Entropy, 2018

15ft length x 5ft width x 3ft height, Installation.

Gypsophila flowers, invisible thread.

Entropy acknowledges a certain time in Ireland. I observed the weeds that were growing at a particular site, and from there started to look at flowers – the delicate blossoms of gypsophila to be exact, a flower also known as baby’s breath. Katie Moore says: “I was intrigued by the name baby’s breath – ‘breath’ meaning life, being the opposite of death. I hope the installation of gypsophila will create a presence of an absence in an abstract way.”

Exhibitions: Entropy at the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar

Photos: Corinne Beattie