• August 31, 2018
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by Athanasia Hughes

Goya’s Way is about the loss of first love and painting. Aidan, an anxious art student becomes obsessed with a photograph he finds inside a book about Goya. His quest to find the subject of the mysterious photograph turns his life and his mind upside down. Haunted by the promise of the found photograph Aidan struggles with his paintings while his sanity starts to slip away.

  • August 31, 2018
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by John Hughes

[surface and sub-surface subversions UNDERGROUND. Experiments in voice, narrative and sound collage]

 

  • September 28, 2017
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  • September 13, 2017
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I’m not exactly sure when it began, and I wouldn’t even describe it as an obsession as such. It was more a case of recognition.

  • July 7, 2017
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The images of saccharine, faux Meissen ballerinas and shepherdesses, dolls with dolls, posed in front of the artist’s paintings, collages or found fabrics are installation photographs or the documentation of performances. As the images are on the recto of the printed sheet (the usual home of text), the text, now on the verso, becomes destabilized, as if fabricated to illustrate the image.