NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION
22 May – 28 June 2014
Impossible landscapes, routes and directions emerge from Deirdre Kelly’s ‘altered’ maps which are certainly ‘not to be used for navigation’.
Maps are tools that provide the means by which we both organize and locate ourselves within a continually changing world. Déirdre Kelly manipulates cartography to create her own personalised maps. Standing before these map collages, the viewer is both ‘found’ and ‘displaced’ in relation to pictorial worlds, as the overarching spatial rules collide with the particulars represented.