The Royal Hibernian Academy is proud to present the exhibition Between Us by the American artist Eileen Neff. After a successful run in the Institute of Art (ICA) Philadelphia in late 2007 this exhibition, co-curated by Patrick T Murphy of the RHA & Ingrid Schaffner of the ICA, includes photographs focusing on work from the past ten years. The exhibition traces a fascinating and critical shift from the camera to the computer. Neff's imagery creates a disorientation and unpredictability reminiscent of getting lost at a fork while also provoking the pleasure one gets in choosing which road to take. In another digitally re-mastered image Anecdote of a Tree, '99-'00, Neff interrupts the fast paced movement of the background landscape by abruptly placing a static tree trunk as if stunning the moving image. With this she creates, "The story is an impossible visible fiction superposed on a photographic illusion" said a US critic. This exhibition is open until 14th February.