Archival pigment print on Canson, Infinity Platine, Fibre Rag 310g paper
20 x 16 inches (50.8 x
Edition of 10
© Laura O'Neill , 2020.
Laura O’Neill (b.1990, Wigan UK) works between Digital Animation, Sculpture and Sound.
Past projects include: Academiae, Fortress of Fortezza-Franzensfeste, Italy; Temporary Realities, Galeria Karen Huber, Mexico City; and Lost Content, Chalton Gallery, London and All Chanels Open, Wysing Art Center, Cambridge. Recent screenings include Home, Manchester, Spike Island, Bristol, CCA, Glasgow, Whitechapel Gallery, Nottingham Contemporary, ICA, London; FIVA, Centro Cultural San Martín, Argentina; Hiroshima International Animation Festival, Japan. Her work is held in the public collection at Amsterdam Court House.
She is currently working on a Public Commission for the Gemeente Almere, her sculpture Rise is a WW2 memorial for the Lost Crew of BK716 which is due to be unveiled in 2021.
2020, 2020 Going beyond data, we seek distant sources for enlightenment. Visibly, this year may have succeeded in distracting us in our day to day lives or it may have succeeded in drawing our attention to the real issues. Globally we join together and simultaneously we break apart. This reflective attitude of observational bias is the temporary timescale of 2020.
Reject every system, be your own light.