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This exhibition is inspired by the work of Tim and Mairéad Robinson; artists, mapmakers and writers. Inspired by the landscape of the west of Ireland, the Robinsons settled in Roundstone where Tim created his Numerological Garden.

1. Pier - A life size drawing of Robinson’s Numerological Garden. When Tim and Mairéad lived in Roundstone they invited local children to play draughts on the garden; the same invitation is extended to you.

2. Triangle - A re-mapping of the garden by local primary and secondary school students, who learnt about the relationship between map making and its connection to place.

3. Market - An exhibition of survey and design drawings of the Robinson's house, garden and surrounding context of Roundstone, made by MArch students from John Tuomey + Sheila O’Donnell’s studio at University College Dublin in 2015.

Event Organiser: Architect, Cillian Briody

Folding Landscapes, A Re-Mapping
Image: via AATE

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Event Type(s) Festivals Exhibitions
Admission / Cost FREE
Organiser Architecture at the Edge

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