Tumulus explores the way in which mound-like entities have arisen within a particular landscape. Semi-sculptural formations have materialized during a period of intense upheaval and transformation - symptomatic of construction. As the landscape has been altered, matter has become displaced, gathered in piles, and has taken new form within the mounds, which have been both unconsciously and consciously created. There is occasional evidence of man purposefully sculpting the piles of organic matter and debris in an attempt to commit them to the natural landscape. The series of images, which make up Tumulus, transcend the immediate subject of landscape, suggesting concerns regarding concealment, identity, and human nature. The imagery also challenges viewers to place their own subjective reading upon the work.
David Brady • Jacqueline Douglas • Ciarán Dunbar • Scott Leonard • Rachael Lumsden • Sara Marsden • Marie-Therese McCormick • Jan McCullough • David McIlwaine • Catherine McKenna • Clare McLaughlin • Gary Moore • Bryan Morris • Gavin Mullan • Eve O'Connor • Clodagh O'Neill • Paulina Rachanska • Lewis Rankin • Pawel Slaby • Hannah Watson • Bronagh Wilson •