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Digital Arts Studios Belfast, Northern Ireland

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We are delighted to present new works by the three artists on completion of their award residencies at the Digital Arts Studios. Over the past four months they have been exploring highly diverse techniques and themes, making the experimentation of a group exhibition all the more consequential.

The exhibition runs from the first to tenth of February. Opening hours are 1 – 5pm, Wednesday to Saturday. Please do join us for the drinks reception on Thursday the 8th of February from 6 – 8pm.

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The Works, The Artists

Digital Sketches 101 (Playing with Pixels) by Sean Campbell (VAI Award)

Art lives in the space between your mind and the artist’s work. You, the viewer, create art through your interaction with this piece. Physical interaction isn’t necessary to achieve this but it adds a layer to make that first step easier. With these early sketches Sean is providing you with a canvas that has the first marks already drawn, now he is handing it over to you to add your own mark and interpretation.

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Keeping well / Ținându-ne bine by Paula Deji (Ulster University MFA Award)

This piece is an exploration of thematic ideas found in Christian religious communities. It observes elements of everyday community life of a small group living alongside their church. The cinematic constructs, borrowed from documentary processes, both observational and reflective, offer a glimpse into how prayer is in perpetual change.

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Vitreous by Niamh McCann (Ulster University BA Award)

Is the result of three months of filming light sequences and interactions at night from around Belfast. Niamh’s film aspires to represent many of the theories and philosophies that compliment her art practice, which largely explore the human comprehension of our reality, the formation of thought, the development of understanding and the concept of enlightenment.

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Supported by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland


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