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When We Move in Blue
El Reid-Buckley and Breda Lynch

When We Move in Blue El Reid-Buckley and Breda Lynch

When We Move in Blue El Reid-Buckley and Breda LynchWhen We Move in Blue
El Reid-Buckley and Breda Lynch

Designed by Oisín Ralph.


Edition 11/80
34 pages
150 x 230 mm
ISBN 9781999951399


When We Move in Blue is a celebratory pamphlet on the work of Breda Lynch, written by El Reid-Buckley and designed by Oisín Ralph. This publication focuses on Breda’s Blue Dyke series of cyanotypes, which was installed at Ormston House from 2020 to 2021 as part of the Feminist Supermarket, and at the Irish Museum of Modern Art from 2021 to 2022 as part of The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now: Queer Embodiment.

Description of Form
This pamphlet comes with a small blue badge with the words ‘Blue Dyke’ written on it.

About the Artists
Breda Lynch is an artist, curator and a full-time lecturer in Fine Art at the Limerick School of Art and Design. She holds a BA Hons degree from the Crawford College of Art in Cork, an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art in London, and an MPhil Fine Art and Digital Media from the University of Wolverhampton. Breda works across a number of mediums including drawing, cyanotype, and expanded printing techniques. Her work deals with a wide range of issues and themes such as questions of identity, particularly gender and sexualities; appropriation and reproduction; queer cultures of past, present and future; in/visibilities; subcultural and spiritual exploration; and more.

El Reid-Buckley is a sociologist, writer, and collage artist based in Limerick, Ireland. They are currently completing a PhD in Sociology on bisexualities in post-marriage equality Ireland. Their research, writing and artistic practice is broadly focused on issues of genders and sexualities; with research interests in a wide number of areas such as trans theory, pop culture, media studies, archival and memorial practices, and the politics of space. Overall, their work aims to connect art, academia, and activism, to celebrate the beauty, joy, and diversity of queerness and trans identity.
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