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The Map Wall

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Mark Joyce

The Map Wall (2003) is a vertical, duel-sided structure, consisting of eight panels mounted on either side of a supporting wall which is made from reinforced concrete.

The stone panels are made from Mountcharles Granite, and measure 184cm x 100cm each, with the artwork’s overall dim...

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Ark of Tides

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Marie Barrett

The Ark of Tides (2003) was a sculptural, photographic and socially engaged art commission which was temporarily located at Pollan Beach, Ballyliffin, Co. Donegal, Ireland.

The project was inspired by the life of Fr. John Colgan, O.F.M. (1592-1658) – a hagiographer whose family came from the ...

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Together and Apart

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Antony Gormley

Together and Apart (2001) is a cast-iron sculpture of a lone figure, with head slightly bowed and arms pressed close to the body. It is one of a series of five figures, created in a similar style to Gormley's famous anthropomorphic body cast series of the 1980s.

It was not originally commission...

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Reflectors - Image
David Beattie

A series of four individually engineered and cast terrazzo sculptures situated on a newly completed walkway adjacent to the River Dargle in Bray, County Wicklow. The sculptures or reflectors are sonic works that focus on the amplification of the existing ambient soundscapes of the river along the...

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Amaptocare - Image
Jochen Gerz

The idea for Amaptocare (a map to care) was to invert the routine of social housing and institutional urbanism by inviting the residents in Ballymun to make a public, fiscal donation to their own area, and by so doing asserting their agency with regard to their immediate environment.

Gerz i...

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Me Jewel and Darlin’

Me Jewel and Darlin’ - Image
Sean Lynch

The title for the project, Me Jewel & Darlin’, was borrowed from Eamonn McThomais’ book of the same name. The public artwork was located on O’Connell Street from January 2011 until April 2012, near The Spire, on the central axis of the city’s main thoroughfare. It consisted of a displ...

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In-Visible - Image
Tina O'Connell

‘In-Visible’ (2001) is a contemporary sculpture incorporating a water feature. Inspired by the connection between Waterford City and the world famous Waterford Glass industry, O'Connell's work consists of a very large transparent acrylic sphere (2 metres in diameter), over whic...

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Word-Tree and Our Place

Word-Tree and Our Place - Image
Cathal McCarthy

A sculpture and LED photographic installation commissioned by Sancta Maria Secondary School in Louisburgh, County Mayo. The artwork explores ideas about community, place, being and the natural world via poetry, drone photography and sculpture.

The project consists of two parts; an outdoor, perma...

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Bamboo Scaffolding

Bamboo Scaffolding - Image
Dan Shipsides

Bamboo Scaffolding (2000) involved the erection of a bamboo structure on the facade of the disused Carlton Cinema building on O’Connell Street in Dublin’s city centre. The Carlton Cinema building was, at the time, being renovated under a major redevelopment scheme for the whole of O’Connell...

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FIND Art Project

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Nuala Clarke, Crystal Gandrud, Alice Dixon, Anthony Champa, Joanna Hopkins, Chris Leach, Amanda Rice & Ian Wieczorek.

FIND was a public art initiative comprising a series of temporary artworks, installations, and events around the town of Castlebar, Co Mayo.  This project was the first collaboration of the Linenhall Arts Centre and the Mayo County Council Public Art Programme, curated by Gaynor Seville.&nbs...

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