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phoebebishopwright:

“art like any other disaster happens very slowly and then all at once”
— Anne Enright in LRB on Dorothy Cross’s exhibition at Turner Contemporary 
(this is a work Cross made as an extension of Ghost Ship, 1999, an installation where she painted a retired light ship with many layers of phosphorescent paint and moored it out at sea within sight of the esplanade of Dublin Bay. Every evening just before dusk the boat’s sides were flooded with strong ultraviolet light)

phoebebishopwright:

“art like any other disaster happens very slowly and then all at once”

— Anne Enright in LRB on Dorothy Cross’s exhibition at Turner Contemporary 

(this is a work Cross made as an extension of Ghost Ship, 1999, an installation where she painted a retired light ship with many layers of phosphorescent paint and moored it out at sea within sight of the esplanade of Dublin Bay. Every evening just before dusk the boat’s sides were flooded with strong ultraviolet light)