Laura Poff -There is nothing more…

There is Nothing More… There is Nothing More… is the first solo exhibition by Laura Poff. Her practice is predominantly drawing based and also encompasses sculpture and installation. Through repetitive methods and actions, she creates works that endeavour to evoke something of the meditative state involved in their construction. She references organic forms and patterns,Continue reading “Laura Poff -There is nothing more…”

Camilla Hanney – Gathering Dust

Gathering Dust Gathering Dust, a site-specific installation, explores themes of impermanence, cycles, traces and death. It reminds us that we are all but transient beings and our bodies, along with the material world that surrounds us, are in a slow process of returning back to the dust from which we came. The installation’s fragile qualitiesContinue reading “Camilla Hanney – Gathering Dust”

‘Gathering Dust’ Photographs 2015

Camilla Hanney was the recipient of the Graduate residency award for 2015. Below are a selection of photographs from her solo show ‘Gathering Dust” at Ormond Studios .   Gathering Dust, a site-specific installation, explores themes of impermanence, cycles, traces and death. It reminds us that we are all but transient beings and our bodies,Continue reading “‘Gathering Dust’ Photographs 2015”

‘JUST DO IT’ Opening Photographs 2014

Below are a selection of Photographs from ;JUST DO IT’ by Avril Corroon, recipient of our 2014 Graduate Residency Award. This exhibition comprised of a video installation, which was the result of a six-week residency in our studios. Avril Corroon graduated in 2014 from the National College of Art and Design where she studied FineContinue reading “‘JUST DO IT’ Opening Photographs 2014”