“End.” seeks out the driving forces of both photographer and subject in an exhibition that brings together three bodies of work—”i”, “ON” and “End.”—exploring the local streets of Doyle’s native Dublin. Though apparently the concluding work of a trilogy, “End.” actively opens up the heart of the whole. “i” presents unknowable street figures enveloped entirely in the interior landscape of their location. “ON”s black & white giants convulse across their own image, bracing the hard Dublin light. “End.” as a sequence of events revealing a city whose concrete is as plastic as the movement of its inhabitants. Created as both installation and publication, “End.” is a collaborative work by Eamonn Doyle, Niall Sweeney and David Donohoe. Built around the photographs of Doyle, it also features drawing and sound by Sweeney and Donohoe.
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