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Enda Bowe - At Mirrored River

At Mirrored River


Enda Bowe’s project At Mirrored River was inspired by the Gaelic word Teannalach (pron. “chann-ah-lack”). Teannalach is a Gaelic word used in the West of Ireland which means awareness, the awareness of who we are, the questions we ask and the dreams we project. It is about the teannalach of a place. It was important for the artist to construct an unrecognizable geographical picture of a town which didn’t have recognizable iconic images, to avoid the obvious. Bowe looks at the ordinary every day spaces we inhabit and our ordinary daily lives because for him, the ordinary is where all the of the universal beauty, magic and possibilities lye.
The respected Scottish poet John Glenday has also contributed a beautiful poem which will be used as the introduction to the book. Award winning playwright and author Lucy Caldwell has contributed a new short story. The extra contributions stand on their own as independent pieces within the book, but resonate within the notes of the work.

Enda Bowe, *in Ireland.Lives and works in London.

2016,Softcover, dust cover
27.5 × 22.5 cm,64 Pages
37 Colour images
Edition: 800
Text: John Glenday, Lucy Caldwell

Language: English

Design: Nadine Rinderer
ISBN: 978-3-902993-30-4


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