In association with Farmleigh House, Dublin.
Cowshed Theatre, Phoenix Park, Dublin.
September 27 to October 22, 2017.
The title of this solo exhibition was borrowed from a line of poetry from the artist’s close friend who was a significant force in helping Michelle explore and embrace her adoptive and Irish/ Indian identity. In the process of travelling to India to her ‘Fatherland’ Michelle is finding expression for her female adult self through different artistic processes including painting / works on paper/ Installation and video. This exhibition was supported by The Ireland India Council.
A full colour catalogue accompanies the exhibition.
The catalogue is available to purchase here.
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