Maud Cotter
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Finding the Space Frame in the Field / Book

Finding the Space Frame in the Field / Book,
36 x 26 x 3.5 cms
29 drawings, images, card, paper, 2012.
A Solution is in the Room, 9 September – 7 October, CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, 2013.


Measure / Book

Measure / Book, mixed media, 29 x 21 x 5 cms, 2013.
The Air They Capture Is Different, An exhibition by Maud Cotter and Karl Burke, 19 June - 13 October, The MAC, Belfast, 2013


Shopping Bag / Book

13 x 17.5 x 0.2 cms
5 drawings, images, stone paper, 2012

A Solution is in the Room, 9 September – 7 October, CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, 2013.


Other Attachments

Paper, string, 14.8 x 21 cms, 2004.
Produced with Coracle Press.
More than Anything, Model Arts and Niland Gallery, Sligo, 2004.


A Way Of Containing Air


also

envelope, 22 x 11 cms, 2002.
Produced with Coracle Press.
25th Anniversary Benefit Selections Exhibition, The Drawing Centre, NY, U.S.A, 2002

paper, ink,

42.5 x 15.5 cms , 2002.
Produced with Coracle Press.
also, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin. 2002.


All Stuff Is Farce

An acrobatic book, including 26 full-colour and 28 black and white illustrations, 21 x 16 x 0.5 cms, 2010.
Designed by Marit Munzberg with written inclusions by Joseph R. Wolin and Matt Packer.
All Stuff Is Farce, Irish Consulate, New York, 2010.

Garden Department of Defence, Newbridge, Ireland, 2010.

Garden
1.5 mm birch ply, intumescent lacquer milk layer, steel cable, 1500 x 600 x 500 cms, 2010

Garden, detail
1.5 mm birch ply, intumescent lacquer milk layer, steel cable, 1500 x 600 x 500 cms, 2010

Once Upon A Time Installation, Private Collection, Paris. 2006

Once Upon A Time
card, lafarge, Perspex. Dimensions Variable. 2006

House, The Court House, Cork, Ireland. 2006

House
1.5mm Birch Ply, 2006

Of air and everything, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 2002

Of air and everything
stainless steel, resin, cardboard, 300 x 150 x 600 cms, 2001

Of Air And Everything, detail
stainless steel, resin, cardboard, 300 x 150 x 600 cms, 2001.

More than Anything, Solid Space, Ormeau Bath Gallery, Belfast

More than Anything
1.5 mm birch ply, dimensions variable, 2004.

The Land of Zero

Fri 21 November – Sat 6 December, 2014
Seminar: Fri 21 – Sat 22 November, 2014

'I build my time
In gathering fruits
And throwing out all that is bad
And Old
And rotten'
          Kurt Schwitters

The Shakers called America The Land of Zero, a tabula rasa onto which they could build a new society. The conceit of such a landscape allows us to identify a moment of stillness within the 'amorphous stew', which is the present, an artificial nothingness, a chosen moment within which one can examine new forces temporarily held at bay, through lecture, installation, and discussion. The Land of Zero is a radical school within a school, a hybrid of research within 'showing' , a two-day seminar set in a composite installation in process. It is a place of questioning and examination on a threshold between MA:AP of the Cork College of Art & Design, other practitioners, and the public realm.

The Land of Zero opens a space as a sculptural action for discussion within showing. This investigative form is achieved throughout the duration of the project with four distinct layers in process.

the establishment of a spatial strategy,
the showing of three artist's work,
the insertion of the two day seminar within this space frame,
a final layer of works, including MA:AP, curated by Pluck Projects, Cork.

Aisling O'Beirn: Proton Dancing (Zagreb 2013) /Angus Woods: Home and Homelessness: Speculations on the Language of Utopian Thought /Anthony Haughey: Moderator /Bill Albertini: "Manhattan Monopoles" /Clive Murphy: site specific installation /Dr. Ed Krčma: Utopia Zones: Some Problems in Art Now (via Joseph Beuys), 2014 /Maud Cotter: An Introduction to The Land of Zero /Pluck Projects: The Land of Zero, a response /Padraig Spillane: Survival Strategies with Pallas Projects/Studios, Dublin and Pluck Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cork /Sigune Hamann: Changing Perception of Images.

Maud Cotter: Initiator/Curator /Pluck Gallery of Contemporary Art: Guest Curator
/Claire Power
: Administrator Anthony Haughey: Moderator /Dr. Ed Krčma: Keynote speaker I
/Angus Woods: Keynote speaker II

 

http://thelandofzero.com

Every Way Out, a domino effect to the future.

Seminar and Workshops.

Maud Cotter, Visual Artist Ireland & Veronika Valk, Architect Estonia; present a synopsis of ideas shared at a seminar & week long workshops in Cork City September 2011. In association with Rubicon Gallery Dublin, Cork City Council, The National Sculpture Factory Cork, Crawford College of Art & Design, Cork Centre for Architectural Education, Cork Institute of Technology.

Every Way Out, a domino effect to the future.
Lecture.

Presented by Dublin Contemporary In association with Rubicon Gallery Dublin, Cork City Council, The National Sculpture Factory Cork, Crawford College of Art & Design, Cork Centre for Architectural Education, Cork Institute of Technology.

http://ccad-research.org/EveryWayOut/

Measure

a solution is in the room

Newspaper Installation, Presenting two newspapers - measure with essay by Angus Woods, and a solution is in the room with essay by Matt Packer.
A Solution is in the Room, 9 September – 7 October, CIT Wandesford Quay Gallery, Cork, 2013.

Neither Here Nor There

A video made by Maud Cotter in response to Seamus Heaney's poem Postscript, Poetry Project, Ireland, 2013.

http://thepoetryproject.ie/poems/neither-here-nor-there-maud-cotter-postscript-seamus-heaney/


Shadow

Curve Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, 1999

http://vimeo.com/90240139