Alasdair Dimmick
Alasdair Dimmick

Dog at the End of the Tunnel

A3 print (framed)
Frame size: 54 x 43.3 cm
Image size: 35 x 23.2 cm
Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm archival paper


A3 print (unframed)
Image size: 35 x 23.2 cm on A3
Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm archival paper


The dog in this image, if you can spot him, was my companion during my trip to Crail at the beginning of the project. The opposing image was taken inside a cold war bunker in Fife which is another example of liminal space, pairing the uncertainty and tension of wartime with the peace and tranquillity of a beach stroll. I like that you don’t spot the dog immediately, you need to actively explore the image which is often the case in my work. 


The title is a pun on the common saying ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ as I feel that the unfiltered and uncomplicated love of a dog is a pure expression of joy in our modern world. Placing a dog as the central ‘light’ of this image is a playful and surrealist way of expressing this sentiment. 



Crail Beach, Fife, March 2020

Cold War bunker, Fife, March 2020



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