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Published on Sep 9, 2015
This work consists of lenticular images located in each of the four Cystic Fibrosis wards in University Hospital Waterford. Lenticulars are computer interlaced images which are unscrambled according to the angle of view, providing a momentary filmic reality. The subject matter is composed from nature, both wilderness and garden, capturing moments of intervention by animal and insect life, providing a window into another reality, beyond the hospital walls. The changing scenes provide an interactivity, engaging the viewer in unfolding the scene, while providing a number of scenes from a single two-dimensional work. The window frame and individual panes break the action into separate views, juxtaposing the exterior and reflected interor scenes through a shifting magical reality. The images include my cat Rizzo, a dog from Donegal called Ross, the Wicklow countryside and my sons toy plane.