Susan Bone, Colin Crotty, Dara McGrath, Eoin O’ Conaill, Killian O’ Dwyer, Claire Ryan
April 29th - June 11th

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Dara McGrath, Harpur Hill, Derbyshire, 2012

Where is the What if the What is in Why?* is a group exhibition exploring how artistic strategies investigate and represent peripheral and threshold spaces. These in-between places have long held magnetism for creative searching and experimentation. The histories and potentials that lie within such places may cast generative powers that can support reimaginings of our worldly connections. The exhibition title responds to the connective forces that attract such responses on transitional points, where things are hidden in plain sight or are not quite what they seem. It cues the varied artistic interactions – painting, photography, object-making and print - regarding how we live and our relations to objects and environments.

* Moloko Song Title
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    Susan Bone, “Leaf Litter” (Daphne), oil on board, 30 cm x 25 cm, 2015

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    Colin Crotty, Taking Turns, oil on linen, 32 cm x 25cm, 2015

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    Colin Crotty, Folly, oil on linen, 32 cm x 25 cm, 2015

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    Dara McGrath, Harpur Hill, Derbyshire, 2012, C-Type print on Giclée paper 60 cm x 50 cm framed, 2012. Edition of 5.

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    Eoin O’ Conaill, Path, fine art inkjet print, 100 cm x 85 cm framed, framed, 2013 Edition of 5.

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    Eoin O’ Conaill, Untitled, fine art inkjet print, 50 cm x 40 cm framed, framed, 2014, €550. Edition of 5.

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    Claire Ryan, Untitled from Beyond the Surface, matte Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm mounted on dibond, 2014. Edition of 10.

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    Claire Ryan, Untitled from Beyond the Surface, matte Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gsm mounted on dibond, 2014. Edition of 10.

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    Killian O’ Dwyer, from Imperial Subjects, II, 37.4 cm x 48 cm, four colour screen print on Fabriano 285 gsm paper, 2015. Edition of 4.

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    Killian O’ Dwyer, from Imperial Subjects, III, 37.4 cm x 48 cm, four colour screen print on Fabriano 285 gsm paper, 2015. Edition of 4.

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