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River Drawing Experiment Video

I wanted to experiment with mixing some of the material I had gathered from moving image, night time stills and drawings from the off cuts of boat building from the Workman’s Boat Club. I am interested in layering the media and materials echoing the forms and blurring between drawing and still image and looking at the moving image as a constantly moving tracing line so sometimes the forms hover or appear to be there like an afterimage or echo.

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Webcam on the River Suir at Clonmel

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Over the course of a month we downloaded images every day from 6am-9pm from the webcam situated in Clonmel to gauge water levels on the River Suir.

 


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Peculiarity and Particularity of Form

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I was really struck by the wooden forms in the Workman’s Boat Club – the peculiarity and particularity of these forms to the boat building craft and the refinement of these forms so that each one fits, it just fits. I would like to work with these drawings further – they may form the stills of a short film.


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Sounding Lines Multimedia Artwork Trail Saturday 30th August 2014

In advance of the Sounding Lines Multimedia Artwork Trail if you can download a Free QR Code Scanner and Reader onto your smart phone or iPhone

here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.scan.android.client&hl=en

or here: https://itunes.apple.com/ie/app/bakodo-barcode-scanner-qr/id371932548?mt=8

The Art Trail takes place on Saturday 30th August 2014 (11am-4pm) as part of Heritage Week

Location: Tow path the first 2.5 km starting at Kilsheelan towards Carrick On Suir

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