On Site Screening of Spirits of Poulsallagh
Jarlath Slattery’s work is concerned with the gothic and the uncanny in the rural landscape of Co. Clare. Face pareidolia is the human tendency to see faces on objects and animism is the belief that objects, places, and creatures all possess a distinct spiritual essence, a consciousness. This film is a long slow meditation on these concepts sited within the landscape of the Burren, in Ballyreen, Co. Clare.
Jarlath Slattery is an artist based in Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare. He is currently studying Sculpture and Combined Media in Limerick School of Art and Design. Jarlath works in video, photography, sound, multimedia installation and drawing. His work is concerned with the gothic and the uncanny in the rural landscape of Co Clare.