102% Funded


Target: €2500


€2,570 Raised


82 Funders

The Infinite Line

By The Infinite Line


The Infinite Line

Curated by Sophie Behal & Maeve Lynch.

Presenting new works by Cassandra Eustace, Roseanne Lynch and Richard Forrest.

The Infinite Line is a 3-person exhibition that will take place in TACTIC gallery, Cork in May 2014. It will be accompanied by a once-off performance piece, 120 limited edition publications and a mini-symposium: The Infinite Line: A Search for the Unknown.

‘We actually form the world at every instant, although we're not cognitively aware of that.’
Robert Irwin, from Seeing is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees.

Our knowing is through our individual perception of things and ultimately not knowing is the only thing that we can be certain of. This exhibition is an empirical questioning of things beyond our understanding and the nature of knowledge itself. It deals with knowledge as an unstable ground and precarious truth.

This show takes as its genesis ideas of spacial and temporal slippage and the unknown. The artists work loosely through the medium of drawing in the tri-dimensions and the experiential qualities of light.


Sophie Behal & Maeve Lynch both hold First Class Honours Degrees from the CIT Crawford College of Art and Design (CCAD), having graduated in 2012. As well as working independently as practicing artists they regularly collaborate on publications, curation and one-off events.


Cassandra Eustace completed her MA, in Art and Process through CIT CCAD in 2013.She graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art in 2012 from CIT CCAD and was awarded Student of the Year.

Her recent solo exhibition ‘Of Light and Structure' was shown at the James Barry Exhibition Centre, CIT.

Roseanne Lynch completed her Masters by Research in 2010 through CIT CCAD. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.
She received the inaugural Alliance Francaise Photography Laureate Award in 2011.

Roseanne lectures in Photography at CIT CCAD and at Cork Centre for Architectural Education (CCAE). She is represented by Mark St.John Ellis, of nag Gallery, Dublin.

She has just been awarded a 2-year artist residency at CCAE.

Richard Forrest, born 1988, is a practicing artist based in Dublin. Forrest graduated in 2011 with a First Class Honours Degree from CIT CCAD. For his exhibition in the 2011 Degree Show he was awarded numerous prizes of note.

Forrest has exhibited throughout Ireland in numerous group shows that include: The Black Mariah, Cork, Catalyst Arts Centre, Belfast, Tactic Gallery, Cork, Occupy Space, Limerick, SOMA Contemporary, Waterford, The Crawford Art Gallery, Cork. He recently had a well-received solo show in The Joinery, Dublin and was shortlisted for the Siamsa Tire Emerging Artist Award.

How your funding will help us:

1. Commission new works by the 3 artists.
2. Curators’, performers’ and writer’s stipends.
3. Installation costs.
4. Promotion of exhibition.
5. Production of publication.
6. Mini- Symposium. This will feature lectures, screenings and workshops that explore the unknown from the angles of art, science, philosophy and architecture. Each contributor will be paid a stipend.
7. Touring: Transportation and installation costs.

Thank you!!