Kate Power

Pink Noise

An immersive installation that explores the complex relationship and innate affinity humans have with the natural world. Pink Noise is inspired by the history of St. Enda’s Park and Scoil Éanna’s meaningful engagement with nature.  The site-specific artwork consists of fluorescent body parts and a variety of synthetic flora, all illuminated by otherworldly pink hues and set amongst the folly known as The Hermit’s Cave. The work provides a dynamic contrast of over-saturated colours, drawing attention to the natural landscape and prompting a connection to its rich past. By creating an immersive experience that combines art, mindfulness, and nature, Pink Noise offers viewers an opportunity to reconnect with their environment.

Kate Power

Kate Power is a visual and sound artist based in Dublin, working across print, installation, and digital media. A recent graduate of NCAD, Power received a first-class honours qualification in Fine Art Print and Education, with a previous degree from TUD, in Media Art and Irish Language. Since graduating, Power has been shortlisted for the Global Graduate Award 2022 and The RDS Visual Art Awards 2022.

Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally, at such exhibitions as Bloom Festival Dublin, The Society of Graphic Fine Art London, The Sarah Walker Gallery Cork, Hang Tough Contemporary, and The Mason, Hayes and Curran Winter Show. Her work has been purchased for inclusion in private and public art collections, including NCAD Dublin, Sarah Walker Gallery, DCU and Mason Hayes and Curran.