26th April 2013 – 22nd June 2013

Price : Free

ADDRESS

Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318819613
info@projectartscentre.ie

WEB

www.projectartscentre.ie

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Garden by Niamh O’Malley

Garden is a newly commissioned exhibition by Dublin-based artist Niamh O’Malley.

Known for her painting and sculptural interventions, and more recently for her explorations of monumental sites, O’Malley will take us into a personal landscape using video and sculpture – the garden which she and her family shape and create with the changing seasons. Featuring a new video installation and a large painting on glass, this landscape will be revealed through screens, mirrors and windows.

The video work will show a mirror panning and tilting, reversing the normal flow of light and camera movement, slowly and silently illuminating the garden in an elusive dance. Accompanying the video work and set into a wooden seating platform, a large glass plane will have textures and marks painted on both sides, creating a painting which is visible from both the front and back – a limitless image which complicates ideas of reverse, background, and negative space.

Garden by Niamh O’Malley

26th April 2013 – 22nd June 2013

Price : Free

ADDRESS

Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318819613
info@projectartscentre.ie

WEB

www.projectartscentre.ie

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Garden is a newly commissioned exhibition by Dublin-based artist Niamh O’Malley.

Known for her painting and sculptural interventions, and more recently for her explorations of monumental sites, O’Malley will take us into a personal landscape using video and sculpture – the garden which she and her family shape and create with the changing seasons. Featuring a new video installation and a large painting on glass, this landscape will be revealed through screens, mirrors and windows.

The video work will show a mirror panning and tilting, reversing the normal flow of light and camera movement, slowly and silently illuminating the garden in an elusive dance. Accompanying the video work and set into a wooden seating platform, a large glass plane will have textures and marks painted on both sides, creating a painting which is visible from both the front and back – a limitless image which complicates ideas of reverse, background, and negative space.

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