Andrew Livingstone SURFEIT 621
Kate Howard "bauen"
Nuala Ní Fhlathúin
Anne recently graduated from GMIT with a first class honours degree in fine art ceramics. Her work explores connections; clay’s journey of transformation in the earth; our existence on and from the earth and the innate connection that is inherent in all of us. She is interested in what connects and disconnects us one from the other,that, that is not always obvious; what lies above and below the surface, the surface of the earth and the surface of our skin, both internal and external landscapes.
Some of the exhibitions Annes' work has been selected for over the past few years include; Ceramics at the Hallward, the Irish Contemporary Ceramic Awards; Insight Outsight, Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition, St Brigit’s gardens, Slow Burn, Craft & design collective, Belfast and The Claremorris Open. She carried out her first collaborative performance at the Flatlake festival in June of this year. Anne will be traveling to Finland for a two month residency in early 2012.