Up, Over and Down, 2010Platform Arts, Belfast
DescriptionAn analysis of the structural and architectural elements of this gallery space lead me in the direction of creating this site specific installation. The form of this piece was inspired by the many surrounding windows. The multitude of lines replicates the movement and physicality of this piece and created different densities which conveyed the repetitive action. Up, Over and Down acts like an extension into the interior of the gallery space. 
Up, Over and Down, 2010Platform Arts, Belfast
DescriptionAn analysis of the structural and architectural elements of this gallery space lead me in the direction of creating this site specific installation. The form of this piece was inspired by the many surrounding windows. The multitude of lines replicates the movement and physicality of this piece and created different densities which conveyed the repetitive action. Up, Over and Down acts like an extension into the interior of the gallery space. 
Parabolic Symmetry (red wool), 2010Catalyst Arts, BelfastSite specific installationDimensions variable
DescriptionOne of the main features that stood out at the Catalyst Arts new gallery space, was the maze of pipes and coloured electrical wires running along the ceiling and down the walls. I decided to use these as the starting point, which resulted in a labour intensive few days at the top of very high step ladders. Each strand of wool varies in length and is hung from one pipe to the second. None of these overlap if looking from the side. 

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Image: Primary Blue, 2011 (Blue wool installation)

Profile of the day is Nadine Stewart! - Artconnect BerlinExploring familiar architecture and everyday materials, Nadine creates stunning site-specific installations that consider the boundaries between art and daily life!See more of her transfixing and perceptive work here!http://www.artconnectberlin.com/nadine_nicole
Thank you Artconnect Berlin! 
Image: Primary Blue, 2011 (Blue wool installation)
Up, Over and Down, 2010Platform Arts, Belfast
(Uninstalled)
DescriptionAn analysis of the structural and architectural elements of this gallery space lead me in the direction of creating this site specific installation. The form of this piece was inspired by the many surrounding windows. The multitude of lines replicates the movement and physicality of this piece and created different densities which conveyed the repetitive action. Up, Over and Down acts like an extension into the interior of the gallery space. 
Wood stills, 2010
Conversation (Wood-Drawing), 2010 (drawing detail)Scrap wood
Inanimate, 2010 (front view)Metal strips, screws, Dimensions variable 
Inanimate, 2010 Metal strips, screws, Dimensions variable
The light from within, 2011Fluorescent Light
looped thread on steel bars, 2010