23 x 32 cm Framed | 21 x 30 cm Unframed
Edition of 10
€125 Framed | €100 Unframed
Part of These Dark Shapes, a body of work exploring the shape and feel of carrying a secret or a burden, how the body manifests extreme emotions, and how we can visualise them, build them, create them, and then destroy them.
Róisín White is a visual artist based in Dublin, working primarily with photography, while incorporating drawing, sculpture, and collage into her practice. Róisín holds a BA(hons) in Photography from DIT, and certificates in Ceramics and Sculpture from NCAD.
Róisín White’s work draws from archival materials and seeks to create a dialogue with our forgotten histories through the use of found photography and ephemera. She has an interest in exploring lore and the fictional narrative that can be discovered in discarded imagery, previous understandings agitated, and new meanings drawn out.
White has exhibited her work in Ireland and across Europe, and was a member of the 2 nd Cycle of Parallel European Photography Platform. White was selected for The Darkroom’s Emerging Artist Residency in 2019, and the Blow Photo Fuse Photobook Residency Program. She is part of the 2020/21 Artist Initiated Projects at Pallas Projects with an upcoming solo exhibition titled These Dark Shapes.
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