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True Endlings

medium: oil/collage on canvas

dimensions: 150 x 200 cm (diptych)

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This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Guna Girl

medium: oil/collage on board

dimensions: 45 x 45 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Unknown One

medium: oil/collage on board

dimensions: 24 x 24 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Other

medium: oil/collage on paper

dimensions: 32.5 x 32.5 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Trekkers in Paradise

medium: oil/collage on board

dimensions: 59 x 76 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Deep Blue

medium:oil/collage on board

dimensions: 100 x 100 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Macharit

medium: oil/coolage on board

dimensions 76 x 76 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Europe after the Rain

medium:oil/collage on board

dimensions: 76 x 96 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Worlds Apart

medium: video loop, sound recording, sand and model figures

dimensions: 50 x 27 40 cm

2nd image: installation view

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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I Didn't Mean You

medium: glass tank, water, organic and inorganic elements

dimensions: 40 x 30 x 38 cm

2nd image : detail of above

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Is everybody Here?

medium: acrylic tank, water, organic and inorganic elements

dimensions 40 x 30 x 26 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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This is the final Offer

medium: acrylic tank, water, organic and inorganic elements

dimensions: 20 x 20 x 23 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Armila 111

medium: inks,mixed media on paper

dimensions: 30 x 20 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Armila 11

medium: inks,mixed media on paper

dimensions: 30 x 20 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Armila 1

medium: inks,mixed media on paper

dimensions: 30 x 20 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Tortuga

medium: inks/oil on board

dimensions: 15 x 15 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Hereafter

medium: oil/collage on board

dimensions: 100 x 100 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

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Tread Softly

medium: etching & chinecolle

dimensions: 70 x 103 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

"2019" Info

In Search of the Other

medium:etching & chine colle

70 x 103 cm

edition 20

"2019" Info

€750,00

2019

Concept

The exhibition 'AFTER' was shown in the Lavit Gallery,Cork in 2019 addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

 These prints were part of that show and each represented a different geographical landscape  as a background to portray different colonial exploitation past and present.

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Exploring Beyond

medium:etching & chine colle

dimensions:45 x 45 cm

"After" Info

After

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.

 

 

"2019" Info

Nobles & Fools

etching & chine colle

70 x 103 cm

edition 20

"2019" Info

€750,00

2019

Concept

The exhibition 'AFTER' was shown in the Lavit Gallery,Cork in 2019 addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

 These prints were part of that show and each represented a different geographical landscape  as a background to portray different colonial exploitation past and present.

"2019" Info

What's to Come

etching & chine colle

29 x 42cm

"2019" Info

2019

Concept

The exhibition 'AFTER' was shown in the Lavit Gallery,Cork in 2019 addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

 These prints were part of that show and each represented a different geographical landscape  as a background to portray different colonial exploitation past and present.

This exhibition is  a response to Frieda's residency in Panama in 2017.

She spent three weeks living with the Guna tribe in the remote Guna Yala region bordering the Dàrien rainforest, bound in the north by the Caribbean Sea and in the east by Columbia.

Her previous exhibition ‘Lifeforms and Landmarks’ 2017/18 looked at the most recent extinction event and the evolution of birds from dinosaurs, while this exhibition is addressing the current extinction of indigenous peoples.

The mediums chosen to express these responses are print, painting and video installation.

She continues to address the pertinent problems of the ecosystem and extinctions caused by the climate crisis.