In Niamh McCann's first solo exhibition at the Green On Red Gallery, entitled Purlieu, she continues her investigation into how we construct our social relations through a visual and linguistic framework. Purlieu is defined as "a certain territory of ground adjoining unto the forest [which] was once forest-land and afterwards disafforested by the perambulations made for the severing of the new forests from the old." Within the context of this exhibition it refers to a created landscape, an in-between space that divides the border between a real and fabricated visual landscape. McCann's use of mediated images and everyday kitsch in her work contribute to this both real and fantastical landscape that is part of our everyday experience. This exhibition runs until 21st March.