Tamsin Snow – On Ice

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Tuesday 18th January - Saturday 26th February

First Solo Exhibition in Ireland by Tamsin Snow at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

Tamsin Snow manipulates the visual language and streamlined aesthetics of the biotech, medical and financial industries to examine our daily interactions with familiar systems of circulation: bodily, viral, elemental, cultural, and economic.

Snow’s preoccupation with transitional spaces includes multi-faith and autopsy rooms, airport terminals and cryogenics laboratories, each connected to the suspension of time. The reinterpretation of the gallery as a waiting area with minimal conveniences is a composite of a public plaza and corporate lobby. Its seating, air-conditioning unit, personal banking machine, and information/entertainment screens, present a purgatorial environment that reflects the uncertainty around our tenuous gatherings, and the irregular passing of time.


Date:
Tuesday 18th January - Saturday 26th February
Time:
11.00am
Price:
Free
Address:
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

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