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‘64’

‘64’

‘64’, 2012. 15 x 4 cm approx. Graph paper, Oil paint, Sumi Ink and Fire. A series of paintings made with the process Eninka: a technique devised by John Cage in the 1980's, where fire becomes fossilized in the painting’s surface.

Installation shot, Galway Arts Centre, 2012.

'Eyjafjallajokull'

'Eyjafjallajokull'

'Eyjafjallajokull'

2012.Time lapse Video, 1 min looped, With special thanks to Frank Delaney and Sean Stiegemier.
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Lava Glass and Lava Bomb

Lava Glass and Lava Bomb

From the Eyjafjallajokull volcano, 2011 (Installation shot)
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

‘Dakota DC3 abandoned aircraft, Iceland’, 2011.

‘Dakota DC3 abandoned aircraft, Iceland’, 2011.

‘Dakota DC3 abandoned aircraft, Iceland’, 2011. Digital photo. Photo: Siobhan McDonald, Iceland, 2011.

 

Readymade

Readymade

Series of DC-3 Dakota abandoned aircraft pieces collected on site in Iceland since June 2010
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Readymade

Readymade

Series of DC-3 Dakota abandoned aircraft pieces collected on site in Iceland since June 2010
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Installation shot

Installation shot

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

'Journey to the epicentre of a volcano'

'Journey to the epicentre of a volcano'

Digital photo, August 2012.

Siobhan McDonald

Iceland

 ‘64’

‘64’

 ‘64’, 2012.  (detail) 15 x 4 cm approx. Graph paper, Oil paint, Sumi Ink and Fire. A series of paintings made with the process Eninka: a technique devised by John Cage in the 1980's, where fire becomes fossilized in the painting’s surface.

Installation shot, Galway Arts Centre, 2012.

Installation shot

Installation shot

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Inverse

Inverse

2012, .003 section of the Earth, 1950's wood tripod, Perspex and mirror
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Inverse

Inverse

2012, .003 section of the Earth, 1950's wood tripod, Perspex and mirror (detail).
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Installation shot

Installation shot

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Retreating Glacier I

Retreating Glacier I

Oil on canvas

70 x 70 square

New Landmass

New Landmass

Oil on canvas

20 x 20 cm square

New Landmass II

New Landmass II

oil on canvas

70 cm square

End

End

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012
70 x 70 cm, Oil on Canvas.

‘64’

‘64’, 2012. 15 x 4 cm approx. Graph paper, Oil paint, Sumi Ink and Fire. A series of paintings made with the process Eninka: a technique devised by John Cage in the 1980's, where fire becomes fossilized in the painting’s surface.

Installation shot, Galway Arts Centre, 2012.

'Eyjafjallajokull'

'Eyjafjallajokull'

2012.Time lapse Video, 1 min looped, With special thanks to Frank Delaney and Sean Stiegemier.
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Lava Glass and Lava Bomb

From the Eyjafjallajokull volcano, 2011 (Installation shot)
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

‘Dakota DC3 abandoned aircraft, Iceland’, 2011.

‘Dakota DC3 abandoned aircraft, Iceland’, 2011. Digital photo. Photo: Siobhan McDonald, Iceland, 2011.

 

Readymade

Series of DC-3 Dakota abandoned aircraft pieces collected on site in Iceland since June 2010
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Readymade

Series of DC-3 Dakota abandoned aircraft pieces collected on site in Iceland since June 2010
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Installation shot

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

'Journey to the epicentre of a volcano'

Digital photo, August 2012.

Siobhan McDonald

Iceland

‘64’

 ‘64’, 2012.  (detail) 15 x 4 cm approx. Graph paper, Oil paint, Sumi Ink and Fire. A series of paintings made with the process Eninka: a technique devised by John Cage in the 1980's, where fire becomes fossilized in the painting’s surface.

Installation shot, Galway Arts Centre, 2012.

Installation shot

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Inverse

2012, .003 section of the Earth, 1950's wood tripod, Perspex and mirror
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Inverse

2012, .003 section of the Earth, 1950's wood tripod, Perspex and mirror (detail).
Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Installation shot

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012

Retreating Glacier I

Oil on canvas

70 x 70 square

New Landmass

Oil on canvas

20 x 20 cm square

New Landmass II

oil on canvas

70 cm square

End

Eye of the Storm, Galway Arts Centre
2012
70 x 70 cm, Oil on Canvas.

‘64’
'Eyjafjallajokull'
Lava Glass and Lava Bomb
‘Dakota DC3 abandoned aircraft, Iceland’, 2011.
Readymade
Readymade
Installation shot
'Journey to the epicentre of a volcano'
 ‘64’
Installation shot
Inverse
Inverse
Installation shot
Retreating Glacier I
New Landmass
New Landmass II
End