About / CURRENT

 
R.W.G. Hingston (1920-1924) Himalaya Mountains, black and white glass slide courtesy of Trinity College Dublin & Jill (Sheilagh) Hingston   Standing Above Everything, idle days and minor battles

R.W.G. Hingston (1920-1924) Himalaya Mountains, black and white glass slide courtesy of Trinity College Dublin & Jill (Sheilagh) Hingston

Standing Above Everything, idle days and minor battles

About:

Ruth Clinton and Niamh Moriarty are collaborative artists currently living and working remotely between Dublin and Sligo. We use performance, video, sound installation and storytelling, along with a detailed research process, to convey visions of transience and resistance. Through mimetic acts of communication and repetition, of resurrection and preservation, we investigate humanity’s struggle against overwhelming natural forces and ask how we can look beyond our perceptions of infinity.

Contact: ruthandniamh@gmail.com

Current:

Standing Above Everything, idle days and minor battles was launched in December 2018 and is available to purchase at: 100 Years Ago Today

We are currently developing a project concerned with the Great Western Railway, supported by Limerick City Gallery; Askeaton Contemporary Arts; The Arts Council of Ireland and Fingal Arts Office.

 
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