‘All around the globe, conflicts have and continue to shape the land and their inhabitants’; Elizabeth Magill explores the flipside of the buccolic in conversation with Brian McAvera. Photo©Hugo Glendinning
Brian McAvera: Tell us about your current work in Limerick City Gallery of Art which will tour to the RHA Galleries in January 2018.
Elizabeth Magill: ‘Headland’ is the title of my current show. It’s about what’s inside your head, what you encounter, experience and see. Perhaps an inner landscape being shaped by an outer one, an external view shaping an inner one, and what exists on the cusp of consciousness. Headland is also a geographical promontory and a prominent feature especially around Ireland’s Antrim coast.
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