Mark Dixon artist

Mark Dixon
Lightships
Lightships

Lightships – Grafton House, Ipswich Borough Council Headquarters  100 drawings of ships to celebrate the Maritime history of Ipswich for Grafton House, (a new build for Ipswich Borough Council). – Wireless responsive LED lighting deep engraved solid acrylic sheet. This work is future ready with a direct link to the IT department. And has the […]

Bird
Bird

Fen Drayton Lakes, Scrape. – A collaboration with RSPB, a GPS plotter and mechanical digger.

golden train
golden train

Golden Train was originally installed in the Great Eastern Hotel at Liverpool St Station and is reviewed here by Cherry Smyth

Church Flasher
Church Flasher

LED installation – triggered by mobile phone

The Network Workshops, Cambridge.
The Network Workshops, Cambridge.

Animated LED installation for the ENTER festival structure, Cambridge.

Secret Languages
Secret Languages

Residency with The Technology Partnership.

Breaking Up
Breaking Up

recordings using tiny kamikaze wireless cameras, Breaking Up is an installation which documents the demolition of a 19th Century mill from the inside ! .

Golden Train to Brussels
Golden Train to Brussels

migration and the sharing of cultural wealth and potential on the Golden Train

maze experience
maze experience

suspended from above by hundreds of strings.

St.Ives Man
St.Ives Man

St.Ives Man  –  One of a series of cast concrete bus stop markers commissioned for The Cambridge guided bus way. Positioned at the St.Ives bus stop, this angry looking face is based on a Bellamine face jug displayed in St.Ives Norris Museum. One of the flagstones has a data stick embedded inside, acting as a time […]

ghost train
ghost train

1,000 Metres of paper, one day, 6 helpers, a film crew, one helicopter, a time lapse camera, one farmer and a field.

LINKS
LINKS

Lightships – Ipswich Borough Council Commission Projects RSPB, FenDrayton, website Rapid Electronics Graffiti research lab The Technology Partnership, Cambridge BBC, Cranfield’s Mill BBC, Image Galleries Norris Museum, St.Ives