Posts Tagged ‘installation’

‘Looking into the light of dark matters…’ by James Hays

August 30, 2010

‘Looking into the light of dark matters’ is the title of the exhibition by James Hays which opens in Droichead Arts Centre on Friday the 3rd of September at 6.30pm. The show runs until the 4th of October. All are welcome on the opening day, which really is the perfect event to go to after a lovely Sunday morning brunch.

Irish Artist James Hayes studied Fine Art in Ireland, the UK and in North Spain. His work mainly consists of installations and sculptural pieces. He has exhibited widely across Ireland, the UK and the US. ‘Looking into the light of dark matters’ is a new large scale multimedia installation created especially for his exhibition in Droichead Arts Centre.

His work aims to explore aspects of environmental conflict and trends in environmental energy production and consumption. It also serves to explore Hayes’s continuous use of the humble object in his practice, the continuous investigation and play with materials and their counter point opposites and with complementary processes of a traditional and non-traditional nature that make up his works and assist in defining his sculptural language.

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