RE-ENGAGE // Window exhibition at micro GALLERY at 46 Grand Parade

RE-ENGAGE // Window exhibition at micro GALLERY at 46 Grand Parade

Date: 7th May 2021 - 28th May 2021
Time: 7am-9pm
Venue: The MTU Gallery at 46 Grand Parade
Cost:Free

RE-ENGAGE

Project 1 of the micro GALLERY Open Call Series 2021

by CCAD Alumni - Pauline Gibbons and Catherine Murray

 

Project Statement

Many aspects of our way of life at present has inspired this work. Our world is rapidly changing, and our trust now lies with science and hope for the future. The use of scientific and organic materials alludes to nature and the principals found within it, as well as within the human body. The work will explore the transparency and delicacy of the materials, which link a beginning and end achieved by the translucency of tubes and the filtering of light. It brings to light the interconnected systems that keep our environment in order.

Through the intricate combination of objects, the work references the use of scientific materials which become vessels for the organic. The piece strives to re-engage the senses using containers of information. These objects are created for a specific purpose. They have meaning and significance only within that context. They are created with aesthetic considerations, with a strong emphasis on craftsmanship.

View of the window exhibit Re-Engage, micro GALLERY project 1 by Pauline Gibbons and Catherine Murray at the MTU Gallery at 46 Grand Parade (image taken by Liam Bee)

 

Project Images from inside the window

Close up detail of Re-Engage, micro GALLERY project 1 by Pauline Gibbons and Catherine Murray at the MTU Gallery at 46 Grand Parade (image taken by Liam Bee)
 

Close up detail of Re-Engage, micro GALLERY project 1 by Pauline Gibbons and Catherine Murray at the MTU Gallery at 46 Grand Parade (image taken by Liam Bee)
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