Place Matters

  1. This is a promotional AV, produced for the Grounded exhibition, a commission by Glasgow Life shown first during Festival 2014, XX Commonwealth Games. The exhibition blog can be found at http://judithparrott.wordpress.com

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  2. The audio collage is part of the Grounded exhibition, a commission by Glasgow Life shown first during Festival 2014, XX Commonwealth Games. The songs in this sound piece are from the CD "Dreaming Songs of the Warumungu Women" and provided with their kind permission and that of Papulu Apparr-kari; and from Gaelic singer Ceitlin Smith. The exhibition blog can be found at http://judithparrott.wordpress.com

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  3. This AV is from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, produced as part of the Grounded exhibition, a commission by Glasgow Life shown first during Festival 2014, XX Commonwealth Games. The exhibition blog can be found at http://judithparrott.wordpress.com

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  4. This AV is from the deserts of central Australia, produced as part of the Grounded exhibition, a commission by Glasgow Life shown first during Festival 2014, XX Commonwealth Games. The Australian Aboriginal song on this sound piece is from the CD "Dreaming Songs of the Warumungu Women" and provided with their kind permission and that of Papulu Apparr-kari. The exhibition blog can be found at http://judithparrott.wordpress.com

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  5. I was commissioned to produce "Walking the Bridge" in 2010 by ABC Radio National as a 50-minute feature programme for 360. Island Stories were also commissioned as two audiovisuals to accompany the programme. The audiovisuals develop on material from my exhibition "Walking the Bridge" in the "Place Matters" series.

    The radio feature and listeners’ comments can also be downloaded at the ABC Radio National website:
    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/360/walking-the-bridge/2913104
    which includes the following introduction:

    The Isle of Bute sits off the mouth of the River Clyde in the Argyll and Bute region of Scotland. Its Gaelic name is Eilean Bhoid, and the name comes from the word budh, meaning corn.

    It is a short ferry ride to Wemyss Bay, which then connects by train to Glasgow.

    The island is steeped in royal history. The Marquess of Bute is descended from the Stuart kings of Scotland and the name, Rothesay, perhaps comes from the Gaelic Reogh-siudh, 'King's seat'.

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Place Matters

Judy Parrott

Videos from the Place Matters exhibition series examining relationships between people and place, the importance of cultural identity, effects of displacement, and resulting personal and environmental well-being. Personal website:
http://www.judithparrott.com

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