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INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLASTIC ARTWORKS

 

 

       

 

 

2015: TRAFFIC CONE

 

TRAFFIC CONE (2015) Brendan Jamison.

Plastic and foam. 82 x 58 x 45 cms.

Photography © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

 

TRAFFIC CONE (2015) Brendan Jamison.

Plastic and foam. 82 x 58 x 45 cms.

Photography © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

 

TRAFFIC CONE (2015) Brendan Jamison.

Plastic and foam. 82 x 58 x 45 cms

Photography © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

 

2014: FORKLIFT TRUCK SERIES

 

YELLOW AND BLUE FORKLIFT TRUCKS (2014) Brendan Jamison

plastic construction blocks, 26 x 51 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

YELLOW AND BLUE FORKLIFT TRUCKS (2014) Brendan Jamison

plastic construction blocks, 26 x 51 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

Detail of GREEN AND BLUE FORKLIFT TRUCKS (2014) Brendan Jamison

plastic construction blocks, 28 x 34 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

GREEN AND BLUE FORKLIFT TRUCKS (2014) Brendan Jamison

plastic construction blocks, 28 x 34 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

GREEN AND BLUE FORKLIFT TRUCKS (2014) Brendan Jamison

plastic construction blocks, 28 x 34 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

 

2014: INTELLIGENCE GATHERING

PS Squared, Donegal Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 6-11 January 2014

A 2 year research project into Berlin spy stations built during the Cold War era.

 

INTELLIGENCE GATHERING (2014) Brendan Jamison.

PS Squared Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

January 2014: Artist Brendan Jamison beside his

plastic block artworks in the INTELLIGENCE GATHERING

exhibition at PS Squared, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

TEUFELSBERG CROSS-SECTION (2013) Brendan Jamison

Coloured plastic blocks, 50 x 67 x 2 cms.

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

AERIAL PERSPECTIVE OF TEUFELSBERG FIELD STATION BERLIN (2013)

Brendan Jamison, coloured plastic blocks, 50 x 78 x 2 cms.

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

SITE 4: JAGEN 87 [FIELD STATION BERLIN] (2014)

Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks. 31.5 x 44.5 x 3 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

ANDREWS BARRACKS [Headquarters of Field Station Berlin] (2014)

Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks. 40 x 92.5 x 3 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

MÜGGELBERGE [BERLIN STASI SPY STATION] (2014)

Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks. 67 x 47 x 1.5 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

LONG VIEW OF MÜGGELBERGE [BERLIN STASI SPY STATION] (2014)

Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks. 40 x 51 x 1.5 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

AERIAL LAYOUT OF MÜGGELBERGE

[BERLIN STASI SPY STATION] (2014)

Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks. 15 x 27 x 1.5 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

SITE 2: EAST TOWER OF TEMPELHOF AIRPORT (2014) Brendan Jamison

Coloured plastic blocks. 13 x 27 x 1.5 cms

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

INTELLIGENCE GATHERING (2014) Brendan Jamison.

PS Squared Gallery, Belfast.

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

MAPPING A SPY STATION (2013) Brendan Jamison

Giant plastic map pins, laminated photography, ink, notice board. 50 x 70 cms.

PS Squared Gallery, Belfast.

Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

 

 

2013: TEUFELSBERG SPY STATION SERIES

 

BILLBOARD: TEUFELSBERG CROSS-SECTION (2013) Brendan Jamison, billboard, 250 x 500 cms. Art in the Eastside, Belfast Central Station, Northern Ireland. September 2013. Photography: Bronagh Lawson.

 

From September 2012 to April 2014, Brendan Jamison worked on a project in response to Teufelsberg Field Station Berlin, a secret listening station built during the Cold War era. It is located in the Grunewald, Berlin’s largest forest, and sits on the peak of Teufelsberg (translated as Devil's Mountain), an artificial hill built from the rubble of the bombed buildings of the Second World War.

Field Station Berlin was built in 1963 by the American National Security Agency and shared with British Intelligence. In early 1992, the intelligence community vacated Teufelsberg following the end of the Cold War, however, the work undertaken there remains classified. From the outset the field station was clouded in secrecy. Over the years, some of these mysteries have been revealed, whilst others have become mixed with myth and imagination...

For further information on Brendan Jamison's research into the spy station please visit CLICK HERE

 

ARTIST BRENDAN JAMISON COMPLETING CROSS-SECTION OF TRIPLE RADOME BUILDING AT TEUFELSBERG FIELD STATION BERLIN (2013) Coloured plastic blocks. 95 x 87 x 2 cms. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

CROSS-SECTION OF TRIPLE RADOME BUILDING AT TEUFELSBERG FIELD STATION BERLIN (2013) Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks. 95 x 87 x 2 cms. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

SPY STATION, a solo exhibition by Brendan Jamison at Microdot Gallery, Belfast. August 2013. Photography: © David Turner

 

Detail of TEUFELSBERG CROSS-SECTION (2013) Brendan Jamison, coloured plastic blocks, 50 x 67 x 2 cms. Photography: © David Turner

 

 

LEFT: Detail of TEUFELSBERG CROSS-SECTION (2013) Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks, 50 x 67 x 2 cms. RIGHT: AERIAL PERSPECTIVE OF TEUFELSBERG FIELD STATION BERLIN (2013) Brendan Jamison. Coloured plastic blocks, 50 x 78 x 2 cms. Photography: © David Turner

 

SPY STATION, a solo exhibition by Brendan Jamison at Microdot Gallery, Belfast. August 2013. Photography: © David Turner

 

SPY STATION, a solo exhibition by Brendan Jamison at Microdot Gallery, Belfast. August 2013. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

CONSTRUCTING A RADOME

Location: Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast. July 2013

Design and construction: Professor Sean Miller, Brendan Jamison and David Turner

 

CONSTRUCTING A RADOME (2013) Sean Miller and David Turner on the lawn of Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast, Northern Ireland. July 2013. PVC rods, drilled pipes and cable ties. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

CONSTRUCTING A RADOME (2013) David Turner on the lawn of Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast, Northern Ireland. July 2013. PVC rods, drilled pipes and cable ties. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

CONSTRUCTING A RADOME (2013) Sean Miller and Brendan Jamison on the lawn of Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast, Northern Ireland. July 2013. PVC rods, drilled pipes and cable ties. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

CONSTRUCTING A RADOME (2013) Brendan Jamison and Sean Miller on the lawn of Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast, Northern Ireland. July 2013. PVC rods, drilled pipes and cable ties. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

CONSTRUCTING A RADOME (2013) David Turner and Sean Miller on the lawn of Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast, Northern Ireland. July 2013. PVC rods, drilled pipes and cable ties. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

CONSTRUCTING A RADOME (2013) Sean Miller on the lawn of Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast, Northern Ireland. July 2013. PVC rods, drilled pipes and cable ties. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

SKELETON OF A RADOME (2013) Sean Miller and Brendan Jamison. PVC rods, drilled pipes and cable ties. 180 x 190 x 190 cms. Jamison Sculpture Studio, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Contructed during July 2013. Photography: © Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

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2012: CONTAINER SERIES

 

CONTAINERS (2012) Brendan Jamison. Plastic water containers and giant map pins. 40.5 x 69 x 30 cms. Presented on a low white plinth with slot. Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

 

CONTAINERS (2012) Brendan Jamison. Plastic water containers and giant map pins. 40.5 x 69 x 30 cms. Presented on a low white plinth with slot. Installed at WARNING ART exhibition, Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast. May/June 2012. Photography © Tony Corey for Jamison Sculpture Studio

 

 

 

 

 

 

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