GATE-The Tales of Nowhere Land!
15th-26th July, 2015,

Keith Nolan Silver River Images Gallery, Carrick on Shannon, Co.Leitrim, Ireland.

Works created at the Cill Rialaig Art Residency Program, Ballinskelligs, Co.Kerry (2015).

Image by Keith Nolan Photography 

GATE - The Tales of Nowhere Land is documentation of a journey from the surface of the vessel into the realm of the second dimension.

The exhibition investigates the subject of an archive interview by Carl Gustav Jung, where he talks about the path of an artist and a need of self expression. How images rising from the depth of our subconsciousness and how we relate to these images.

Automatic paintings comes from the same notion of automatic writing where the artist records his notions in an action without any previous concept and the art work does not have necessarily a subject it is a form of self analyses where the artist become his first audience and viewer of his work.


Black and White images on collaborative work with photographer Loreal Prystaj, created during the Byrdcliffe Art Residency, Woodstock, New York, USA.

Free improvised compositions using various instruments. The music reflects in the paintings and its composition. Each piece captures a memory of a past event transferring it’s mood and emotions into sounds.