A new installation by Dublin-based artist Tamsin Snow, curated by Chris Clarke and commissioned by The Glucksman.
Looking at soon-to-be obsolete machine technologies such as ATMs, photocopiers, and phone booths, incorporating CGI video animations, the installation incorporates sound, light and sculpture, and draws on Snow’s research into development in miniature robotics being used in biomedical engineering, artificial intelligence, and food-waste management. Relic explores new ways of understanding complex scientific research and how we can think about our relationship to technological developments.
Tamsin Snow is a Dublin-based artist whose installations have been shown in solo exhibitions at Temple Bar Gallery+ Studios, Dublin; Atelierfrankfurt, Frankfurt; Block 336, London; Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray; and Oonagh Young Gallery, Dublin. Her group exhibitions include shows in Dublin, Helsinki, London, New York, Stockholm, and Vienna.
Additional Artist Talk, Thursday 22 June, 1-2 pm at Cork Centre for Architectural Education, Douglas Street: Artist Tamsin Snow will speak about her new installation Relic commissioned by the Glucksman in the context of her wider practice in this artist talk. Free, all welcome. For more information see https://www.glucksman.org/even...
Supported by the Arts Council