Aideen Barry: The disjoined and the morphological, Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, Thursday 23 April 2009

Mermaid Arts Centre presents The disjoined and the morphological, an exhibition by the artist Aideen Barry. Barry’s work examines technological advances and obsessive behaviour in the modern world.
This exhibition represents the first stage of Barry’s new work funded under the Arts Council of Ireland’s New Work Award 2008 - 2009.
 Aideen Barry\
Aideen Barry's Vacuuming in a vaccum, object/ installation for the disjoined and the morphological; courtesy Mermaid

from left to right: Alfred M\
from left to right: Alfred M'Sichili, Chris Hurley, and Aideen Barry; courtesy Mermaid

Installation image of drawings by Aideen Barry at the disjoined and the morphological; courtesy Mermaid
Installation image of drawings by Aideen Barry at the disjoined and the morphological; courtesy Mermaid

A member of the public interacting with Aideen Barry\
A member of the public interacting with Aideen Barry's Performative Object III while viewing Levitating (performative film by Aideen Barry 2007); courtesy Mermaid