A solo exhibition by Ciara Rodgers whereby the visual artist constructs a world around her research and experiences of the remains of mid-century modernist architecture. Drawings and photography are presented as a pseudo-archive of both real and imaginary structures and environments.
Ciara Rodgers is a visual artist based in Cork City, Ireland. She obtained a B.A (hons) in Fine Art from Crawford College of Art and design and an MA in Art and Process (MA:AP) in 2018.
Her practice includes instant analogue photography, charcoal drawing and sculptural installation with research focused on the modern ruin and the defunct debris that remains as human technology advances quickly. For more information and to view artwork visit ciararodgers.com
Time: 4pm - 10pm
Genres: Visual Art
Features: Family friendly / Wheelchair accessible
Address: LHQ Gallery, County Hall, Carrigrohane Rd
Website: http://021 4285000 ext 6971
Phone: 021 4285000 ext 6971
No Booking Required