5 October to 3 Novemeber 2017
This solo exhibition by Angela Gilmour, looks at the hidden architecture within scientific instrumentation and the intricate mechanisms that record our surroundings. The exhibition combines fine art printmaking and installations of deconstructed instruments, selected from a variety of time periods. It will in particular link with physics, maths, and technology by looking at scientific equipment that measures the imperceptible movement of electrons to calculators that predate the electronic age.
Angela Gilmour received an honours degree in Fine Art from CIT CCAD in 2015, where she was chosen as Student of the Year and awarded an exhibition by Cork Art Society. Her work has been has been exhibitied both nationally and internationally, including ‘A Fresh Field of Life’ – MDI biological Laboratory, Acadia National Park, America.
Recent solo exhibitions include; ‘The Sum of All Parts’, a touring exhibition funded by Science Foundation Ireland, as part of an artist residency with Tyndall National Institute and IPIC Ireland.