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Ste Murray, Ansin, Serpentine Pavilion
Ste Murray, Ansin, Serpentine Pavilion
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Ste Murray, Ansin, Serpentine Pavilion

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Ansin, Serpentine Pavilion

32 x 45 cm Framed / 30 x 42 cm Unframed
Open Edition
€227 Framed / €114 Unframed 
(includes 13.5% VAT)

From Serpentine Pavilion 2022 in London, designed by Theaster Gates. In documenting and recording the built environment, Ste’s role is often to translate the 3D into the 2D. The world that surrounds us is represented into a still image. Moments can be lost in translation, but new connections can sometimes emerge. The framing of a complicated space into the rigid rectangle can simplify this complexity, while simultaneously offering us a glimpse into a more ordered, formal, and abstract reality. This graphic flattening creates playful opportunities - the image pushes and pulls itself into being.

About the Artist

Ste Murray is an architectural and performance photographer based in Dublin.

As a graduate of Architecture in University College Dublin, Ste Murray’s practice is informed by an interest in the built environment. His works take the form of photographs, film and installations. Ste’s art practice is concerned with the patterns & habits of societies and the changing nature of spaces over time. In his commissioned work as an Architectural and Performance Photographer, he aims to bring an eye-for-detail and a process-focused approach to the work. Ste primarily works with Architects and Theatre Companies, putting collaboration at the fore.

Ste’s first photobook, self-published Have Pass, Will Travel launched as part of PhotoIreland Festival 2023.

Postage and Collection

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Alternatively, free Click-and-Collect is available from The Library Project at 4 Temple Bar Street, D02YK53 during opening hours.




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