Visual Arts

maud cotter: a consequence of ~

Solo exhibition

Details

Date(s)

Jun 2, 2022 – Dec 4, 2022

Contact

boxoffice@irishartscenter.org


Location

Irish Arts Center 
726 11th Avenue 
Hell's Kitchen, NYC

Overview

Curated by Miranda Driscoll, Irish Arts Center curator-in-residence

Inspired by “Pied Beauty,” a poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins celebrating the diverse and disparate nature of existence, visual artist Maud Cotter’s solo exhibition questions the nature of form and physical reality. Concepts are liquid, finding form and cohesion through making, calling into question the very nature of physical reality and the place of human will within such a mercurial mix. Bringing together works developed from 2015 onward, Cotter offers transcendent visions of the materials she uses.

A Conversation with the Artist:
Maud Cotter with Aengus Woods
Saturday, June 25 | 3pm
Free. No reservations required.

Theatre installation & building-wide exhibition:
June 2–June 26 

Wednesdays | 4pm–9pm
Thursdays | 3pm–7pm
Fridays | 4pm–9pm
Saturdays | 1pm–5pm
Sundays | 1pm–5pm 

RESERVE > 

Building-wide exhibition only:
June 2–December 4


Watch the June 2, 2022 opening night artist talk:

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Read excerpts of Cotter's writings on her work:

“In poetry all things seem to touch so they are”
On Gerard Manley Hopkins' “Pied Beauty”
“(Who knows how?)”
The Dappled World
The consequence of


Read the curator's statement >

Wall writing by James Gold and Morgan Smith, in collaboration with Maud Cotter.

Installation team
Emmy Boisvert
Ray Huth
Benjamin Johnson
Hailey O'Leary
Nicole Malancea
Thomas Short

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Our Supporters

Irish Arts Center programs are supported, in part, by government, foundation, and corporate partners including Culture Ireland, the agency for the promotion of Irish arts worldwide; public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office and the New York City Council; the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature; Howard Gilman Foundation; Jerome L. Greene Foundation; the Charina Endowment Fund; the Ireland Funds; the Shubert Foundation, Inc.; the Irish Institute of New York; the Society of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, New York; the Charles Lawrence Keith & Clara Miller Foundation; Northern Ireland Bureau; the Department of Foreign Affairs and the Consulate of Ireland in New York; British Council; Morgan Stanley; Tourism Ireland; and thousands of generous donors like you.

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