Lull, by Dublin-based artist Hazel Egan is primarily concerned with drawing. Egan’s practice addresses spatial and ontological concerns and is influenced by science, architecture and philosopy. Demonstrating a quiet and meditative aesthetic, the series of graphite on paper drawings speak about the apparent pauses and gaps in time often experienced before moments of clarity.
Entopy by Noel Tighe explores the great and constant pattern of birth, life and death in the ever-present, natural world. Noel sees these 3-dimensional drawings as a marriage of materials using the language of sculpture to analyse the relationship between the fusion of life and the passage of time.