Zukunftsmusik – detail, mild steel, concrete, 3D prints, found objects, 2017-2018; photo credits venividiphoto.net

Zukunftsmusik – mild steel, concrete, 3D prints, found objects, 2017-2018; photo credits venividiphoto.net

Barking Dog Seldom Bites – mild steel, wood, motion triggered sound & projection, electronic parts, 2017-2018

Barking Dog Seldom Bites – mild steel, wood, motion triggered sound & projection, electronic parts, 2017-2018;
photo credits: venividiphoto.net

Barking Dog Seldom Bites – mild steel, wood, motion triggered sound & projection, electronic parts, 2017-2018;
photo credits: venividiphoto.net

Hidden Potential – mild-steel, sound, 3D animation loop, 3D prints, electronic parts, 2017-2018;
photo credits: venividiphoto.net

Hidden Potential – installation view, mild-steel, sound, 3D animation loop, 3D prints, electronic parts, 2017-2018;
photo credits: venividiphoto.net

Hidden Potential – installation view, mild-steel, sound, 3D animation loop, 3D prints, electronic parts, 2017-2018;
photo credits: venividiphoto.net

the paradise of the heart

TACTIC Gallery, Elizabeth Fort, Cork, Ireland

Jan 27 - Feb 8, 2018

Inspired by an allegorical literary work Labyrinth of the World and Paradise of the Heart by the 17th century scholar John Amos Comenius, this collaborative exhibition examines the concept of home as a safe place for personal development and self-expression. In the exhibition, the artists respond visually to this allegorical work and bring its subject matter into the contemporary context of Cork city.

(Exhibition Guide)
Exhibition Review at Circa Art Magazine Online by Catherine Harty
Exhibition Review at headstuff.org by Daire O'Shea