This October marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution in 1917, with the Art Gallery of New South Wales commemorating the anniversary with an exhibition Australian art and the Russian avant-garde. Douglas Gordon’s exhibition ‘The Only Way Out is The Only Way’ is showing at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art until 3 August, 2014. He has won numerous awards including the Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery, London in 1996, the Premio 2000 at the XLVII Venice Biennale in 1997, and the Hugo Boss Prize at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York in 1998. He studied at Glasgow School of Art, 1984 - 1988 and the Slade School of Art, London, 1988 - 1990. The work I am the curator of my own misery 2010, is an example, which prompts questions of perception and meaning. Film Noir (Fly) is a black and white video projection showing a close-up of a fly lying on its back, intermittently twitching its legs but unable to get up. When Shirley Manson Met Douglas Gordon . The Berlin show was curated by Klaus Biesenbach. [17][18] The Guggenheim collection also include Through a Looking Glass (1999) and Tattoo (for Reflection) by Gordon. Founded in 1984, The Turner Prize is awarded annually to the ‘most outstanding contribution’ to British art that took place in the last year. Add to Watchlist. Douglas Gordon uses doubles and opposites in his work to question ideas about good and evil, positive and negative, male and female. An Art Forum special lecture, part of the 10th Biennale of Sydney Outreach Program Summary: Douglas Gordon is a Scottish artist featured in the Biennale of Sydney. About this artwork. Gallery versions of Zidane, un portrait du 21e siècle (2006) were purchased by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. In these uncertain times we need your support more than ever. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany. [8] Gordon also made a film about Zinedine Zidane, Zidane, un portrait du 21e siècle (2006), an idea first seen in a film by Hellmuth Costard, who, in 1970, made a film about George Best titled Football as Never Before. Gordon is fascinated by our binary nature and our tendency to split things into opposites: black and white, good and evil. Douglas Gordon (born 20 September 1966) is a Scottish artist; he won the Turner Prize in 1996 and the following year he received the Premio 2000 at the 47th Venice Biennale. , an installation of more than eighty text-based works, opened at Tate Britain, London, in 2010. In ‘Seeking Identity’, episode one in our Reflections podcast series, Ewen Bremner introduces a discussion of self image, inviting several guests to explore the idea of self in art. He teaches at the Städelschule, Frankfurt and lives and works in Berlin and Glasgow. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany. [3] In Between Darkness and Light (After William Blake) (1997), William Friedkin's Exorcist (1973) and Henry King's The Song of Bernadette (1943) - two films about adolescent girls driven by external forces[4] - are projected on either side of a single free-standing semi-transparent screen so they can be seen simultaneously. To be seen on monitors, some with headphones, others run silently and all simultaneously." Douglas Gordon (born 20 September 1966) is a Scottish artist. Visit the Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Guggenheim Museum in NYC, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. ACCA Education / Douglas Gordon 2 Douglas Gordon was born in Glasgow in 1966 and is one of the most in!uential contemporary video artists. [16] A survey of his textworks was shown at Tate Britain, London in 2010. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He has worked in video, photography, sound, text and other media and uses predominantly 'found' material. The Scottish artist Douglas Gordon has made a film about Korea’s Demilitarised Zone (DMZ), the strip of land separating North and South Korea. The artist attempted to remember everyone he had ever met. Art Forum presented by Douglas Gordon. Biography and art, auction, artworks, interview, statement, website: Douglas Gordon. In Gordon’s world nothing is good or evil – but both at the same time. He is one of the most successful of contemporary Scottish artists, winning prestigious art prizes in Europe and the United States, including the Turner Prize in 1996. Douglas Gordon makes videos, installations, photographs and text pieces, using both found and original material, in an attempt to lay bare the ambiguities of human life. This is the element that engenders those movements and allows us special insight. He uses material from the public realm and also creates performance-based videos. His work investigates ambiguity and the disruption of the normal, accepted ways of seeing the world. Gordon works mainly with photography, "lm (both his own and Featuring an extensive interview with Douglas Gordon on the process of making his 2016 film I had nowhere