Artist: Lisa Freeman, Andrew McSweeney & David Mathúna
Exhibition: More Mutable Clouds
Vernissage: August 24 19.00 Uhr
Period: August 24 - August 25
* Lisa will perform at 19.00 Uhr
More Mutable Clouds is a group exhibition by three emerging Irish artists. The focus of the collaboration is to exhibit the work of each artist, with the intention of opening a discussion among the works themselves, and its audience. The work displayed in this exhibition consists of performance, animation/video & painting/print. While each artist has a multidisciplinary similarity in making work, their individual approach is evident. More Mutable Clouds in numerous ways aspires to explore the continual modification/status of themes such as, social identity & politics and commodified objects, while referencing the shift from both past and current subjects/topics from different historical contexts.
Lisa Freeman (b.1991) Freeman's practice is process-driven and research focused with the objective of gathering performative digital-based materialsfor video, performance and installation outcomes. She is interested in the formal properties and language of materials, their aesthetic, spatial and surface qualities, drawing upon elements of society, using props, costume and sound.
Andrew McSweeney (b.1992) is an Irish artist based in Berlin. Core to his practice is the investigation of minor forms of painting & materials and space. While audio plays an important part in the artists installation work, the exploration of his practice has strongly developed through the use of 3D software. His work plays with the ideas of manipulation and control, or lack of, as well as simulation/imitation.
David Mathúna (b.1991) is a multidisciplinary artist currently living and working in Cork City (IE). Making use of generative and improvised processes, David’s practice brings together video, photography, sound, illustration, collated data, performance and installation into a visceral, collage-based aesthetic.