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In 2007, SNH approached Dalziel + Scullion and commissioned them - through project managers Ginkgo - to make a permanent work for their new head office in Inverness and to organise a one day symposium that would further explore issues raised through their unique collaboration.

A five panel photographic work was created and permanently installed within Great Glen House, SNH’s headquarters. The work explores the delicate habitat of a rare breed of day flying moth – the Slender Scotch Burnet – which exists in just a handful of small colonies on the Isle of Mull, off the west of Scotland.

Dalziel + Scullion’s introduction to their work can be downloaded here [pdf]

The More Than Us event took place over two days opening with a reception at Great Glen House, Inverness, the new home of Scottish Natural Heritage and named 'Sustainable Building of the Year' in 2006, where Matthew and Louise introduced their artwork and the exhibition of multiples based on the work of SNH by students from Moray College of Art and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art.

Information of the student show Multiply, can be downloaded here [pdf]