to go: Portrait of a displaced person, this video, produced by Berlin Art Link, includes clips of Jonas Mekas and revealing anecdotes about the creation of the film. In an exclusive look at his new video artwork, Turner prizewinner Douglas Gordon sets the Cumbrian countryside – and a grand piano – ablaze. Presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia for the 19th Biennale of Sydney (2014), Phantom (2011) is one of Douglas Gordon’s most extreme and intense creations; a room brought to the brink of emotion. Artist name Douglas Gordon Date created 1999 - ongoing Classification video installation Medium multi-channel video installation, black-and-white and color, on monitors Gordon had begun this move towards exploring the inner world of other people in Feature Film (1999). See the renowned permanent collection and special exhibitions. [5] The video installation left is right and right is wrong and left is wrong and right is right (1999) presents two projections of Otto Preminger's Whirlpool (1949) side by side, with the one on the right reversed so that the two sides mirror each other; by digital means, Gordon separated individual frames of the original film so that odd-numbered ones on one side alternate with even-numbered ones on the other. The two screens are virtually the same size as the elephant. [5] The footage showing Minnie’s sequences of tricks is simultaneously presented in a front and a rear life-sized projection and on a monitor, with each one depicting the same event from a range of perspectives, including close-ups of the animal's eyes. Memory, loss and rediscovery are the fixed points of the thematic work of Douglas Gordon. (26.35 cm x 20 cm) Date Acquired 2014 Credit Collection SFMOMA Gift of Carla Emil and Rich Silverstein Copyright Gordon has produced a large number of text-based works, which often generate a dialogue between the artist and the viewer, who is directly addressed by the text. Cinema Focus Video Art Digimag - Issue 45, June 2009. The work thus presents the artist, and by implication the viewer, as sadistic. He speaks about his recent work Gordon studied at the Glasgow School of Art and the Slade School of Fine Art. A retrospective of Gordon’s work opened at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 2006, presenting thirteen significant films; and Pretty much every word written, spoken, heard, overheard from 1989 . View Douglas Gordon’s 333 artworks on artnet. Douglas Gordon (born 20 September 1966) is a Scottish artist. [5] Feature Film (1999) is a projection of Gordon's own film of James Conlon conducting Bernard Herrmann's score to Vertigo, thus drawing attention to the film score and the emotional responses it creates in the viewer. He uses techniques of doubling and mirroring in works including Divided Self I and II (1996), a video showing a smooth arm and a hairy arm wrestling. A question mark would have transformed it into a lunatic s lament, a lazy guy s sigh, a murderer s moment of clarity. Likewise, a work such as Pretty much every film and video work from about 1992 until now. Douglas Gordon follow aGothic, 2019 Tête de corbeau taxidermisée, carafe, pinceau, aquarelle, eau, miroir / Taxidermy raven head, jug, paintbrush, watercolour, water, mirror 36 x 36 x 42cm (14,17 x 14,17 x 16,54 in.) Douglas Gordon is one of the most prominent British artists of his generation. Douglas Gordon and Morgane Tschiember - Untitled Douglas Gordon is a contemporary artist interested in human conditions like memory and the passing of time, themes that he expresses through various media spanning from video, over installation, to text. He has achieved huge international recognition, marked by major awards, including the Turner Prize in 1996, and by exhibitions in museums in Europe and America. His work was the subject of a 2001 retrospective organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, which traveled to the Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada; Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City; and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. From Hollywood films to scientific footage to classical literature, Douglas Gordon takes the seemingly familiar and twists it. In 24 Hour Psycho (1993), Gordon takes Alfred Hitchcock’s famous 1960 film Psycho and slows it down so that it runs for twenty-four hours. Much of Gordon's work is seen as being about memory and uses repetition in various forms. He trained at Glasgow School of Art and then at Slade School of Art, London. His work often overturns traditional uses of video by playing with time elements and employing multiple monitors. Having begun his career as a performance artist , Gordon has produced a diverse body of works, which has grown to include video, sound photographic objects, and texts, often plays with viewers’ perceptions, memories and expectations. In 2010, Gordon collaborated with Rufus Wainwright, creating the visuals for his tour which accompany Rufus' All Days Are Nights: Songs for Lulu