Tropisms presents a close-knit family of abstract painting, made objects and a hybridity of both.
The exhibition borrows its title from modernist writer Nathalie Sarraute’s 1939 novel, and also utilises the concept of the terms definition; the biological movements of plants and organisms prompted by external stimuli. Under this umbrella,
the sculptural elements and painted image are held together in their own form of tropism, prying into the participation of human and non-human force.
Natasha Pike is based in West Cork after several influential years living and working in Berlin.
She has an MA in Art and Process from the Crawford College of Art and Design and a BA in Fine Art from Falmouth University. In 2020 she was shortlisted for the RDS Visual Art Awards and was the recipient of the Lismore Castle Arts Graduate Award resulting in a solo exhibition at St Carthage Hall. She has had solo exhibitions at Origin Gallery Dublin and was recently selected for a Munster Technological University purchase prize.
Time: 3pm - 9pm
Genres: Visual Art / Visuals
Features: Family friendly
Address: Astna Square
No Booking Required