Tag Archives: James Turrell

JORDAN HUTCHINGS

  A year has passed between the first an the last of Hutchings’s images.  Although they protect their individual identity they are peacefully similar, in that they trap light into a kind of trinity: light is the subject, medium and … Continue reading

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John Robinson, Installation, June 2014, University of Ulster, Belfast

  The following short statement  is John Robinson introduction to the two installations for the MFA final exhibition. Transfigure originates from the subtle changes of light that occur at Dawn and Dusk, in which visual awareness is heightened and a there … Continue reading

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Karine Talec

Karine Talec: Drawing In the Light, 2013, University of Ulster Degree shows, Belfast Her gestures as drawings in the air are readily understood. In the above frame  it appears as if she is  responding  to someone in the audience. In … Continue reading

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John Robinson

John Robinson: Reflection, Platform Arts, Belfast, May 2013 On the mezzanine floor room separated thus from the rest of the exhibition upstairs, in a dark room, an apparition of digital moving image and a slowly dripping water into a black … Continue reading

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