'The Sublime emerges / only as an instant of creative intensity, derived not from God, nature, or indeed from the mind, but rather from the event of artistic creation.' (Philip Shaw, 'The Sublime') The Sublime landscape is presented to us as a constructed backdrop. As technology replaces traditional methodologies as mediator of the landscape, it suggests that now the sublime landscape may only be accessible through the boundaries of technology. My work combines the look and feel of early classical constructs with contemporary landscapes. Aiming to contextualize the experience by recreating a reference to the sublime, making us question any notion of the sublime that we seek to comply with contemporary landscape.
Lynne Brislane Marcus Craig Shauna Creighton Belinda Kiernan Ciara Magee Michelle Meaney Lisa O'Brien Kerry O'Sullivan