'Glossaries for Forwardness' by Marie Farrington

Date: 02 June 2023
Time: 09:00 - 18:00

Glossaries for Forwardness arose from Marie Farrington’s artist residency at Trinity Centre for the Environment (2021-22) where her research approached geological sampling methods as ways to explore our interpretation of landscape, and how land can be implicit in its own representation and display. Glossaries for Forwardness presents site-responsive works installed throughout the foyer of the Museum Building. Sculptural and textile interventions present an extensive material glossary that reference the building’s interior, repurposing geological sampling methods such as thin-sectioning, microscopic imaging and resin-mounting into modes of making in the studio. In collaboration with Stanislaw Welbel, a spatial audio installation emanates from the ventilation shafts, composed on a synthesiser by translating the building’s various stones into a strata of layered sound. The exhibition is accompanied by a publication with texts by Dr. Quentin Crowley, Anneka French and Marie Farrington, and a public engagement programme including talks, screenings, listening sessions and an event in collaboration with the Department of Ultimology.

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Museum Building

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Arts and Culture

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Public

Contact Name

Rachel Botha

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Cost

Free

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0872866797

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