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Neon Dogs

Deepa Mann-Kler (UK)

Neon can be used to illuminate ideas, feelings, memories and emotions.

Deepa Mann-Kler

Location: Outstanding Art, North Road

A celebration of a favourite children’s party trick
This joyful collection of 12 colourful canines, complete with bones and dog mess, is sure to bring out the big kid inside all of us.

Neon Dogs was first created as an original commission for Lumiere Derry-Londonderry 2013 BRILLIANT competition, which invited anyone originally from or currently living in Northern Ireland to submit a bright idea for a Lumiere light installation.

About Deepa Mann-Kler

Originally from Nottingham, Deepa Mann-Kler now lives and works in Killyleagh, County Down. She has exhibited internationally including solo and group exhibitions in Ireland, America, Germany and China. In 2013 she was a Lumiere Derry-Londonderry 2013 BRILLIANT commissioning competition winner and was awarded the Individual Artist Award by the Culture Company as part of the Derry UK City of Culture celebrations. 

Accessibility information

Gradient to majority of route, Zebra crossing provided near the turn in the road between Milburngate and North Road. Dropped kerbs on route.

Artwork description: Static neon sculptures.

PLEASE NOTE: While you are welcome to photograph this installations for personal use, please note that the artist retains all imagery rights. Commercial use of installation photography and film is strictly prohibited.


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