Lorcan Cassidy, Time Has Lost All Meaning

The Library Project


Time Has Lost All Meaning
Inkjet Print
21 x 30 cm (A4) Unframed | 14 x 20 cm (A5) Unframed
Edition of 6
€50 A4 Unframed | €20 A5 Unframed 

About the Artist

Lorcan Cassidy is a Dublin based visual artist. He graduated from the National College of Art and Design with a BA (Hons) degree in Fine Art Sculpture and Expanded practices. As a visual artist, Lorcan’s work revolves around creating alternate realities/other worlds/narratives and then making 3D work and/or illustrating objects/artefacts/creatures/specimens from these various fictitious realms. The entities he creates usually come from the concept of manifestation (abstract ideas/feelings given physical form), hybridization, amalgamation and/or building on/corrupting pre-established mythological/scientific lore or simply constructing his own. Another focus of his art practice is on modes of display especially in terms of the museum context. The Wunderkammer has also been a direct influence in regards to his art work. What drew him to these Cabinets of Curiosity was the sense of wonder and awe they inspired with the various objects they held, the curios, specimens and oddities, even in spite of their contents not always being entirely genuine.

Postage and Collection

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Alternatively, free Click-and-Collect is available from The Library Project at 4 Temple Bar Street, D02YK53 by appointment only. Book your collection slot.