Roderick Buchanan is an internationally acclaimed artist working in the fields of installation, film and photography. Born in Glasgow, where he continues to live and work, he has exhibited across the globe, with solo shows in Britain, France, India, Canada and Sweden. His one-person exhibitions in the UK include Dundee Contemporary Arts (2000), Camden Arts Centre, London (2005), and Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (2007). His work is held in the collections of the Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland and was featured at the 2001 Venice Biennale. He won the inaugural Beck’s Futures prize in 2000, and was the recipient of a prestigious Paul Hamlyn Award in 2004. He was the Imperial War Museum’s war artist addressing the legacy of the Good Friday Agreement, and his work ‘Legacy’, following two Scottish flute bands during the 2009/10 marching season in Northern Ireland, was presented at IWM London in Summer 2011.
Buchanan is currently working on a new commission for the ‘Everything Flows’ project which will be presented at De La Warr Pavilion 30 June to 16 September 2012.