In “Uncertain Arrival”, artist Stephen Shaw aims to show the city streets through the lens of a disoriented stranger.
Tag: Curios About
Curios About: Back Storey by Eoin Whelehan
Eoin Whelehan’s work is inspired by the dusky urban landscapes of graphic novels. Click through to see the full image and read what he has to say about it.
Curios About: Balenciaga by James Devlin
Artist James Devlin says this work is about the desire to be different “even if that means wearing a dress made from fingers”.
Curios About: A Curious Encounter with Nature by Karl Gaff
These photographs, taken through microscopes, are extreme close-ups of a flower, larva, vitamin C, and butterfly wings.
Curios About: Core by Dee McCormick
The latest in our series highlighting contemporary art, artist Dee McCormick’s work “Core” is a heart-felt image that seeks to inspire and uplift.
Curios About: The Fury by Heather Thompson
This work depicts one of the Furies of Greek mythology, “terrifying women” who “represent merciless justice”, the artist writes. This is just a detail – click through to see the full image.
Curios About: A Curious Delight by Meagan Hyland
This print was inspired by Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, the artist says. This is just a detail, click through to see the full image.
Curios About: digitalmultiplex by Petar Dukic and Petar Odak
The artists hope people will “be confused, but still willing to engage with our work – question it, reframe it, love it, be irritated by it”. This is just a detail – click through to see the full image.
Curios About: Harcourt Street by Francis Matthews
A painter with a photorealistic style, Matthews “was drawn to the curve of Harcourt Street. As you walk along the street the end is hidden … ” His work is on display at the Molesworth Gallery until 30 November.
Curios About: The Sun by Aelur
Even if you don’t immediately love this painting, it’s full of symbolism and so “it can provide something to do some detective work on”, writes the artist. This is just detail – click through to see the whole thing.