GMIT Cluain Mhuire - Student Art Exhibition 2013



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Arlene McPadden “Hybridization is the ways in which forms become separated from existing practices and recombine with new forms in new practices” (Rowe and Schelling 1991:231). My work can be seen as a metaphor for the discussion of integration and multiculturalism as a demographic model in western society. I am using classification as a form of process within the work, combining materials that highlight hybridization. Title: Ieiunium Phasianis Medium: Taxidermic animals, wood, glass, found objects Alannah Barrett My work is an emotional response in regards to one’s connections with place. The work explores themes regarding the landscape and family dynamics, and so uses these notions to create a visual dialogue. My installations have a balance and coherent rhythm between each of the conceptual components that I choose to employ. Rachael O’Dwyer My practice deals with the structural integrity of an object, environment, being or idea. I create semi-submersive works, in a bid to encourage an awareness of where the reality lies. We take for granted, we assume too much. Title: Untitled Medium: Plaster, Wire, Feathers Dimensions: 8x4 Feet at longest/widest
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Date Created 5/30/2013

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