Stephen Gilloway: The Shape of Lies
Supported by Waterford Cultural Quarter
The Shape of Lies is a meditation on identity and materialism and endeavours to occupy a space somewhere between the discriptive short hand of the emoji and the discipline of a Haiku, using a forensic like outline to create a disquieting tension that suggests presence through absence.
Stephen Gilloway: Originally from Dublin, Stephen attended the Dun Laoghaire School of Art and Design ( now I.A.D.T.) where he studied painting, drawing and print. After graduating he practised as a designer and taught painting at a private art school for 10 years before moving to Waterford in 2013. He is currently Artist in Residence with the Aiseiri Progression Program. This is his first one man show.