Inis Airc by Pádraic Reaney
Hardiman Research Building Exhibition, NUIG
7 – 28 May 2019
Inis Airc is artist Pádraic Reaney’s response to the changing form of Inishark, off the west Galway coast, uniquely captures a crumbling cultural landscape as the uninhabited island, which once supported a community of over 200, returns to nature. His work fills the voids of generations past, arresting our forgetting these fishing communities, and prompting us to remember and reimagine.
Born in Carraroe, Co. Galway Pádraic Reaney studied Fine Art at Galway, Regional Technical College. He now he now lives and works in Moycullen. Reaney’s work has gained national and international acclaim.
The exhibition is funded by the Discipline of Geography, NUIG, for the 7th EUGEO Congress in conjunction with the 51st Conference of Irish Geographers.