Cliodhna Timoney: AE86
Admission Free but Booking Strongly Advised
This visual art ‘journey’ will traverse through Donegal’s cultural landscape via a multi-venue exhibition featuring Irish based artists exploring the societal shifts that shape our collective identity.
Turas | Journey: This visual art ‘journey’ will traverse through Donegal’s cultural landscape via a multi-venue exhibition featuring Irish based artists exploring the societal shifts that shape our collective identity.
Participating venues – Artlink Fort Drunree, An Gailearaí Ghaoth Dobhair, Glebe House & Gallery Churchill and Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny.
RCC Gallery 2
AE86 is a metaphorical vehicle for understanding the back roads of rural Ireland as a theatre for vernacular culture and escapism. The work is titled after a popularised automobile prominent in Irish car culture, the Toyota Twin Cam AE86. The work examines the use of cars and the backroads of Donegal as a stage where one performs acts such as drama, play or destruction.
Cliodhna Timoney is a visual artist from Donegal, her practice encompasses image-making, sculpture, installation, video and sound. Timoney graduated from Visual Arts Practice , IADT Dun Laoghaire in 2015 and the MFA in Fine Art Sculpture from The Slade School of Fine Art, London in 2020. Timoney was recently awarded The Felix Slade Scholarship 2018-2020, The Claire Winsten Memorial Award 2020 and The International Atlantic Residency Exchange Award 2021. She is currently a resident with The Fire Station Artists Studio’s Dublin through the FSAS Residential Award 2021-2023.
Monday closed • Tuesday 11:00 - 17:00 • Wednesday 11:00 - 17:00 • Thursday 11:00 - 20:00 • Friday 11:00 - 17:00 • Saturday 13:00 - 17:00 • Sunday closed Admission is free