David Cotterrell
 
Mirror III (v)  2016  2 Channel HD Projection, Custom Morse Code Generators and iOs App
10 minutes 6 seconds  Collaborators: Ruwanthie de Chickera

David Cotterrell is an installation artist working across media and technologies to explore the social and political tendencies of a world at once shared and divided.

The practice is typified by an interest in intersection: whether fleeting encounter or heavily orchestrated event, Cotterrell’s works explore the human condition and the breaks or nuances that can lead to a less ambiguous understanding of the world they inhabit.

Encapsulating the roles of programmer, producer and director, Cotterrell works to develop projects that can embrace the quiet spaces that are the sites for action, which might (or might not) be clearly understood in the future.

Cotterrell’s work has been commissioned and shown extensively in Europe, the United States and Asia. He is Research Professor of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University.

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> Exhibitions at the gallery:  Empathy and risk: three mirrors and a wall  2017; London Art Fair  2017;  The Ostrich     Experiments  2013; David Cotterrell  Aesthetic Distance 2009;  South Facing  2005
 
 
SELECTED WORKS *click thumbnails to view larger images
 
David Cotterrell, Maelstrom
Maelstrom  2017  A public installation appearing on the rivers and canals of Chester 
 
Mirror I: Hierarchy  2016  collaboration with Ruwanthie de Chickera  HD video, two-channel installation  
 
David Cotterrell, The Wall, 2016
The Wall  2016  1:100 hand-painted plastic figures, table tennis net, painted and floacked timber  photograph by Oskar Proctor 
 
 
Gateway I  2009  photographic c-type print  147 x 99 cm 
 
David Cotterrell Supernumerary 
Supernumerary 2008, triptych (detail), C-type print
 
 
Gateway Series  2009, C-type print
 
South Facing  2005/06, Cast Plaster, Gesso and Machined MDF
 
Debating Society  2006, Granite, Apple computers, Linux OS, custom software and audio equipment, 6.0 x 1.5 x 6.0m
Latitude  2005, 4.5 x 2.0m
 
Underworld  2004, PC, Custom Software and iLite LED screen, 4.0 x 2.5 x 1.8m
 
Field  2003, Projected DVD Video Stream, 9 Hours, 1.5 x 0.7m
 
Reference Frame  2003, Mirror, computer, projector, painted wooden boxes, dimensions variable
 
Shangri-La  2002, Brass & Glass jewellers case, LCD screen, headphones, software: Macromedia Director, 0.6 x 0.2 x 0.5m
Car Culture  2001, DVD Loop, 60mins, Dimensions variable
 
Saltley Geyser  1998, Grundfos SP60-5 borehole pump, steel, piping, 3 phase electricityinverter & 500L of water, 0.5 x 0.5 x 40m