Agnes De Vlin: GREY·WHITE·KLEE

Tuesday 10 November – Saturday 14 November 2015
Agnes De Vlin: GREY·WHITE·KLEE | Tuesday 10 November – Saturday 14 November 2015 | Kevin Kavanagh

Irish Design is a yearlong initiative that aims to raise the profile of Irish design by increasing awareness of the value of design in all aspects of life. The Kevin Kavanagh gallery, designed by architect Philip Crowe of MCO Projects, is one of the few purpose-built private galleries in Ireland. In celebration of Design Week 2015 Kevin Kavanagh will host a presentation by Agnes De Vlin that will run for one week as part of Irish Design 2015.

De Vlin comes from a multi-disciplinary background with formal training in graphics, sculpture and print. De Vlin’s Patterns and Visual compositions evidence a curiosity for harmony and synchronicity that occurs within synthesized as well as natural patterns. Her designs arise out of a process of observation, drawing, focusing in and beginning again – they are complex though not complicated. She is continually researching the rhythmic devices apparent in repeat patterns and through her designs she articulates transient characteristics that extend beyond symmetry, repetition and scale. Throughout this presentation, De Vlin responds to the visual codes of the art gallery by heightening the interplay between grey, white and the tonal range that exists in between. De Vlin has worked with The Store Yard on a number of refurbishment projects under the name F·O·U·N·D @The Store Yard and a number of these pieces will be included as functional parts of the overall presentation.

Tuesday 10 November – Saturday 14 November 2015
Kevin Kavanagh
Chancery Lane
Dublin 8
Telephone: +353 1 475 9514
info@kevinkavanaghgallery.ie
www.kevinkavanagh.ie
Opening hours / start times:
Tuesday to Saturday 11am – 5pm
Admission / price: Free

 
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