Lecture date: 1997-01-17
Irish artist Dorothy Cross discusses her work and her influences, and explains what she has discovered through critical responses to such themes as sexuality and religion in her art. Cross works in a range of media from sculpture to video. In the early 1990s her profile rose when she began producing sculptural works which incorporated cow or snake hides and explored the cultural and symbolic significance of cows and milk and of snakes and poison.
Dorothy Cross represented Ireland at the 1993 Venice Biennale.
NB: Some loss of sound during Q & A.