The Land

The Land

19th Sep 2013 - 27th Sep 2013

Opens Thursday 19th, 18:00 - 20:00
Culture Night Friday 20th 18:00-22:00
Tues 23th - Fri 27th 11am - 5pm

The Land is a new body of sculptural and video works by Adrian Duncan and

Feargal Ward. It looks at a particular series of modern traces left on the Irish

landscape by our living on it, but also by our passing over, through and into

it. The tools and models of these interactions will be brought to the fore and

presented in The Joinery gallery space.

The Land is a new body of sculptural and video works by Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward. It looks at a particular series of modern traces left on the Irish landscape by our living on it, but also by our passing over, through and into it. The tools and models of these interactions will be brought to the fore and presented in The Joinery gallery space. The Land is a new body of sculptural and video works by Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward. It looks at a particular series of modern traces left on the Irish landscape by our living on it, but also by our passing over, through and into it. The tools and models of these interactions will be brought to the fore and presented in The Joinery gallery space.
The Land is a new body of sculptural and video works by Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward. It looks at a particular series of modern traces left on the Irish landscape by our living on it, but also by our passing over, through and into it. The tools and models of these interactions will be brought to the fore and presented in The Joinery gallery space. The Land is a new body of sculptural and video works by Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward. It looks at a particular series of modern traces left on the Irish landscape by our living on it, but also by our passing over, through and into it. The tools and models of these interactions will be brought to the fore and presented in The Joinery gallery space. The Land is a new body of sculptural and video works by Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward. It looks at a particular series of modern traces left on the Irish landscape by our living on it, but also by our passing over, through and into it. The tools and models of these interactions will be brought to the fore and presented in The Joinery gallery space.