Deirdre Logue

2011, 04:30 minutes, colour


Using bread and the fish in an overpopulated swimming hole, the artist tests her nerve with the act of reciprocation and the fear of the monsters that reside below the surface. Situating the body in initially reassuring environments, this work illustrates how navigating even the most pastoral landscapes can result in turmoil between animated forms.

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Critical Writing

Looking for Love in all the Right Places: Deirdre Logue
by Tracy Tidgwell. No More Potlucks, Nov. 2011, no. 18.