fieldnotes is a photo zine by Clare Lyons, focussing on spatial relationships in domestic and suburban settings; using them to depict the slow overwhelming and encroaching sensation of living with anxiety in a day-to-day context. It is risograph printed on Fedrigoni Freelife Vellum and Munken Lynx papers.1
About the Artist
Clare Lyons is a photographer and visual artist living in Dublin. Her work is typically deeply private and explores themes of trauma, memory, and her personal struggle with mental illness. In 2019 she completed a residency at Arts, Letters and Numbers in New York where she had her first solo exhibition. This work was then shown at Rathfarnham Castle as part of group show The Invention of Memory curated by Julia Gelezova and included on the main programme of the PhotoIreland Festival. Clare is currently Assistant Editor at Junior Magazine which is an annual journal showcasing emerging Irish photographic talent, and is a member of Ormond Art Studios.
About the Publisher
Damn Fine Print was set up in 2011, with the vision of creating an open access space for artists to screen print their work. Through the art of screen printing, we’ve made our mark in Dublin’s creative scene, hosting exhibitions that showcase Irish art and design from a variety of disciplines, with our doors always open to new, exciting, creative endeavours.
External links & References
- “Damn Fine Press” Damn Fine Print https://damnfineprint.com/products/fieldnotes-field-notes-clare-lyons-damn-fine-press