album. The small television monitor that forms part of the same installation concentrates on the elephant’s eye. By separating the image this way Gordon alludes to the relationship between the body and mind. Mostly, he uses the so-called "found footage", which he produces a minimal intervention worked. Artwork Info Artwork title Pretty much every film and video work from about 1992 until now. Jointly owned by the National Galleries of Scotland and Tate, the collection is displayed across the UK. The video work Film Noir (Fly) 1995 – depicting a fly in close-up, fixed to a table top by its wings as it struggles and eventually dies – demonstrates how a simple image can produce complex or even troubling readings. In the works of video artist Douglas Gordon – one of the most important “visual artists” of his generation, awarded with the prestigious Turner Prize in 1996 when he was just 30 years old – the timing of movie narration gets twisted by a new device, that modifies its extension, its message, and the perception of the action it encloses. In that work he concentrated his camera on the hands and face of a conductor. k.364 premiered at the Venice Film Festival in September 2010. In Through a looking glass (1999), Gordon created a double-projection work around the climactic 71-second scene in Martin Scorsese’s film Taxi Driver (1976), in which the main character addresses the camera; the screens are arranged so that the character seems to be addressing himself. [2] One of his best-known art works is 24 Hour Psycho (1993) which slows down Alfred Hitchcock's film Psycho so that it lasts twenty four hours. 24 Hour Psycho is the title of an art installation created by artist Douglas Gordon in 1993. Douglas Gordon: I had nowhere to go. In 1996, he became the first video artist to win the Turner Prize. Added to Watchlist. The ARTIST ROOMS collection contains five important works dating from 1995 to 2010, including a large video installation, three video monitor pieces and a text-based work. He won the Turner Prize in 1996, the Premio 2000 at the 47th Venice Biennale in 1997 and the Hugo Boss Prize in 1998. From Hollywood films to scientific footage to classical literature, Douglas Gordon… It is above all, his film projects, the Douglas Gordon have made known. Information from Wikipedia, made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. This biography is from Wikipedia under … By registering in the website you will be able to access extra free functionality. Gordon explores the degree to which we are all subject to shifting identities. +44 (0)131 624 6200 Play Dead; Real Time (2003) is co-owned by MMK Frankfurt and Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Collection. In one installation, this was placed at the top of a tall building, referencing one of the film's main plot points. As a result, it lasts for exactly 24 hours, rather than the original 109 minutes. SC003728), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland, Reflections: Art, Life and Love | Identity, GENERATION: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland | Modern. Gordon’s religious upbringing made him deeply aware of human beliefs and he uses these throughout his work. In Phantom (2011), another collaboration with Wainwright, Gordon employs slow-motion film produced with a high-speed Phantom camera focusing on Wainright's eye — blackened with make-up, weeping, and glaring back at the viewer, echoing melodramatic performances by stars of the silent screen.[12]. Through his performances, installations, photography, and video art, Gordon readjusts scenes, tinkers with time, and appropriates cultural sources. [24], Gordon at the Opening of his Exhibition at the. Having begun his career as a performance artist, Gordon has produced a diverse body of works, which has grown to include video, sound photographic objects, and texts, often plays with viewers’ perceptions, memories and expectations. View artworks for sale or loan by Douglas Gordon (British, 1966) on MutualArt and find more works from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide. Much of Gordon's work is seen as being about memory and uses repetition in various forms. Gordon was born in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow School of Art and the Slade School of Fine Art, London. The work consists entirely of an appropriation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho slowed down to approximately two frames a second, rather than the usual 24. OVERVIEW ARTWORKS (284) (1992-), Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963–1995, The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Douglas_Gordon&oldid=1000775067, BLP articles lacking sources from October 2017, Wikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 2018: Elected a Corresponding Fellow of the, This page was last edited on 16 January 2021, at 17:25. In 2005, he put together an exhibition at the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin called The Vanity of