An Exhibition of Work by
Aoife BAnville & Elayne O'Connor
30th November - 2oth December
Official Opening on Friday 29th November at 7pm
This is a free event & All are welcome
The Presentation Centre is proud to host a joint exhibition of work by Aoife Banville & Elayne O’Connor.
The title of this exhibition relates to the 'Tyndall effect' where small particles cause a scattering of light to make rainbows or a blue sky, small effects with a big impact, originally discovered by an Irish physicist; John Tyndall.
Through the display of broody Irish countryscapes alongside softly lit paper lanterns that guide the way through the exhibition, attention is drawn to the prevalence of new, historical and sometimes distant, connections between people, places and ideas. TYNDALL aims to highlight the importance and fragility of interpersonal connections and connections between communities, in this case, brought together or connected by light and to remind ourselves of the power of reaching out to those around you, near and far, and of what can be created through small impactful motions. The themes explored in TYNDALL are ever present in a world so full of connectivity and loneliness.
Both Aoife Banville & Elayne O’Connor featured in the Enniscorthy Arts Trial 2019. More information on both artists can be found at www.aoifebanville.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
TYNDALL will run from 30th November, continuing until the 20th December, connecting artists, visitors, counties and ideas.
For more information, call us at 0539233000 or email email@example.com