As small as the world and as large as alone. Detail from site-specific installation for Project 78 Gallery. Plaster and sand 32x28x25cm Photo: Alex Brattell

Objects partake in all our lives and can become the custodians of our memories and dreams, good or bad; the souvenirs of our lives. Sinéid Codd responds to time and place through her relationship with objects. The found object, lost or discarded, which mirrors our own vulnerability, fascinates her.

As small as the world and as large as alone. Site-specific installation for Project 78 Gallery Photo: Alex Brattell 
Manyfold. Found object, laser-cut acrylic and paper with brass posts 11x5x4cm Photo: John Reynolds 

Curiosity and experimentation with ideas, materials and processes drives Sinéid’s practice. New work can begin with finding a broken gasket lying on the road, or with a visit to a derelict building. Showing attentiveness to the power of colour, her work may respond to stimuli by echoing form in vibrant cut-out layers; or by combining materials and the actual thing. In images, assemblages and installations, the viewer is invited to pause, to look closer or through, and to navigate space as place.

Seaside Twist. Digital collage archival pigment print on Hahnemühle German Etching 26x28cm Photo: Sinéid Codd 
I found myself on the shore. Photograph archival pigment print on Hahnemühle German Etching 25x25cm Photo: Sinéid Codd 
Echo Vista. Assemblage laser-cut screen-print on paper, card and lighting gel with acrylic rod on mirror 15x30x40cm Photo: John Reynolds

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