Still Life - video stills, drawings. Wexford Arts Center

The use of duality, appropriation and transformation are investigated through the diverse approaches of Walsh’s practice in this exhibition. The inherent dualities critically reflect the work’s ability to become something else; packaging becomes architecture as Walsh employs an architectural ‘short-hand’ demystifying the monumental. She highlights the homogenisation of our physical world through this process of cross-referencing in which photography not only serves to document but also encourages a double-take. Still Life articulates aspects of the debate of representation and mediation of objects and of place.

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Image 1 to 6: Title: Still Life Medium: video stills Dimensions: variable

Image 7: Title: Still Life Drawing No. 5 Medium: pencil & watercolour on paper Dimensions: 70 x100cm

Image 8: Title: Still Life Drawing No. 7 Medium: pencil & watercolour on paper Dimensions: 70 x 100cm

Image 9: Title: Still Life Drawing No. 6 Medium: pencil & watercolour on paper Dimensions: 100 x140cm