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Esquisse of a reoccupation of a Broch drawn by Mark Scott

DP 169777

Description Esquisse of a reoccupation of a Broch drawn by Mark Scott

Date 13/1/2013

Collection General Collection

Catalogue Number DP 169777

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of DC 65054

Scope and Content Description about the Esquisse by Mark Scott: The idea of living in something as primitive as an Iron Age structure couldn’t be more far removed from the world which we inhabit now. But its form is a resonant response to the environment, framing the interplay of human resilience against an unforgiving and changeable landscape. The fortress is an architectural form long associated with Scotland, in modern discourse we are more familiar with the defensive structures erected during the Second World War or perhaps even the oil rigs’ that scatter our coasts and water ways. This Esquisse represents my cognitive response to the brief.

Accession Number 2014/1


File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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Collection Level (551 359) General Collection

Group Level (551 359/455) Esquisse Challenge Competition Entries

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Attribution: © Courtesy of HES (Esquisse Challenge 2014)

Licence Type: Limited

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