Loch Lomond and Trossachs
Island Drift is a major collaborative project with the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park that links to the Year of Natural Scotland.
NVA in collaboration with lead creative designer James Johnson and photographer Alan McAteer will design a number of bespoke installations across the southern area of Loch Lomond as the basis for creating a series of enigmatic still images.
Using moving and static light to modulate both land and water, Island Drift will articulate and reveal aspects of the islands and their wider setting that form a unique freshwater grouping containing over 3,000 years of cultural history within an infinitely older natural order of evolutionary and geographical change.
The work will be created in autumn 2013 and presented at a new location within the National Park in 2014.
Read Creative Scotland’s Year of Natural Scotland funding announcement HERE