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Atoosa Pour Hossein's work explores questions around illusion, reality and perception. She attempts to convey and examine several recurring themes that relate to location, reflection, nostalgia and her relationship with her surroundings. Moving image performance is an important part of this process.
Mick O‘Shea’s works spring from his essential experience in drawing. His mediums include sculpture, drawing, sound and cooking. He has been instrumental in establishing a vibrant sound art scene in Cork.
Irene Murphy’s work questions the role of the artist, creative space, and engages with a broader concept of creativity. A common link in her art is ideas about performativeness, site specificity and communality with Murphy’s art acts being private interventions into public space.
30th June 2015 at Temple bar Gallery + Studios as part of Experimental Film society
More info about the EFS event HERE
Photos by Anthony Kelly