Fingal County Hall was the first of a series of dynamic new buildings made in Ireland during a re-structuring of local authorities in the 1990's. Made on completion of the multi-award-winning building by Bucholtz-McEvoy Architects in 2002, Flow is integrated into the complex architecture of the main wall of the Council Chamber. A stream flowing across the beach in Garrettstown, Co. Cork, where the artist lives, was filmed and became the source of the'real-scale' flow of the artwork. Measuring 20 m x 7 m x 1m and made in glass. plaster and bronze, Flow utilises overhead natural light to create subtle changing effects within the artwork.

Fingal County Hall and the artwork therein was commissioned by Fingal County Council and designed by Bucholz McEvoy architects.

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