SOUND | CODE | IMAGE – an exhibition by Gavin Casey
Saturday 9th September, 2023 - 18:00 - Friday 27th October, 2023 - 17:00Admission Free
Kildare based artist Gavin Casey investigates the intrinsic relationship between colour and sound, and its representation in art. Gavin’s exploration into this realm began in 2001 while studying Fine Art at Dublin Institute of Technology (now TU Dublin). Here, Gavin mapped vivid colours to the sounds of an African percussion instrument called the ‘Djembe’. These initial investigations paved way for Gavin’s artistic practice today, which is still firmly rooted in this area of engagement. His work is abstract, emotive and created through a uniquely intuitive process.
For SOUND | CODE | IMAGE Gavin has created a multi-sensory exhibition to captivate audiences of all ages. Visitors can expect a new collection of paintings by the artist. The collection comes to life through a series of Augmented and Virtual Realities, offering a unique insight into the construction (and de-construction) of the artistic process.
SOUND | CODE | IMAGE is supported by Kildare County Council Arts Service and Riverbank Arts Centre’s ‘Emerging Visual Artist Bursary Award’, which Gavin Casey was awarded in 2022.
About the Artist
Gavin Casey is a multidisciplinary artist living in Co. Kildare. He has a formal education in Advertising and Design followed by a BA Fine Art (Painting/Graphics). He has over two decades of experience working creatively in the post-production industry, compositing for film, broadcast and TV commercials. Gavin returned to painting in 2021. Gavin is a member of Visual Artist Ireland and Kildare Art Collective. He has exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions. For more info check out: instagram.com/caseygav/
Official Opening Saturday 9th September, 6pm – all welcome!
MEET THE ARTIST
Gavin will host drop-in tours of the exhibition on Friday 22nd September from 6pm-9pm. For more information CLICK HERE.
Saturday 9th September – Friday 27th October
Monday-Friday 9:30am-5pm | Saturday 10am-1pm
Oculus Quest headsets courtesy of Kildare County Council Library Service.
Use of the headsets is subject to no pre-existing medical conditions, such as epilepsy, and also not suitable for people who use medical devices such as pacemakers, hearing aids, or defibrillators, as the virtual reality headset contains magnets.