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Ceramic Panels
Ceramic Panels
Ceramic Panels
Ceramic Panels
Ceramic Panels
Ceramic Panels

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The building was formerly occupied by Alexander Removals and the ceramic panels explore themes of holding, packing and uncovering personal belongings. The pieces were fired in the ceramics studio at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art under the supervision of Donald Logie. Installed in 1983, the artwork won a prestigious Saltire Award for Art in Architecture in 1984.

Date

1982–1983

Medium

ceramic

Accession number

DD1_DO_S084

Acquisition method

created for Blackness Public Art Programme, funded by Dundee District Council, the Scottish Development Agency and the Scottish Arts Council

Work type

Panel

Owner

Dundee District Council

Access

at all times


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Located at

40–42 Bellfield Street, City of Dundee

DD1 5HZ