Entropy video

Check out the video piece documenting my newest work Entropy.

This exhibition is supported by the Arts Council’s Arts and Disability Connect Scheme managed by Arts & Disability Ireland. 

Photographing Entropy

A big thank you to photographer Corinne Beattie for documenting my newest work Entropy for me. I’m so happy with her photographs, she did an amazing job.

For more images click HERE.

For more information about Corinne Beattie click HERE.

Visual Art Programme for Schools – Entropy

It is so great to see schools engaging with my exhibition Entropy at the Linenhall Arts Centre.

The Linenhall Arts Centre – This May our Visual Art Programme for Schools is based around Katie Moore’s exhibition “Entropy”. The pupils visit the gallery and engage with the art work using the Visual Thinking Strategies approach. One child said “It’s like someone dropped them and they are left floating”, and another observed “It’s mostly made of nature, and the plants are from nature.” Following the gallery visit the pupils are taking part in a workshop in which they explore creating a flower from paper in order to symbolise something. One teacher commented about the workshop “It required attention and concentration and kept all engaged.”

for more information click HERE.

Detail view of Entropy

I called in to see my exhibition Entropy today.

Here’s a detailed view of the installation….

Entropy is on exhibit at the Linenhall Arts Centre Castlebar until the 2nd of June.

Free entry and all are welcome.

RTE Culture Feature

Lovely to wake up on a Monday morning to see your article on RTE Culture.

I am talking about my New Work Award with the Arts & Disability Connect Scheme, and my work Entropy, which was the outcome of the award. To read the article click HERE.

Entropy is currently on exhibit at the Linenhall Arts Centre Castlebar until the 2nd of June.