Regan O'Callaghan

  1. Installation Sachaqa Art Centre, Peruvian Amazon 2013.

    The fruit Aguaje with its strange reptilian skin is often found sold in Peruvian towns and villages in the Amazon. It is also made into juice and ice cream. The spines of the Aguaje tree are said to be used in sorcerers brews to see devils and the tree itself is believed to attract water making the Aguaje an important tree culturally, spiritually and environmentally.

    “Aguaje” the installation was created using local San Roque clay and Bombonaje palm. Inside were placed two Aguaje seeds. The installation was eventually left in a dry river bed behind the art centre. Open to the elements “Aguaje” will eventually break down and disintegrate releasing the seeds into the dry stream where hopefully they will sprout and grow.

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  2. Artist residency Fundacion Valapraiso, Mojacar, Andalucia, Spain 2012.
    Written content and film by Regan O'Callaghan http://www.reganocallaghan.com
    Music by Ricardo Villanueva. http://www.ricardovillanueva.com

    Art Prints Mojacar la Vieja for sale
    https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/545325133/art-print-mojacar-la-vieja-iii?ref=shop_home_active_14

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  3. Installation Lisdoonvarna, County Clare, Ireland. 2013

    “Our Lady of Decay”

    shimmering fragile

    mother to the exposed
    sister to the weary
    wisdom in her smile
    truth in her eyes
    shall harvest tomorrows meal
    bless yesterdays sins
    within her is our light
    of the universe
    on the outside she is
    shimmering fragile

    Poem by Cal Athan

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  4. Installation and performance London studio.
    2012

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  5. In Memory of Franklin Tawhanga Reid
    1930 - 2013

    Film by Regan O'Callaghan
    Introduction Photography Marcela Montoya
    Maori Translation Carol Reid

    http://www.reganocallaghan.com

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Regan O'Callaghan

Regan O'Callaghan

Regan O'Callaghan is an artist and a priest. His art explores the relationship between art and ritual, the creative and spiritual.
http://www.reganocallaghan.com

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