Desert Tides. 1996. Photo by Damien Andrus.

“Irland has an abiding interest in creating conceptual environments of sculptural artworks that are made out of what may once have been considered non-traditional art materials – in this case, lichen suspended from the ceiling and wispy red branches of salt cedar (tamarisk) enveloping internally-lit translucent poles. The forty-four blue light and tamarisk branch sculptures and dripping lichen strands in the darkened gallery make for a meditative space with aquatic references.”

Tom Collins, writer

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