Allegory. [10], Gordon has also made photographs, often in series with relatively minor variations between each individual piece. Douglas Gordon is a contemporary Scottish artist known for his ability to disrupt preconceived ideas about reality. He lives and works in Berlin, Germany. In 2008, Gordon was a member of the Official Competition Jury at the 65th Venice International Film Festival. Gordon was born in Glasgow, Scotland. The feature-length film, which he co-directed with fellow artist Philippe Parreno and assembled from footage shot by seventeen synchronized cameras placed around the stadium in real time over the course of a single match,[9] premiered outside the competition of the 2006 Cannes Film Festival before screenings at numerous international venues. Further solo exhibitions have been held at Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany 2013, Musée D'art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 2014. Douglas Gordon (Scottish, b. Douglas Gordon is a contemporary Scottish artist known for his ability to disrupt preconceived ideas about reality. From Hollywood films to scientific footage to classical literature, Douglas Gordon takes the seemingly familiar and twists it. Please consider making a donation or joining our Friends. Douglas Gordon is a Scottish photographer and video artist, known for his art installation 24 Hour Psycho, which consists of appropriation of Hitchcock's movie Psycho. In 2006, Douglas Gordon Superhumanatural opened at the National Galleries of Scotland complex in Edinburgh, being Gordon's first major solo exhibition in Scotland since he presented 24 Hour Psycho in 1993. Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Douglas Gordon. He uses material from the public realm and also creates performance-based videos. [23] His color photograph Monster (1996-7) is in the permanent collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art. [email protected]. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. 1966) visualizes, pictures, and “sculpts” time in many of his works. (1999), an array of video monitors showing a lifetime of Gordon’s creative achievements, is a series of windows into his mind. Also in 2006, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York showed a retrospective of Gordon's work, called Timeline, which was curated by Klaus Biesenbach. In addition his interest in psychoanalysis led him to explore the complexities of the human mind and especially the nature of schizophrenia. © Studio lost but found / Douglas Gordon / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2019 Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris/London They should do it every day, and should love what they buy' Mon 17 May 2010 17.20 EDT First published on Mon 17 May 2010 17.20 EDT Douglas Gordon is a Scottish artist. Memory and repetition are recurring themes in his oeuvre. Gordon's first solo show was in 1986. He won the Turner Prize in 1996, the Premio 2000 at the 47th Venice Biennale in 1997 and the Hugo Boss Prize in 1998. We do not see the orchestra. You will be able to seamlessly ‘Favourite’ images and download large images for personal use. … Type in your search keywords, then submit or select one of the suggestions. His work often overturns traditional uses of video by playing with time elements and employing multiple monitors. x 7 7/8 in. What Have I Done, the title of Douglas Gordon s Hayward Gallery show, was untroubled by punctuation. Registered Address: National Galleries of Scotland, 73 Belford Road, Edinburgh, EH4 3DS National Galleries of Scotland is a charity registered in Scotland (No. Everyone knows the plot of Psycho and can anticipate what will happen, but in Gordon’s version, this is constantly frustrated, since the future never seems to come. Artworks Scotland (2004– ) Rate This. He completed a Bach-elor of Arts at the Glasgow School of Art in 1988 and postgradu-ate study at the Slade School of Fine Art in London in 1988 – 90. In each projection the camera circles as the elephant walks around, lies down to play dead and gets up. In 1993, he exhibited 24 Hour Psycho in the spaces of Tramway, Glasgow, and at Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin. ARTIST ROOMS is a touring collection of over 1,600 works of modern and contemporary art. Douglas Gordon is represented by Gagosian Gallery , London, New York, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, Rome and Athens, Galerie Eva Presenhuber , Zürich and Dvir Gallery , Tel Aviv. In 1996, Gordon was one of the artists invited to Skulptur Projekte Münster,[13] and in 1997 he represented Britain at the Venice Biennale. The text installation List of Names (1990–ongoing) also explores the role of memory. In Gordon’s world nothing is good or evil – but both at the same time. Douglas Gordon makes videos, installations, photographs and text pieces, using both found and original material, in an attempt to lay bare the ambiguities of human life. 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