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Our first exhibition of 2023 features a new body of work from Annie Hogg, coming as a result of her Tipperary Artist Residency Award with STAC, supported by Tipperary Arts Office. LOST is a keen consideration of what happens in a landscape after the land has gone through conversion to an industrial scale farming model, specifically a system of long established hedgerows.

Through installation, incorporating pigments rendered from that landscape, soundscape devised on site and sculptural elements, the work asks the questions of what cost, other than financial has this action had. The artist has used materials which were charred, ground and collected from this space in its present state to transform or at the very least confront the human grief and meaningfully mark that once, this place was alive.

Annie joined me for a chat about LOST, the specific site that it is based upon, and the deep meaning it holds for her, as well as the wider issues such as the continued industrialisation of agriculture and the need for more sustainable practices.

LOST opened on January 14th and runs until February 11th @STAC
The gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday from 10am to 5pm
https://www.southtippartscentre.ie/events/annie-hogg-lost

Artist Talk - Annie Hogg in conversation with Helena Tobin
Saturday 28th January @2pm
https://www.southtippartscentre.ie/events/artist-talk-annie-hogg-in-conversation-with-helena-tobin

Details of Annie's next scheduled workshops with Plants & Colour can be found here
https://plantsandcolour.co.uk

Check out some more of Annie's work here
https://www.instagram.com/anniehogg_thewildhedgeinkco/
Our first exhibition of 2023 features a new body of work from Annie Hogg, coming as a result of her Tipperary Artist Residency Award with STAC, supported by Tipperary Arts Office. LOST is a keen consideration of what happens in a landscape after the land has gone through conversion to an industrial scale farming model, specifically a system of long established hedgerows. Through installation, incorporating pigments rendered from that landscape, soundscape devised on site and sculptural elements, the work asks the questions of what cost, other than financial has this action had. The artist has used materials which were charred, ground and collected from this space in its present state to transform or at the very least confront the human grief and meaningfully mark that once, this place was alive. Annie joined me for a chat about LOST, the specific site that it is based upon, and the deep meaning it holds for her, as well as the wider issues such as the continued industrialisation of agriculture and the need for more sustainable practices. LOST opened on January 14th and runs until February 11th @STAC The gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday from 10am to 5pm https://www.southtippartscentre.ie/events/annie-hogg-lost Artist Talk - Annie Hogg in conversation with Helena Tobin Saturday 28th January @2pm https://www.southtippartscentre.ie/events/artist-talk-annie-hogg-in-conversation-with-helena-tobin Details of Annie's next scheduled workshops with Plants & Colour can be found here https://plantsandcolour.co.uk Check out some more of Annie's work here https://www.instagram.com/anniehogg_thewildhedgeinkco/ read more read less

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