URGENT ENTROPY : Making a live collaborative animation
O’ Beirn’s current sculptural work explores space as a physical structure and political entity by making and animating forms relating to observed and theoretical structures being studied by contemporary astronomers and physicists. Much of her recent research, facilitated by Armagh Observatory, Dunsink Observatory and The Centre for Astronomy NUIG, Galway is an extension of previous work on the relationship between the politics of place uncovering the tensions between disparate forms of official and of unofficial information.
This work is interdisciplinary, exploring the relationship between art and science. It manifests variously as sculpture, installation, animation and site-specific projects.
Documentation of my previous work can be seen on www.aislingobeirn.com
Conor Lecture Theatre, Ulster University, Belfast Campus, York Street, Belfast, BT15 1ED.
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