogs (Video 2), Film still, combinations of both still and roaming camera footage, 2017

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    Talk to the Barking Dogs (Video 2), Film still, combinations of both still and roaming camera footage, 2017

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    Talk to the Barking Dogs (Video 3), Film still, combinations of both still and roaming camera footage, 2017

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    Talk to the Barking Dogs (Video 3), Film still, combinations of both still and roaming camera footage, 2017

Photos ⇩

⇩ Film stills ⇩

single screen

single screen

construction

construction

Light + performance

Light + performance

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