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The Final Presentation

June 3, 2012

After the most intense two months work of my life I have completed the first stage of my Soul~Fields installation. I have crammed it into a five-minute presentation that gives a feel of my vision, set to a few words and one of my favourite tracks (Hollow Talk by The Choir of Young Believers).

I’ve used all my knowledge and ability as a sculptor and dug deep to lift my work to a new level, I feel I have arrived with an interesting concept and touched on some new and quite original ideas. It is a work that is totally honest I have exposed my thoughts without fear, working late into the night and losing lots of weight has helped increase the intensity of the work. It’s been an incredible experience a totally symbiotic connection between man and clay and has fundamentally changed my approach and attitude towards sculpture.

I’m now going to circulate my presentation to the powers that be in the arts industry and trust that Someone out there will help me develop this work into a large-scale installation.

I would welcome any feedback    🙂

From → Soul Field

3 Comments
  1. annerose permalink

    Bravo! What an unbelievable amount of beautiful work!
    The presentation is fantastic. The music suits the art very well. I find your artwork to be full of joy and optimism in spite of the deconstruction.
    I have one suggestion; photograph the sculptures from several angles, maybe show different angles the of the whole field, move around the sculptures with a video or still camera or if you want the background to be consistent, set them on a wheel and turn it taking several shots. It’s because I think that moving around a sculpture is important to seeing it. Hope that makes sense.
    Best wishes in the next steps to an installation! It has been a wonderful pleasure to watch this incredible series of work develop.

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  2. Thank you for your positive response it has really helped encourage me, I’m glad you sense the joy and optimism because this is important to me, I do see life as a wonderful opportunity with a few complications here and there.
    I have been struggling with the photography because as you say one view of a sculpture does not tell the full story, I will try to photograph using a rotating stand and see if I can come up with a simple way of doing it.
    Thanks again Eoghan

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  3. annerose permalink

    Just be careful you don’t damage the artwork!
    The interaction between the figures is also very important.
    I feel very privileged to have witnessed the development. I share your optimistic outlook on life.
    And please eat!

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