Elva Mulchrone, ‘Those who gave up and became the police’, 2016, Gibbons & Nicholas

Elva Mulchrone is a visual artist whose practice is concerned with the rhythm in relationships, the role of structures, the cyclical nature of repeat patterns and the consequences of macroeconomic policy.
Conceptually driven, her practice examines the essential component of maths in aesthetics, a narrative response to social science concerns and is committed to an examination of the parallels between mathematics, economics, aesthetics and choreography.