A Repressed Love Story – from both sides was created as part of The Tellurometer Project, which investigates modes of communication and dialogue. It was initiated in 2011 by artists Helen G. Blake, Joanne Boyle, Rachel Fallon, Raine Hozier-Byrne, Laura Kelly, Joanna Kidney and Susan Montgomery.
The Postal project is an on going sequential call-response investigation of how artists in a preformed group might navigate a non-physical working space. A designated artist initiates a cycle which elicits a response from the next artist, this is continued until the cycle has come full circle.
|Medium||Paper photocopy of a page in a book that came from a repurposed library from a monastery, sewing thread, water from a fire hose – a redaction and a baptism.|
Unframed, 30 x 21 cm
Framed, 45 x 33.5 x 6.5 cm
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Rachel Fallon is a visual artist who deals with themes of protection and defense in domestic realms and addresses the topic of motherhood and womens’ relationships to society. Her work encompasses sculpture, drawing, photography and performance and is firmly rooted in processes of making.
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