|Blurbarian Since||November 2008|
|My Web Site||www.barrydelaney.ie|
|My Occupation||Visual social traveller|
Irish Social Photographer, focusing on the Dublin, Limerick and Belfast urban landscapes.
Influences: Punk D.I.Y. attitude; Robert Frank; Fergus Bourke; Tony O'Shea; Pablo Picasso; Sergio Leone; Martin Scorsese; The Clash; The Ramones ...
History: Inspired by the colour of Punk, in the grey Dublin of the 1980s, accidently fell in love with film photography. Fully self taught, after the purchase of a digital camera in 2006, the obsession re-commenced. Since April 2007 I have been charting the daily lives of Dubliners of all different types, in their home environment, from Inner city Dublin, to Ballymun. Capturing unique people doing what they do, in their natural state, whether that is happy,
sad ,laughing, having fun ,mischievous or just survival .
Making the ordinary look special, and exhibiting something thats real, alive , hidden and different -- thats the aim - displaying the unspeakable. Making art accessible to all and not just the Elite.
|Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...|
|This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)|
On the Road - Jack Keouac|
Big Sur - Jack Kerouac
Borstal Boy - Brendan Behan
The old man and the sea - Ernest Hemingway
Portrait of the artist as a young man - James Joyce