An exhibition by visual artist Marie Hanlon features work by Irish composers

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The exhibition, entitled Everything we see …, takes place at the Solstice Arts Centre, Navan until 6 December. Featuring sound works by composers Rhona Clarke, Gráinne Mulvey, Emma O’ Halloran and Jane O’Leary, the exhibition deals with the complexities of seeing and our understanding of what it is we see. Marie Hanlon:

‘Each artwork requires the viewer to dwell on the act of seeing or to renegotiate existing perceptions. Everyday objects, studio props, bits of plastic and wire, are utilized here. In a new context they become elegant. The work rests on the tension between opposites: high and low, humour and seriousness, the commonplace versus the poetic.’

Featuring installations, video, drawing and sound by Hanlon, Everything we see … also includes enlarged and specially printed sketches from works by six Irish composers.

Further details from solsticeartscentre.ie.

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