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Unknown landscape

Unknown landscape

“Unknown landscape, ” oil on paper

Crystalline

Crystalline

Installation shot

Centre Culturel Irlandais, 2017

Undiscovered landscape

Undiscovered landscape

‘Undiscovered landscape’

Oil on board

34 x 24 cm

‘Tycho Star’

‘Tycho Star’

Installation shot:

‘Tycho Star’ 168 cm x 88cm, Photograph on paper. The main aim of the map is to portray the Heavens as the dark, adapted, naked eye perceives them. The map displays 2.5 million brightest stars in the sky. All-sky star map. (ESA 1997)

‘8.46 grams’

‘8.46 grams’

940 Seeds containing every single Irish native plant since the beginning of time, carbon, metal weighing scales and glass Victorian bell jar.

 

Crystalline

Crystalline

'Crystalline', is a series of artworks relating to the dying glaciers. This installation brings the elements of contemporary engineering together with prehistory in the use of carbon and charred bone. The artwork is created to mark the launch of the Solar Orbiter into Space in 2018.

 

 

Crystalline

Crystalline

Installation shot, Centre Culturel Irlandais, 2017

‘A space and time outside’ (1)

‘A space and time outside’ (1)

190 year old Franklin seeds (from the 1825 expedition to the Arctic.)

Germination Project in progress: in collaboration with the Seed Bank, Kew Garden, London

Unknown landscape

“Unknown landscape, ” oil on paper

Crystalline

Installation shot

Centre Culturel Irlandais, 2017

Undiscovered landscape

‘Undiscovered landscape’

Oil on board

34 x 24 cm

‘Tycho Star’

Installation shot:

‘Tycho Star’ 168 cm x 88cm, Photograph on paper. The main aim of the map is to portray the Heavens as the dark, adapted, naked eye perceives them. The map displays 2.5 million brightest stars in the sky. All-sky star map. (ESA 1997)

‘8.46 grams’

940 Seeds containing every single Irish native plant since the beginning of time, carbon, metal weighing scales and glass Victorian bell jar.

 

Crystalline

'Crystalline', is a series of artworks relating to the dying glaciers. This installation brings the elements of contemporary engineering together with prehistory in the use of carbon and charred bone. The artwork is created to mark the launch of the Solar Orbiter into Space in 2018.

 

 

Crystalline

Installation shot, Centre Culturel Irlandais, 2017

‘A space and time outside’ (1)

190 year old Franklin seeds (from the 1825 expedition to the Arctic.)

Germination Project in progress: in collaboration with the Seed Bank, Kew Garden, London

Unknown landscape
Crystalline
Undiscovered landscape
‘Tycho Star’
‘8.46 grams’
Crystalline
Crystalline
‘A space and time outside’ (1)