An audiovisual exploration of upland ecosystems
John Wallace with Professor Pete Smith FRS, FRSE, FRSB
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Installation

Image: Robert McFadzean

 

Hosting an installation of The Same Hillside

The Same Hillside transports audiences to remote and hard-to-access locations and lets them hear expert testimony from those who live and work there.

It has proved to be of interest to art-seekers, children, environmental conservation and climate change activists, and decision makers at corporate, local and national levels.

Each installation is accompanied by a public talk and discussion, led by both artist and scientist, on issues raised by the work.

 
 
 

Summary

30 minute looped video presentation with audio

Triangular, wooden exhibition structure with integrated screens, projector mounts and show control 

3 x 3m hanging projection screens

1 x 2m circular floor projection

 
 
 

Technical requirements - installation

Floorspace: level, hard floor minimum 7m square clear area, larger preferred

Headroom: 3.5m

Power: 2x 13a supplies

Connectivity: Access to 3G data, Wifi or wired Ethernet with internet connection

 
 
 

Technical requirements – public talk and discussion

Fast internet connection

Exhibition structure re-formats to create a dual-screen presentation arena for up to 50 guests.

Discussion event can be hosted separately if required.

 
 
 

Costs and funding

Costs vary according to venue and length of run. 

We can help hosts identify potential partners and sources of funding where required.

 
 
 

questions

To discuss costs and funding options, please contact info@thesamehillside.org