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‘Love my Love’ from the Madwoman’s Milk series
33 x 33 cm Framed
Edition of 5
€783 Framed (includes 13.5% VAT)
This series captures wildflowers - photographed through a series of experimentation with in-camera techniques, guided like a botanist, the flowers were explored through myths that connects us to place, that can erupt a healing, a magic, that we can become seeds of change - the work arouses a changed state of mind. The flowers embody this change, they help dissolve, shift, or awaken something inside us like a journey of our senses, creating internal energy, a connection to a world beyond human. The title is a taken from a title of a flowering plant in the spurge family most common found in Ireland and Europe in Springtime.
Sinéad Curran makes photography and films, both analogue and digital, and temporal sculptural object based interventions. She is interested in the materiality of photographic techniques, which she uses as a tool to engage in an ecological and site specific response. Critical thinking informs her work through making, and varied disciplines that include the writings of Donna Harraway, Robert MacFarlane, Timothy Morton, and Robin Wall Kimmerer.
Sinéad is a recipient of Villa Lena residency Award Italy (2023). Recent publications include The Long Mirror (2022) a collaboration with artist Jane Locke, First Plantation (2019). Exhibitioned at the PhotoIreland Festival 2022, Halftone(2022), Earth Rising, IMMA(2022), and solo exhibitions held at Darkroom (2019), Linehall Arts Centre (2019), Rua Red (2015). Other career highlights include residency at Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity (2017) & participation in Tulca (2016). Sinéad is a member of the ‘Roots for the Future’ collective.
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