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MARKINGS

2015, 10th April-27th April
Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Manorhamilton, Co.Leitrim, Ireland
Curator Sean O'Reilly
Supported by Leitrim Sculpture Centre Fellowship and Artist in Residence Programme, Arts Council of Ireland, Leitrim County Council Art Office
Images by Keith Nolan Photography 

ESSAY by Andrea Alessi: Please Click here

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The MARKINGS exhibition gathers together and explores the different marks used by farmers to identify their sheep in the North West region. Works made with local wool are accompanied by a short video that explains the different markings, their meanings and symbolic use. Creating a dialogue with farmers and place the project opens on to a broader reflection concerning the signs and forms of identification humans use to identify animals, plants and territories.

 

 

Mapping up-Markings from Brigitta Varadi on Vimeo.

 

Exhibition included photographic documentation of all participants in the project. This includes the farmers, the sheep and the wool which they kindly donated.
 
Participating sheep farmers: Noel Ruane, Tom and Bridie Moran, Benedict Gallagher, Lorraine Brennan, Mickey McGowan, Denny Dolan

Special Thanks for Bernie Gallagher, Frances Crowe, Peter Fulop, Sean Rooney, Ruth Le Gear, photographer Keith Nolan and curator Sean O’Reilly