Site specific Installation 2017.  Artist in Residence.

Begehungen No 14, Institute Potemkin, Kulturplast. Chemnitz, Germany.

David Dunne’s work manifests in the interconnection between art, nature, science and technology. Dunne’s practice embraces Video, Audio, Live art, Installation and Sculpture.

The point of departure is through expropriation, entropy and recontextualization. 

His work has been influenced by the Arte Povera movement in making site-specific interventions evolving from ideas of entropy, working with the notion of chaos, collapse and transformation.

In his recent work he has developed a series of installations that challenge non-traditional spaces through intervention and participant interaction.

Working with steel, wood, foam and low–tech archival electrical elements, this exchange of materials informs an intuitive response to particular archaic industrial situations and natural site-specific environments. In the retrieval of obsolescence he is interested in taking risks with a range of materials and interactions that can render new values.


Ink Drawing

Solo Exhibition Berlin Neukolln.  Opening 16th March 2019.

Corridor / Transfer, Werkstadt Arts Union, Neukolln, Berlin, Germany. Curators Jule Bottner, Jason Benedict.



Pity the nation.

Watercolour & ink drawing

Proposal Site-specific Installation 2019

Die Wende -The Return

Site-Specific Installation

Franzflemming Str 9

Leipzig, Germany 2017

Die Wende 2017

Digital Projection

Pilotenkueche Halla 14 Spennerie, Leipzig, Germany

Field /antenna.

Galvanised steel electrical cable and bees wax.

Pilotenkueche Halla 14 Spennerie, Leipzig, Germany 2017.


Silver birch, audio speakers and audio.

Machine Halla, Not Quite, Fengerfors, Sweden 2016.

The compelling dream of itself.

Site specific Installation.

Laxarby, Dalsland, Sweden 2016.

Our understanding predicts its own failure.

Mixed Media, Site Specific Installation.

Not Quite ,Fengerfors, Sweden 2015

Power station.

Site specific installation.

Not Quite, Fengerfors, Sweden 2015.


Site specific installation

Not Quite, Fengerfors, Sweden.