Tataiana Trouve’s mode of research and art practice runs a few parallels with how my own process has been evolving. The images from this exhibition in Berlin from 2016 are a great example of the duality and balance between drawing and installation, 2D and 3D in her works: Tatiana Trouvé “From Alexandrinenstrasse to the unnamed path”… Continue reading INTERWORLDS- The Process of Tatiana Trouve
Reading from the studio, Jaques Ranciere, The Ignorant Schoolmaster led me to think about the difficulties that women faced to gain entry to further education in the past .Ranciere - The Ignorant Schoolmaster_ch_one In the past, I studied and implemented the Montessori teaching method as an early childhood educator and a special needs assistant. A… Continue reading Higher Dimensions
Attempting to create a narrative with objects. Different compositions- could they be dwellings? A cityscape made up of skeletal objects
The Paris-based artist Tatiana Trouvé tackles the uncertain boundaries of fiction and reality, the mental and the physical, and explores notions of time, space and memory. She produces sculptures, drawings, and installations, many of which incorporate architectural interventions. One of her most well known pieces is the expansive project titled Bureau d’Activités Implicites (or Bureau… Continue reading Tatiana Trouve – Time, Space and Memory
Allegories of Modernism: Contemporary Drawing provocatively explores developments in drawing since the mid-1970s. Following Drawing Now, the Museum’s pioneering exhibition of 1976 that documented the emergence of drawing as a major and independent means of expression, Allegories of Modernism records the important and multifaceted role of drawing in art today. The exhibition includes some 200 works by more than… Continue reading MoMA Allegories of Modernism: Contemporary Drawing February 16–May 5, 1992
Presentation at the beginning of the MA in Arts and Process to introduce my previous and current practice: My work addresses philosophical questions on existence and understanding ourselves through space we inhabit with a focus on architectural elements such as doorways, tunnels, and windows. These “portals of the unknown” represent curiosity. At the time… Continue reading Practice Presentation
My site-specific response involved drawing slowly but continuously on rolled paper with charcoal to record the passing of light through the gallery over the performance period. Changing viewpoint in a clockwise direction every 45 minutes and recording new elements, I mapped the changing light as it penetrated the space and the resulting shadows, I implemented… Continue reading 6Marks: CCAD Graduate Artists, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork 19th-25th Oct 2017
6marks live drawing performance 19th October 11am-5pm Wandesford Quay Gallery. Work from this event will be displayed on the 21st-25th with a closing ceremony on Wednesday 25th @5pm Press Release, Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, Ireland: CORK-GRADUATE ARTISTS PRESENT 6MARKS, A SITE-SPECIFIC RESPONSE THROUGH DRAWING AND PERFORMANCE CIT Wandesford Quay is proud to present 6marks, an… Continue reading Really excited about our first event as a contemporary drawing collective!
It's great to be involved in such a worthwhile project and the closing event even features a traditional stew tasting competition! Taken from Anitasorphanage.com: "Through decades of war, exploding land mines, poverty and rampant diseases such as AIDS, Cambodias orphanage population continues to grow. Anita’s Orphanage was born from the experiences of a man named… Continue reading The Ghost of George Boole. On display in Henchy's bar, St. Lukes, Cork. Art Exhibition in aid of Anitas Orphanage Cambodia Running until 4th of November 2017.