Connecting’ is a site specific video installation that explores in an abstract, immersive way a brain, memory, thought and emotions.
Installed at the Accenture Gallery, Science Gallery Dublin for the duration of the British and Irish Neuroscience Festival 2019, the installation consists of multiple overlaying video footage of brain cells, which the artist Joanna Hopkins has recorded through various artist residencies. As the images project through semi transparent material, the images will fade and flicker, at times being translucent and at times being very clear. The installation offers an exploratory, immersive interpretation of our brains. The piece will be accompanied by drawings exploring the brain and central nervous system.
Joanna Hopkins is a visual artist based in Dublin. Her work explores digital technology, memory, the brain and psychology, though video, drawing installation and sculpture.
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Date: Official Opening of Installation Tuesday 16th April at 5.30pm
Time: 11am to 7pm
Duration: Tuesday 16th April - Wednesday 17th April
Location: Acenture Gallery, Upstairs, Science Gallery Dublin, Trinity College.