Bloomers Digital Collection
Download Bloomers Digital Collection! Engage with work made by some of the most exciting emerging female visual artists based in Ireland. Each curated, theme specific issue contains visual art, reviews, interviews, poetry and creative responses from innovative Irish writers.
Bloomers Digital Collection includes :
Issue 01 : Illustration (Spring 2018)
Irish women reconcile with a culture historically oppressive to the female spirit and conjure ideas that are intimate and interrogative. Informed by the past, these Irish female emerging Illustrators draw a map of the future.
Issue 02 : The Living Mountain (Autumn 2018)
The original book describes the author, Nan Shepard’s, relationship with environment. In a highly descriptive and intimate way, her journey through natural surroundings is accompanied with anecdotes about her personal life. Inspired by this, Issue 02 is a collection of essays, interviews, reviews and other texts about the work of several emerging Female Artists who are exploring landscape, environment, physical space or psychic space in their work.
Issue 03 : Shape Histories (Spring 2019)
Shape Histories’ is a collection of speculative fiction written in response to work by four artists Deirdre Breen, Robyn Carey, Gráinne Nagle and Sophia Vigne. Their work is abstract, geometric and bold. The writers re-write the history of a shape they each observe in a given body of work.
Issue 04 : Out of Body (Autumn 2019)
‘Out of Body’ is a curated collection of visual art and texts that discuss responses to the body and space by emerging female artists based in Ireland. From psychogeography, corporeal awareness, the voice and architecture, this issue explores many themes in a range of media including painting, performance, photography and video.
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“Bloomers Magazine and Collective is a multichannel arts organisation that discusses the work of emerging female artists based in Ireland online, through and events an through our bi-annually printed publication.”