Sarah Doyle at Atelier Now
Gallery open Wednesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm
Exhibition runs until 10 July, no booking necessary.
Atelier Now is delighted to present ‘Make the world go away’, a solo exhibition of works by Dublin-based photographer Sarah Doyle. As the first exhibition of 2021 at the Atelier Now Gallery, this show will mark the launch of its annual exhibition programme.
Sarah Doyle is a contemporary photographer based in Dublin. As a graduate of the University of the Arts in London, Sarah’s work is playful, feminine, deliberate and ambiguous. Her work questions our relationships with objects and scale, encouraging curiosity of familiar things and questioning our concept of reality.
Sarah will exhibit her newest collection of work entitled ‘Make the world go away’ at Atelier Now. This series of work was created over a four-year period, which culminated in this collection of intimate, engaging and curious photographic moments that reflect Sarah’s unique visual storytelling skills.
Speaking about the collection, Sarah Doyle said: “These images were created in my studio between the years 2015 and 2019. I called this series ‘Make the world go away’, because these were what I was working on when I wasn’t working on other things. I’d find myself visually overwhelmed by the work, and maybe by the world. And this is what I did in return.”
She adds: “I’m always engaged in a kind of exchange with the objects, they feel like characters to me. These colours, lines, light and shadow are all expressions of this world where things can be worked out and the possibilities are endless, it’s about creating your own world.”