A Silent Space in The Turning World.  Watercolour and pure pigment on paper. 70 x 100 cm. 2018.

A Silent Space in The Turning World. Watercolour and pure pigment on paper. 70 x 100 cm. 2018.

 

This work was part of a solo exhibition commissioned by Miranda Driscoll, Sirius Arts Centre titled A Silent Space in the Turning World from 14 February to 27 April 2019. Sirius launched a publication titled One Here Now: the Brian O'Doherty / Patrick Ireland Project of the artists participating in the year-long project (co-published with Paper Visual Art and designed by Daly & Lyon) on Saturday 27th April, launched by Frances Morris, Director, Tate Modern.

Walsh’s new paintings, collages and blueprints reinterpret architecture and landscape and reflect on Brian O'Doherty's longstanding engagement with space, place and architecture, see Sirius. She explores how architecture affects the way we move and behave. Taking her inspiration from the language of architecture she construct imagined proposals exploring ideas relating to built space and contemporary culture. Read more.

Opening talk by Dr. Yvonne Scott, Associate Professor of History of Art at Trinity College Dublin. Supported by the Arts Council and Cork County Council. 

 
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Title: Blueprint for a Community Space. Dimensions 50x70cm. Medium Cyanotype on Fabriano. Date 2018

 
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Title: Beautiful Building with Liquid Sunrise. Dimensions 42 x 50cm. Medium Pencil and collage on paper. Date 2016

 
Why Tilda Why?  Collage and pen on paper, 52x46cm.

Why Tilda Why? Collage and pen on paper, 52x46cm.

Why Tilda Why? Come see why in...

Part of a solo exhibition in Grölle Pass Projects, showing collage, painting, blueprints and film. Grölle Pass Projects, Wuppertal is just outside Cologne / Düsseldorf. From 8 March 28 April 2019. Supported by CULTURAL IRELAND. See install images plus http://www.groelle.de/raum2-exhibitions.php?p=267

 
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Title: Cap-a-city, film still. Selected for Solas Nua-Dupont, Washington DC, 2018 / Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, Culture Night, 2017 / CUBEOpen Manchester, 2010 / Beyond the Frontier, Wexford County Council.

Dimensions variable.

‘Can we draw you out?’ A community project in Bunscoil Rís, New Ross, a Primary School in County Wexford. Co-produced and curated by Mary-Ruth Walsh. Users of the font must agree to the designer’s ethos as defenders of human rights, and this font is not to be used by organisations or people as a tool for oppression of any collective or person.   CLICK IMAGE FOR MORE IMAGES

‘Can we draw you out?’ A community project in Bunscoil Rís, New Ross, a Primary School in County Wexford. Co-produced and curated by Mary-Ruth Walsh. Users of the font must agree to the designer’s ethos as defenders of human rights, and this font is not to be used by organisations or people as a tool for oppression of any collective or person.

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‘Can we draw you out?’ A NEW FONT IS BORN from a community project…

in Bunscoil Rís, New Ross, a Primary School in County Wexford. Co-produced. Co-produced and curated by Mary-Ruth Walsh.

The project took the town's rich architectural heritage as a source of inspiration. The idea was to look again at our town, its buildings and unique architecture in a totally fresh way. We wanted to bring attention to the very fabric of our surroundings which is often taken for granted. We didn’t know that we were about to see the extraordinary power of line and drawing in a different light. Invited artist Elida Maiques, cartoonist, illustrator and filmmaker showed the children how to transform the letters of the alphabet into homes!

Supported and launched by www.kennedysummerschool.ie . Funded by the Arts Office, Wexford County Council and New Ross Municipal District

DOWNLOAD FONT HERE go to ‘NewRoss-Regular.tif’

*Users of the font must agree to the designer’s ethos as defenders of human rights, and this font is not to be used by organisations or people as a tool for oppression of any collective or person.