91.5 x 91.5 cm.
Edition of 5
This image is taken from the series like roses that never bothered to bloom. Ireland’s current economic climate is in a unique state which is creating many obstacles, including unemployment, that are postponing milestones associated with adulthood. There is a unanimous feeling of uncertainty that is currently present amongst young Irish women. In like roses that never bothered to bloom, Kelsey explores her own feelings of inadequacy, as a twenty-something through the similar experiences of others. It attempts to distil these experiences into tranquil moments.
About the Artist
Kelsey Lennon is a Dublin-based photographer whose practice is primarily concerned with the relationship between people and place. Her most recent body of work like roses that never bothered to bloom explores Irish youth identity. She has recently completely an MFA in Photography at the University of Ulster.