is an Irish practitioner who explores themes of consciousness, loss, difference, inversion and abstraction through his work. His doctoral thesis focuses on the use of practice-based visual methodologies in engaging with visual design, specifically within the realm of political visual communication. He has exhibited a variety of works at several venues around the world, including London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Germany and Japan.
Field Day: Descent captures the realisation that this sensation of euphoria was fleeting and ephemeral. The work aims to convey that terrifying notion of oblivion and how, in that moment of free-fall, we wish that we had listened before buying a ticket to ride.
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