Moon Infinitum Smoke,  Beeswax, Bone, music wire & oil paint on Whole Calf skin. (1 mtr square) Public commission by the Denis O'Brien Centre, UCD, 2014  

 

Moon Infinitum

Smoke,  Beeswax, Bone, music wire & oil paint on Whole Calf skin. (1 mtr square)

Public commission by the Denis O'Brien Centre, UCD, 2014

 

  Moon Infinitum, (detail) Smoke,  Beeswax, Bone, music wire & oil paint on Whole Calf skin. (1 mtr square), 2014      

 

Moon Infinitum, (detail)

Smoke,  Beeswax, Bone, music wire & oil paint on Whole Calf skin. (1 mtr square), 2014

 

 

 

Siobhán McDonald’s practice draws on making visible the invisible, by creating a tangible response to forces that are not immediately apparent. An interest in geology and seismology strongly informs the current work, allowing her to map imperceptible movements of the Earth, subtly manifesting links to both physical locations and to particular moments in time. McDonald also looks to Iceland and it’s state of flux and change, as it is constantly erasing and recreating its own history.

Associate Artist-in-Residence UCD College of Science. 2014
 

http://www.ucdartinscience.com/siobhan-mcdonald/4579008901