Artist Rhona Byrne’s hand-made objects, installations and collaborative, event‐based, projects explore the interactions between people and their habitat.’’Bolthole’’ has 40 component pieces and invites visitors to construct and reconstruct the installation to make their own environments. The spaces can be individual shelters/dens or a large configuration of pieces to make one large space. Participants construct and inhabit an ever-changing moving installation.
The work has been shown at Tate Britain, 2012; Turbine Hall Tate Modern curated by by Katy Fitzpatrick, 2012/13; Irish Museum of Modern Art, Action All Areas, 2013; The Big House Festival, performance collective, 2013; Visual Centre for Contemporary Art Carlow .2015-16.
|Medium||Fabric, plastic, carpet and fasteners|
|Credit Line||IMMA Collection: Purchase, Hennessy Art Fund for IMMA Collection, 2016|
|Not on view|
|Copyright||© Rhona Byrne | Image courtesy of the artist.
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