9 Stone Artist Michelle Byrne in Irish Arts Review

‘Great review of 9 Stones Artist Michelle Byrne’s work (by Carissa Farrell) in the Winter Edition of the Irish Arts Review Magazine and a fabulous discussion by the artist about a recent public artwork in the November-December Visual Artists’ News Sheet.’

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Sculpture by Remco de Fouw & Rachel Joynt at Maynooth University – The Irish Review

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Congratulations to Rachel Joynt and Remco de Fouw for Waggle Dance as seen in this month’s Irish Review
read more here
http://www.irishartsreview.com/sculpture-by-remco-de-fouw-rachel-joynt-at-nuim/

Remco de Fouw – fabulous new sculpture installation ‘Voice’

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Remco de Fouw recently completed a new project :VOICE

It was commissioned by the OPW for the Irish Prison Services Headquaters, Longford

A stunning and ambitious work, the installation is capture here:

Client: OPW

Location: Irish Prison Services Headquaters, Longford

Materials: Granite, Brass, Stainless steel

Brief: Open

Dimensions: 63,000 cm

Description:

The context provided the inspiration for this commission.
A huge granite boulder sits to the side of the 100 meter glass atrium.
This has a series of playful ring marks cleanly cut into its surface and from it leaps the main feature.
It is a 63 meter long curved conical ‘horn’ form appearing to penetrate the glass curtain wall and is then suspended in a huge ark overhead in atrium.
It is a semi transparent brass and stainless mesh helix, ending in a 2000mm open mouth seen here.

See more here: http://www.remcodefouw.net/voice-2/