Rhoda Cunningham’s solargraphs at the Coastguard Gallery in Tramore are recordings  of the sun’s path taken with lensless pinhole cameras. The exposures range in length from three months to a year; the invisible movements of the sun become visible in landscapes. Rhoda is a photographic artist and a lecturer at NCAD. Also at the Coastguard, the stained glass artist Tricia Cunningham shows two and three dimensional pieces that deal with the expression of a line.
Rhoda Cunningham  & Tricia Cunningham: 29 March – 19 April

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