149 x 105 mm
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Published by the 2013 graduates of the BA Photography course at Dublin Institute of Technology, this zine documents the work of Catherine O’Toole. This project began as a search for the Sika Deer in the Coillte forestry on Lugnagun. With each walk around the forestry, traces of different animals began to make themselves known. This project was made while walking, and follows the transitory movements of the forest inhabitants. This work endeavors to capture the wondrous and immersive experience of being in this wild area. The physicality of the animal as it’s glimpsed moving through the constantly changing landscape is only one part of this. The other is the area itself with its sounds and scents. This work attempts to bring that experience to those who have not yet encountered it, and to awake memories in those who know it well.
About the Series
This series consists of zines created by students of the Dublin Institute of Technology, BA (Hons) Photography course. The collection consists of work by Kristina Collender, Efa Corwell, Neil Dorgan, Kasia Kaminska, Barry Keogh, Patricia Klich, Deirdre McGing, Bobi Murray, Nikki O’Carroll, Catherine O’Toole, Maciej Pestka, Niamh Redmond and Irene Siragusa.
About the Artist
Catherine O’Toole is a DIT graduate and photographer based in Ireland.