Kate MacDonagh is an abstract artist whose work explores dualities of light and dark, scale and ephemerality, stillness and movement, the spectral and the material. Since spending time in Japan throughout the last four years, Kate's primary focus is on water-based woodblock printing (Mokuhanga) and water colour painting. From carving wood blocks to making prints, the carvings have taken on a new dimension becoming sculptural objects in themselves.
Closing Event, Sat. 25 Jan., 5pm
In-conversation with Kate MacDonagh, unravelling new developments in her practice. The conversation will open up through sound, as well as words, with a response through improvised sound to the work by Dublin based musician Eleanor Dawson.