‘Nolan links the external contours of the landscape with the inner, emotional worlds of the people who inhabit it. She manages to envisage the Border village and its setting as a kind of Tarkovskian Zone, that strange region of difference in his film Stalker. The Zone appears, to all intents and purposes, fairly ordinary, but is set apart from normality. People don’t go there.’ – Aidan Dunne

Such a great crowd for the artist’s talk and official launch of LACUNA at Gallery of Photography! Exhibition open till the 22nd October + more events coming up.

LACUNA is a cross-border touring exhibition organised by Gallery of Photography in partnership with Belfast Exposed Photography GalleryRegional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny and Remote Photo Festival, supported by the Arts Council Ireland and the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht 



One Image Story is an online curatorial project created by Maria Kapajeva.

It is a collection of two-minute stories told by the artists themselves about one image that has been chosen through discussion with them. The project is an ongoing archive of stories from all over the world. The selection of the artists is based on the ideas in their work with rather than their gender.

An image from my on going project The Cut Tells it’s Own Tale