Alastair Mackie

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Epitaph, 2014 Found Boulder, Recovered Material, Canvas, Frame Dimensions Variable
Untitled (sphere), 2010 Mouse Skulls, Wood, Glass 40cm X 35cm X 35cm
Complex System 178 & 179, 2015 Cuttlebone, Wood, Glass 118 X 85 X 5cm (Each Part)
Mud Form, 2015 River Avon Mud 12 X 9 X 9cm
The Domination of Things (detail), 2016 Cowrie Shells, Limestone 102 X 88 X 3cm (Each Part)
Untitled (oak), , 2013 Oak 750 X 200 X 50cm
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London & Cornwall
mixed-media, installation, sculpture

Alastair Mackie reconciles the formal with the conceptual in a generous body of works that challenges the deep-rooted separation between animal and human, and exposes the clichés still hampering our understanding of man’s relationship to the natural world (Coline Milliard).

Born in 1977, he has shown his work extensively in the UK and internationally, included in exhibitions at the David Roberts Art Foundation - London, the Venice Biennale and the Reykjavik Art Museum. He has worked on a number of public commissions including Mimetes Anon, commissioned by the Contemporary Art Society for the Economist Plaza in St. James’ - London in 2009. His work is held in collections including: The Olbricht Collection - Berlin, the Salsali Private Museum - Dubai, the Saatchi Collection - London, and the Wellcome Collection - London.


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