Aisling Keavey’s current practice is concerned with issues of personal and conflict history, the Irish Diaspora, collective history and subversion of historical narrative. These themes are manifested through investigative image-based works that aim to inform the audience of these themes. By using photography and celluloid film, Aisling is concerned with the materiality of the image, the process through which the image is made, using this process as a metaphor and informing and subverting the audience’s perception of a work.

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