Monthly Archives: April 2016

Difficult art (April 2016)

Helen O’Leary has included the following as a part of the genesis of The Shelf Life of Facts (2016, MAC Belfast): “I ended up in Paris and found myself walking to the Museum of War a lot, and I’d look … Continue reading

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Peter FitzGerald, 2016, http://connemara.website

These photographs are deliberately rotated 90°. We see into landscapes. We are less inclined to see the visual structure of what is before us. But we can make things strange in order to see differently – through rotation, for example. Then we see … Continue reading

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