Exhibition

Norwegian artist Magnhild Opdöl's eerie, dreamlike and blackly humorous work uses various types of media, including drawing, sculpture, photography and installation work.

22nd June, 2013
Magnhild Opdöl's work uses drawing, photography and sculpture, as well as other types of media

Norwegian artist Magnhild Opdöl's eerie, dreamlike and blackly humorous work uses various types of media, including drawing, sculpture, photography and installation work. Point of No Return, which is on at the Butler Gallery in Kilkenny, features running themes of animal extinction, the depletion of the Earth's natural resources and mankind's unique talent at messing up the planet.

Throughout, oblique references to a host of subjects - from consumerism and doughnuts to Bambi and...

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