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Interactive Flatbacks  2013 - Present

Interactive Flatbacks are a series of QR enabled replicas of Staffordshire flatbacks which originally date from the latter half of the 19th Century. These flatbacks are QR coded enabling the viewer to access digital content that relates to the physical artefact. The digital content deals with contemporaneous issues and is sporadically updated enabling the viewer to have iterative experiences of the object. These flatbacks have been exhibited in a number of shows and galleries including:

Art Xchange,  Seattle

Far4 Gallery,  Seattle

Te Uru Gallery, Auckland

Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin

Wandesford Quay, Cork

Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales

Mission Gallery, Swansea

Culture Craft, Derry

National Craft Gallery, Ireland


They also feature in publications such as:

New Directions in Ceramics - Jo Dahn

500 Prints in Clay - Lark Books

Ceramics Ireland. 


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