(After a two week break in the semester.) Drawings made on 24/03/15 to be viewed by the Nanomaterials students at the 9am lecture on 25/03/15.
Drawings made on 03/03/15 to be viewed by the Nanomaterials students at the 9am lecture on 04/03/15.
Drawings made on 24/02/15 to be viewed by the Nanomaterials students at the 9am lecture on 25/02/15. (The equation referenced in the text is the Schrodinger equation as it relates to scanning tunnelling microscopy.)
The second in the series of "The Dark Molecules at UCD", drawn last night and viewed this morning by the final year Nanomaterials students. A strangely alchemical image...
Second week of 'The Dark Molecules at UCD' project. Drawn Tuesday evening 10th February 2015 to be viewed by nanochemistry students on Wednesday morning.
The first week of "The Dark Molecules at UCD" - a drawing project in lecture theatre H137 in the Science building in UCD. The primary audience is a group of final year nanochemistry students.
Work was hung on Thursday 27th to be viewed on Friday 28th of February 2014.
Work was hung on Wednesday 26th to be viewed on Thursday 27th February 2014.
Work hung on Tuesday 25th to be viewed on Wednesday 26th of February 2014.
Work installed on Monday 24th to be viewed on Tuesday 25th of February 2014.
Work installed on Sunday 23rd to be viewed on Monday the 24th February 2014.
Work installed on the evening of Thursday 20th to be viewed on Friday 21st of February 2014.
Work installed on the evening of Wednesday 19th to be viewed on Thursday 20th of February 2014.
Work installed on the evening of Tuesday 18th to be viewed on Wednesday 19th of February 2014.
Work installed on evening of Monday 17th to be viewed on Tuesday 18th of February 2014.
Day 1 at the Bar Council of Ireland. Installed on Sunday 16th to be viewed on Monday 17th of February 2014.
But for me, one of the real highlights of the space are the singing fish in the next section of the atrium. They're really something.
A final note on the piece:
Jane Locke // The Cloud of Unknowing // Science building (X) at DCU
Visitors to the science building in DCU this October will find an unexpected structure on the second floor landing. A doorway that shouldn’t be there. Each day viewers looking through the doorway will encounter a new drawing – each new drawing a point in a narrative of a prolonged mystery. Located amongst research labs on the cutting edge of science, this durational drawing intervention is well positioned to pose questions on the gap between belief and knowledge.
This artwork has been funded by the Office of Student Life as part of their ongoing strategy of cultural development at DCU.
A site marker was added on Friday, 8th of November 2013. The stone marker states "site of imagination".
Drawing for Thursday, 7th of November 2013. (Final drawing) The doorway shape is now only 1cm tall - the drawing itself is quite difficult to make out.
Drawing for Wednesday, 6th of November 2013. The doorway has now reduced to a 1/4 scale.
Drawing for Tuesday, 5th of November 2013. The door frame has been removed and the doorway reduced to 3/4 scale.