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Daphne Wright’s work manoeuvres things into well-wrought but delicate doubt – shifting buy viagra between taughtness and mess, it sets viagra online imagery, materials and language in constant metaphorical motion. Using a wide range of materials – plaster, tinfoil, video, printmaking, found objects and performance – she creates worlds that are beautiful and rather eerie which feel like the threshold to somewhere new. Her numerous solo exhibitions including Quad, Derby; Limerick City Art Gallery; Frith Street Gallery, London; New Art Centre Sculpture Park and Gallery, Roche Court, Wiltshire and Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin. She has also worked on several large-scale public art projects including Home Ornaments, Gorbals, Glasgow in association with CWZG Architects and Artworks Programme 20.
Evelyn, a bust of an elderly woman, is a brand new commission for Kinsale Arts Festival. The second work, I know what it’s like, is a powerful video projection, a haunting evocation of memory, heartache and isolation. Both works can be seen at the seventeenth century Charles Fort heritage site.