Imposed Geometries is an exhibition by artists Tom Brawn, Betty Gannon and Cormac O’Leary.
The exhibition explores the idea of the man-made structure within a broader spatial context: organised architectural forms existing within ‘loose’, undetermined environments.
Philosopher Gaston Bachelard described the house as “a body of images that give mankind proofs or illusions of stability”. Imposed Geometries takes the concept of the house/structure and offers a series of dynamic meditations in painting and sculpture, with recent work by three West of Ireland artists.
Curated by Ian Wieczorek.
Official Opening: Monday 10 October, 7pm. All welcome.
Open Mon 10-Sat 15 October, 10am-4pm.
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