Fiona Kelly depicts landscape through a variety of means and mediums, but always comes back to its very foundations—earth itself and geological stratigraphy. In this project, she engages with the esker, a distinctly Irish landform. The project evolved through an artist residency at GannonEco, a plant located in a disused industrial quarry along the Esker Riada that repurposes matter and by-products of industrial manufacturing.
Running May 7th – 20th August at Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh. More info here.
Curated by Miguel Amado, director of SIRIUS.
Produced by SIRIUS.
Artist supported by the Arts Council of Ireland, Project Award 2021