This solo exhibition by Ailbhe Ní Bhriain saw a large site-specific audio and visual installation in the former Methodist Schoolhouse in Drogheda.

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain uses composite imagery and sound to create scenes in which the dimensions of time and place are out of joint. Using a combination of filmed and computer-generated imagery, she creates wonderfully immersive works that point to the illusory nature of image/place.

Ní Bhriain’s works are characterised by a considered pace, within which geographical and pictorial instability is allowed to gradually unfold. They open up dreamlike, hallucinatory spaces between place and placelessness, things real and imagined, surface and depth.

Site-specific curation in the former Methodist Schoolhouse, 2015, Drogheda. Partnership with Drogheda Arts Festival and Create Louth