"Performed en route along the NW China silk route, 2010, as part of a journey and 9 Dragon Heads travelling project, Nomadic Party. Filmed in Beijing, DunHuang, Hami, Turpan; Gobi & Taklamakan deserts; Urumqi and a Kazak village in the Tian Shan mountains, NW China."
Breath of Earth, a 3-screen installation by Philip Dadson, Arko Museum, Seoul (2010)
This work received the Wallace Arts Trust Jury Award in 2011.
Installation view of Headstamps 11: Homage to the Silk Route (2011) in Breath of Earth, Arko Art Centre, Seoul, Korea (2011)
Anandagram (meaning ‘blissful place or village’) is a wry take on a situation of implicit privilege.
An upside-down world view intersecting ecology, geometry, nature, signs and portents.
Seventeen hot air balloons and a brass band.
A synchronised two screen installation, contrasting a birth and a death.