Seeing things

Biography

Niamh McGuinne lives and works in Dublin and is a member of the Graphic Studio Dublin (GSD) since 2010. Her work practice involves traditional printmaking as well as adapted methods of transfer printing and stencil resist techniques. She primarily prints on paper, metal and film. Niamh has a MA in Conservation of Fine Art and…

CV

EDUCATION2018 – 2020 MFA Fine Art, NCAD1991 MA Conservation of Fine Art, Newcastle Polytechnic, Newcastle-upon-Tyne UK1988 BA History of Art and Archaeology, University College Dublin  AWARDS   2018 Sponsors Portfolio, Graphic Studio Dublin  2001 Sharing Conservation Science, The Louvre, Paris ICCROM    1998 Japanese Paper Conservation (JPC96 + 98) ICCROM1991 World of Watercolours and Drawings…

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Seeing things (detail 01)

Seeing things (detail 01) Dimensions: 16cm x 13cm Thermal transfer stencil on polyester Unique Repetition features in a current project; a group of prints with the working title ‘Seeing things’. Here the repetition of a window as motif opens the viewer to the realm of the imagination through the suggestion of presence/absence of everyday objects…

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Seeing things (detail 02)

Seeing things (detail 02) Dimensions: 16cm x 13cm Thermal transfer stencil on polyester Unique This project stemmed from my interest in windows; through which we both look in and out as a metaphor for our perception of ourselves and surroundings. Using the stylised widow template, I repeated motifs to give both figurative and abstract images of…

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Seeing things (detail 03)

  Seeing things (detail 03) Dimensions: 16cm x 13cm Thermal transfer stencil on polyester Unique This project stemmed from my interest in windows; through which we both look in and out as a metaphor for our perception of ourselves and surroundings. Using the stylised widow template, I repeated motifs to give both figurative and abstract images…

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Seeing things (detail 04)

Seeing things (detail 04) Dimensions: 16cm x 13cm Thermal transfer stencil on polyester Unique This project stemmed from my interest in windows; through which we both look in and out as a metaphor for our perception of ourselves and surroundings. Using the stylised widow template, I repeated motifs to give both figurative and abstract images of…

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Seeing things (detail 05)

Seeing things (detail 05) Dimensions: 16cm x 13cm Thermal transfer stencil on polyester Unique This project stemmed from my interest in windows; through which we both look in and out as a metaphor for our perception of ourselves and surroundings. Using the stylised widow template, I repeated motifs to give both figurative and abstract images of…

Shadowlight

Shadowlight Animation by Svetlana SobchenkoMusic by Lisa O’NeillProduction by George Brennan In Shadowlight themes of watching and being watched are presented to the spectator through a non-narrative sequence which hints at the private ethereal existence of spaces independent of us. How does the feeling or knowledge of being watched distort how we behave? Light and…

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