Niamh O’Malley’s recent film works have often taken monumental sites as their subjects, including one of the world’s longest bridges, an island made symbolic through Catholic pilgrimage, and an immense working quarry. In Garden, O’Malley shifts her focus to a more intimate subject—a walled inner city garden that is a natural site of production, intention and the shaping of space.
A dual-channel video shows a mirror panning and tilting, reversing the normal flow of light and camera movement, and telling us—if only momentarily—that we are looking through a wall and into another world.
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