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    "Fluoxetine Hydrochloride" is a series of prints exploring the numbing effect of an anti-depressant through the cold and sterile environment of t… Read More
    "Fluoxetine Hydrochloride" is a series of prints exploring the numbing effect of an anti-depressant through the cold and sterile environment of the modern day kitchen. The prints use the kitchen as an metaphor to explore the effects of an anti-depressant on a person and play on the idea of the architecture of happiness and how our surroundings can influence our state of mind. A print from this body of work featured in the Limerick School of Art and Design Drawing Awards 2013. Read Less
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25cm x 35cm
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46cm x 64cm
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