Deirdre Logue pulls in close, withdraws, and attempts to enter the fabric of everyday spaces and objects.
Private tests are made public in these personal experiments of the space between the body and the world. The artist draws on instincts from deep within to interact with the boundaries of a balloon and a camping tent, using repetitive movements, sound, and tension to test the limits of each situation she creates. Exhibiting these internal moments of the body as vulnerable, Logue asks us to think about our own embodied experiences.
Featuring new works Big Agnes, Baby Lint Brush
, and Rubber Talk
, the exhibition in Tangled Art Gallery will be sound dominant, offering tactile audio and video extensions made by David Bobier of the VibraFusionLab.
Expanding media art accessibility by exploring sound through touch and vibration, the intricacies of Logue’s ongoing performance for camera works will be presented for the first time in this haptic incarnation.