Fionn van der Noll

Fionn van der Noll


My practice is concerned with research on the value of traditional ideals within the studio. I incorporate sustentation of nature, notions of new technology, art within science, and their increasing importance within artistic research. This is reflected through the use of contrasting materials and technologies.
An important aspect of the process is a focus on sanctuary for declining ecosystems and a possible utopian future.
This current work is based within a sculptural and printed language. The installed work is constructed using industrial metalwork and traditional basket weaving techniques, these forms are inspired by bird nests and ancient crannóg structures. The prints are made using digital painting with screen print elements; the motifs of which are inspired by conservation data of endangered Irish birds.


Course: fine art

Year: 2021

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