Reflection

Helen O'Hare

    Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

    Abstract

    As a progression of earlier works the artist continues to explore the representation of archaeology through textile art.At first sight the viewer is presented with a complex pattern inspired by the reflection of the courtyard at Häme castle, Finland. On closer inspection fine detail is revealed within the apparent layer, which can be distinguished with varying levels of clarity. Pathways are revealed within the detail, which echo movements and actions of the past, which have now become lost from the public record. As with a court of law, although the evidence of past events can be gathered and presented as a matter of fact, a large degree of interpretation is required in order to form, what the observer may believe to be, a complete version of past events
    LanguageEnglish
    Size1
    Publication statusPublished - Feb 2008
    EventReflection - Häme Castle, Finland
    Duration: 1 Feb 2008 → …

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    O'Hare, H. (Author). (2008). Reflection. Exhibition, Retrieved from http://uir.ulster.ac.uk/2379/1/hame_castle.jpg
    O'Hare, Helen (Author). / Reflection. [Exhibition].
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