An exhibition at Limerick City Gallery of Art comprises a series of installations and individual works under the combined title Songs and the Soil.
Mark Garry’s series of installations and individual works under the combined title Songs and the Soil, will explore interrelated research areas and material interests that are reflective of Garry’s multidimensional approach to a subject and exhibition-making.
Songs and the Soil engages with the related subjects of landscape and music/sound, looking at each element from historical, social and cultural perspectives and points to where these elements combine or intersect. For more click here.
As part Songs and the Soil exhibition Mark has invited Natalia Beylis, Padraig Cunningham and Sharon Phelan to make artistic responses to the broader research themes of his exhibition, which looks at the relationship between landscape and sound/song. This space that Mark Garry has entitled A Resonant Landscape has become a distinct exhibition where these three artists have created new artworks that overtly and obliquely engage with the land and it’s associative, visual, sonic and poetic resonant potential.
Limerick City Gallery of Art, Carnegie Building, Pery Square, Limerick