Made from smoothly crafted steel and polished mirror glass, ‘Twice’ presents a dialogue between two related objects which both contain mirrors and are mirror images of each other. The forms are starkly simple – cleanly cut triangles and reflective squares – but their combination is more complex than the sum of the parts.
|IMMA Collection: Gordon Lambert Trust, 1992
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Irish sculptor Vivienne Roche studied at the Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Working in materials including bronze, plaster and glass, her sculpture references engineering, architecture and the natural environment. Roche co-founded the National Sculpture Factory, Cork, in 1989. She has exhibited extensively and completed public commissions for CIT Cork School of Music, Wicklow County Council and the National College of Ireland.View Artist