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Róisín White, Give me a crash course in... bulk buying housing
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Róisín White, Give me a crash course in... bulk buying housing

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Give me a crash course in... bulk buying housing
2023
Photography - Risograph
30 x 21 cm Unframed
Edition of 30
€35 Unframed (includes 13.5% VAT) 

About the Artist

Róisín White is a visual artist based in Dublin, working primarily with photography, while incorporating drawing, sculpture, and collage into her practice. Róisín holds a BA (hons) in Photography from DIT, and certificates in Ceramics, Sculpture and Drawing from NCAD. Róisín White’s work draws from found objects, images, and archival materials, where she is interested in exploring lore and the fictional narrative that can be discovered in discarded imagery and objects. Storytelling and process are central parts of White’s practice. She is currently developing her photographic work into a more sculptural practice, using fabric, wood, resin, and furniture, all with a photographic root. She works with her hands, generally printing in the darkroom where possible, using sculpture and interventions in the gallery or the landscape as modes of experimentation and play within the project’s delivery or development.

White has exhibited her work in Ireland and across Europe, including the Finnish Museum of Photography, PhotoIreland Festival, and the Capa Centre. She was selected to represent PhotoIreland at Futures Photography platform, and was selected from an international open call to take part in Parallel European Photography Platform in 2018/9. Her project “Lay Her Down Upon Her Back” was selected for the third edition of New Irish Works in 2019, the Blow Photo Fuse Photobook Residency, and the Landskrona Photobook award, who will publish the book in late 2023.


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