Exhibition

Shifting Perspectives: Aisling Edwards Landscapes In Flux

6 Jun 2024 – 30 Jun 2024

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Monday
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Tuesday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
11:00 – 16:00
Friday
11:00 – 16:00
Saturday
11:00 – 16:00
Sunday
11:00 – 16:00

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Aisling Edwards is a visual artist producing a combination of sculptural interventions and observed landscapes considering themes of climate change and sustainability for future generations.

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Aisling Edwards is a visual artist producing a combination of sculptural interventions and observed landscapes considering themes of climate change and sustainability for future generations. Edwards trained at Falmouth University, UK, where she obtained a First-Class Honours, BA Photography, in 2021. From here Edwards was awarded a mentorship with the photographer and researcher, Dr. Yan Wang Preston, under the Redeye Graduate Mentoring Scheme 2021, and has remained in touch with since. Redeye went on to interview Edwards as a practicing eco-conscious artist and showcased her series ‘Working Against Time’ in their exhibition ‘Peer to Peer UK / Hong Kong: The Power of Place’, 2022.

Since graduating Edwards’ work has been exhibited in the UK, Europe and USA, including at Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall where it was viewed by G7 visitors to the gallery; published in ‘Artists Responding To’ available at Tate Modern, London, and has given a talk alongside Harvey Hood (Welsh Sculpture Trust and Council Member, Royal Society of British Sculptors) on the question “How does contemporary public sculpture transform our landscape?”, commissioned by Cardiff University Centre of Creative Economy and Monmouthshire County Council.

In March 2024 two of Edwards’ photographs ‘Offa Spoke’ and ‘Perished in One Hour’ were exhibited at the Milan International Photography Fair, under the ‘Erik Kessels: Welcome to My Unknown Award – 1ST Edition’ Award, where nine emerging contemporary artists under thirty-five years of age and engaged with photography as an artistic language were selected.

The artist is delighted to present her first solo exhibition at Canwood Gallery, Herefordshire.

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