‘Flood, Food, Flow’ consists of three works examining future predicted floods in Dublin and the micro plastic problem in our food and water systems. I hope to continue making environmentally engaged art and make art that becomes more socially engaged as well.
‘Flood walks’ is a tour through the centre of Dublin, talking about the past, present and future of Dublin’s centre in relation to the Liffey and the predicted floods.
‘Plastic Food’ is a work that talks about the greed, naivety and problems of the plastic industry and how whatever is thrown away, will come back on our plate.
‘Water Flow’ is a video essay that bridges the other two works and examines the different aspects of the Liffey, floods, food, water and plastic pollution.
My work aims to provoke and leave the audience unsettled, while cultivating awareness around their decisions and around the decisions of big corporations and governments.
Flood, Food, Flow