Relentless Melt at Farmleigh House this Summer

Collective group show ‘relentless Melt‘ is showcasing a photo exhibition at the Motorhouse Gallery, Farmleigh House until the 12th of August 2012.

‘Melt Collective’ comprises of a group of lens based visual artists who met while completing a BA in Photographic Media in Griffith College Dublin.

‘Relentless melt’ is the collectives first group show since graduating.The work on display is visually and thematically diverse touching on issues of identity, environmental concerns, science, voyeurism, and memory.

Artists exhibiting are:

Bobby Barbour was inspired by how society and the Western world is striving for better, cost-effective and ultimately more efficient modes of production, and the need for better supply. Above is an orange-banana.

Alan Bennett has created a compelling set of portraits about how others perceived us through a personal project called Shout!

Jose carlos wanted to explore the practice of obtaining sexual gratification by looking at sexual objects or acts, especially secretively.

Ray Hegarty has put together a fine art project on the splendor of old age through a personal and intimate portrait of his father.

Jurga Raka has created a “Plastic Soup”. The series of pictures was made with particular reference to the plastic pollution of the Oceans.

Other artists include Karen Tierney, Sonja Kroll, Cindy Morrissey and David Nugent.

The exhibition started on the 4th Jul 2012 (Wed) and will end in ten days. So before the summer melts away, have a look at this exhibition and like the GCD Graduate-Photography Exhibition page.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/GCD-Graduate-Photography-Exhibition-Media-Show/140531952687477

List of the artists’s page:
http://www.source.ie/graduate/2012/grifcollba/grifcollba_student_15_04_11_09-05-12/grifcollba_student_15_04_11_09-05-12.php

Where: Motor House, Farmleigh House, Castleknock, Dublin 15.

When: 4th July-12th Aug- Opening hours: 10 am 5 pm.

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