Drogheda Arts Centre, April, 1997.
‘Where the blood flows.’
This exhibition is full of blood: feeding blood, pulsating veins, connected hearts. The white muslin tent has echoes of a tomb or a sensuous tent in the desert. Its an oasis where life and death duel. The flower parts, representing male and female, are fresh when inserted in the glass dishes, they stretch themselves towards the light, they struggle, they die and are replaced.
The two bronze hearts feed into each other, they are a monument to exchange, symbiosis, and support.
blood, veins, pulse