30 x 39 cm. Framed / 23 x 33 cm. Unframed
Edition of 12
€90 Framed / €60 Unframed
Medusa; a gendered symbol of earth, mother, woman and rage. Medusa; a sea creature swimming in the deep waters unaware.
Elaine Crowe is a multi-disciplinary artist, living and working in Dublin. Elaine’s work includes the video installation How to Leave a Natural Sphere (Chocolate Factory, 2017) and the print series Ban an Tí (2017) which explores gender stereotypes and freedom of movement, referencing the Irish Constitution and the role of women in the home. Elaine’s most recent work looks at landscape from a gendered perspective and includes her Landscape and I (2018) video and print series – I lie and I leak and Room (2018).
Elaine is a graduate of NCAD, with a Degree in Sculpture and Expanded Practice (2016) and is currently studying for a Masters in Fine Art with the OCA. Recent exhibitions include 126 Gallery, Galway (2016), The Chocolate Factory, Dublin (2017), Ranelagh Arts Festival, Dublin (2018) and IPE 2018 at Green Door Printmaking Studio, Derby (2018).
© 2018 HALFTONE – Dublin’s Fresh New Print Fair, 1-18 Nov 2018. All image rights belong to the respective artists.A project by PhotoIreland. Become our patron →