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B. 1996, Derry, Ireland | Based in London

Ewing‘s practice explores Irish folklore and the portrayal of the Irish feminine as object, unruly landscape and alien entity- broadening to Irish and wider Celtic folklore depicting the phenomena of the otherworld; Mag Ildathach or ‘the multicoloured place’. Ewing’s work is informed by ideas of the body as landscape, the interplay between reality and artifice in digital and physical spaces, biomorphism, transcendental imagination and world building.

Exploring the relationship between physical spaces and transcendental virtual worlds, Ewing uses augmented reality to hack our environment, reimagining a new mythology within our surroundings. Using a variety of materials and approaches to explore and build worlds and objects that are her interpretation of this feminine otherworld, she creates an alternative female bodily landscape. These worlds are activated using augmented reality, installation and video, drawing and performance, exploring interior bodily environments, textures, masses, shapes and forms.

Working across a variety of approaches focused on sustainability, Ewing takes an experimental approach to material use, harnessing alternative making processes to maintain a sustainable and circular approach to making. Her works are then activated using augmented reality and 3d modeling software, projecting them into the physical world and released via Instagram stories for public use and projection, as a means of both publicising the works and challenging ideas of ownership.

Alongside her practice, Ewing is eager to engage communities through arts education and knowledge sharing practices, currently developing workshops for primary school age children based on current exhibitions at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Derry/Londonderry.

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