Grike: Sculpture as resistance in the anthropocene

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  • Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm
    Private view: 25 Oct, 7pm

  • Evolution House
    Tent Gallery
    78 West Port
    EH1 2LE

An exhibition by the Chilean art collective, Natural Signs. The exhibition is the result of a residency at the Burren College of Arts, in Ballyvaughan, Ireland in the months of July and August 2018. During that time the artists created a permanent sculptural piece in the landscape of the Burren National Park. “Grike” the central piece of this exhibition is the result of an investigation about the ecological and anthropogenic factors that shaped the landscape of the Burren. The resulting sculptural process is a response of five thousand years of anthropogenic intervention on the site. The piece was documented on a film that is going to be presented in this exhibition along with sculptural pieces by Luis Guzmán. 

Natural Signs are Luis Guzmán and Diego Estrada