• Rebecca Dunne—Static, 2017. Installation view.
  • Rebecca Dunne—Static, 2017. Installation view.
  • Rebecca Dunne (2010), from Static, 2017. Photographed in Co. Kildare.


Rebecca Dunne—Static

Exhibition launch: Wednesday 6th September, 6–8pm

How long can we look at one thing?
How long can we look when one thing is not one thing?
Is it still one thing when it is constantly moving?
Is it a breathing, meditative experiment?

Interrogating one fixed visual point with one printed image, and multiple, layered projected images, there are six points of sound to connect to in the space.
Put on the headphones,
look straight ahead,
and listen.

Static: a feature length picture available in surround sound, this September.

Rebecca Dunne is a visual artist based in Dublin. She studied Fine Art Media in NCAD, and graduated in 2013.
Focusing on sound art, while also utilising text, moving image, live art, and installations, Dunne explores ideas of place, space, myth and narrative, through both everyday, small events and occurrences to wider concerns such as antagonism, provocation and intentional disruption of everyday life.
The audience often play a significant role in participating in the works. The interactive nature of Dunne’s pieces encourages viewers to take an active role in looking at the artwork, and in interrogating the space in which they find themselves.


Photography: Rebecca Dunne ©2017