The Irish postal system is sufficiently entwined with our society that we leave a hole in our front doors for their workers. So what does it say about us as a nation that our post boxes still bear royal emblems?
In an entertaining talk, artist Jane Locke wonders at the inner workings of the postal service – and describes how in her attempts to infiltrate the system she happened across a series of unexpected and interconnected tales; tales that will ensure that you won’t look at post boxes the same way again.
About the artist:
Jane Locke is an artist whose work fuses historical and scientific facts with almost imperceptible fictions – encouraging the audience to look, and look again.
Jane Locke was educated at the Dun Laoghaire College of Art, Design and Technology and received a BA in Visual Arts Practice (First Class Honours) in 2007. In 2014 she received a Masters in Fine Art from NCAD. She also holds a BSc in Analytical Science from Dublin City University and has over ten years experience working in the pharmaceutical industry.