Window to Eden are delighted to showcase Passive House by Dublin born Myra Jago at St.Monica’s CCIC in Edenmore.
Myra Jago is obsessed with the duality of most things. Working mainly with oil paint, her work sits between the objective and the subjective, where reality meets intuition.
Jago looks to symmetry to describe this inner/outer dichotomy, not only because it spans wide areas of investigation across mathematics, physics, neuroscience, architecture and nature, but more critically to Jago, because of its cerebral effect – symmetry beguiles. It endows us with a sense of wellbeing. Embedding these notions within her practice, she looks for this place between what is evident and what is felt.
Jago’s work has been shown in solo exhibitions at Eight Gallery Dublin, Áras Inis Gluaire, Co. Mayo, deAppendix, AMNCH for Tallagh Hospital as well as in a number of group shows across Ireland. Her work is held in public and private collections throughout Ireland, Belgium, China, Italy, Japan, UK & USA.
Passive House is part of a larger body of work, which we recommend you check here: Learning to Fly (2014). Window to Eden are delighted to show Passive House at St. Monica’s Community Council Info Centre in Edenmore, Raheny from May 12th.
Don’t miss it.