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VISUAL ART: Invisible Cords – introduction by Clodagh Kelly

‘Invisible Cords’ is a collection of artwork developed by Kildare based Visual Artist Clodagh Kelly over the last ten years.  Clodagh uses drawing, mixed media and natural materials to explore health, landscape, healing and form in space.  This exhibition draws from three bodies of artwork ‘Scratched Room’, ‘Cruel Nature’ and ‘Boundaries’ allowing the underlying invisible cords that resonate between the different series to emerge.
See short video introduction to the exhibition by artist Clodagh Kelly and Acting Venue Director, Alex Rosiak.

Clodagh Kelly graduated from Fine Art D.I.T in 1997 and worked as an art educator within Irish  youth and adult psychiatric services. Clodagh received a Masters in Arts from NUI Maynooth in 2008, which deepened her interest in sociology, history and philosophy now an intrinsic part of her art practice. Clodagh Kelly ‘Voice Hears’ but does not subscribe to psychiatric conditioning and believes ‘Voice Hearing’ is a natural state of being.  Clodagh Kelly Art

Invisible Cords: an exhibition by Clodagh Kelly runs at the McKenna Gallery
14 Jan – 18 Feb, 2022
Admission Free
Part of Riverbank Arts Centre’s First Fortnight Programme.
Artist photo above: Simon Lazewski

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See also Panel Discussion (4 Feb, FREE – booking advised) and Drawing Workshop (17 Feb) €10 – all materials supplied.