Reflecting on time and motion
All are welcome to attend the opening of an exhibitiion by Joanna Kidney entitled ‘We Are Hurtling into the Future’ at Wexford Arts Centre at 3pm on Saturday, September 15.
The earth rotates on its axis at 1600km per hour and revolves around the sun at a speed of about 30km per second. All the time our atoms vibrate, our blood flows and there is constant growth and transience. Yet when we are still, we don’t feel this significant motion.
The exhibition consisting of spatial drawing and a collaborative video work with dancer/ choreographer Liadain Herriott reflects on our relationship with time and motion and the experience of being human in a living body on an earth moving through the measures of time.
Joanna Kidney is a Dublin-born artist living in Wicklow who has exhibited widely in Ireland, France, Germany and the USA.
Liadain Herriott began her career as a classical ballet dancer with the Cannes Jeune Ballet, later changing from classical to contemporary.
‘We Are Hurtling into the Future’.