‘Azimuth’ is a wooden stage. A strange star formation is carved into the platform of the stage. The outline of star is created by sections of wax inlay individually stained with a combination of wood stain, graphite and wax. Each section is differentiated by dark green, brown and navy stain. Four tall flagpoles holding hessian flags petrified in dark wax flank the stage.
|Wooden flagpoles, sackcloth, wax, wood stain, graphite, wax
|IMMA Collection: Donation, 2010
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Clodagh Emoe approaches her art practice as a form of enquiry. Her practice is expansive and collaborative; working with practitioners and researchers in areas of philosophy, architecture, botany and ecology to explore our intrinsic interconnection with the natural world. Her work is often site-specific and interventional, drawing on ritual to initiate space for tacit knowledge and affective thought.View Artist