Landmarks is both an exploration of humanity’s relationship with the natural world, and a lament for the mindless destruction which we have wreaked upon it. While the work on display draws inspiration from landscapes across Ireland, much of it is rooted in the hinterland of the Pearse Museum and St Enda’s Park.
The Landmarks Collective is made up of three South Dublin based artists: Charleen Hurtubise, Lisa Dowling Scott and Beatrice O’Connell. The collective was formed in response to a shared concern with the fragile status of our natural heritage in the face of environmental crisis. In addition, a number of other artists who have similar interest in environmental matters have been invited to contribute to the exhibition.