Kathrine Geoghegan

I'm a painter living & working in County Kildare, Ireland.  A while ago, visiting my brother in Balbriggan, I came out of the house to see this double rainbow. The light of the sun had heightened the visual effect of the landscape, & thrown everything into ultra-sharp focus. The colours were intense. The scene that greeted me gave hope that this virus will pass. Now we are isolated in our own homes from each other, but in touch daily.  I hope also that the tempoary reduced human footprint on the landscape will allow nature to thrive.

During my days of quarantine, today 29th of March they are 21, I've learned to see my window like the mirror of the life outside, the reality of my country now, the tragedy that we are living in...
Triage This is a time when hospitals have to decide who to treat first and who to keep waiting. This picture depicts a man laying in a pool of blood (represented by the red blanket), waiting...
During early days of forced quarantine in Central Italy we could still go out for a walk close by our home, get children out for some fresh air and grab a tiny sense of the incoming Springtime. This...
Britain is in lockdown, a social state represented by this photograph of a garage door. The simplicity of the message is in tune with the simplicity of the instruction to stay at home.
Primary elections seem even more important.
in these times of difficulty, people are supporting people the only few ways we know how. a "thank you" banner is put up from residential homes in Madrid.
My dog and I took a drive up the mountain during the self-isolation of the corona virus (still continues).  We got out at the vista along the mountain with views of the city below and ...
The liberty and the free Italy is somewhere there, behind bars. 
In NYC, the grocery store shortages are everywhere.  It hit me really hard when I saw all the eggs were sold out.  Eggs are a staple for most peoples diets and generally very reasonable, so...
This is an ongoing project started within the confinements of my home in Manchester.  Using CCTV cameras i explore how places have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and government...
There is a fear that comes from the unknown. The "invisible boogeyman" of coming into contact with the virus. The symptoms that can creep up upon us at a later date, or we may be symptomless and be...
Social distancing, or physical distancing, is a set of non-pharmaceutical interventions or measures taken to prevent the spread of a contagious disease like #covid_19 by maintaining a physical...
When the virus began to spread I became most concenred and anxious about my dad. He is in his sixties and has COPD, a lung disease which puts him at a serious risk. We have been staying indoors as a...
The aim of this artproject (3 photos of the installation) is to highlight the fragility of our human condition, symbolized by the balloon. This fragility that explodes in our face today in the face...
Small diary of an unexpected quarantine. Not being able to leave my house, I decided to tell the apartment building where I live. Neighbors with whom I used to exchange the simple "good morning" or...

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