The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Co. Clare presents 'Sceal Eile' - the first solo show of London-based, Clare artist Valerie Driscoll. It is an exhibition of photographic and sculptural installation that tells the story, as a courthouse might, of something that is hidden. The daily engaging in the private domestic processes is played out in the gallery as home. Driscoll explores the dichotomy between domestic realities and public display. Phrases such as 'behind closed doors' and 'airing dirty laundry', she says add to the ambiguity as well as to the curiosity. Driscoll uses object and image to reveal experienced as well as created environments. For a site-specific photographic installation she produced four images entitled 'Where are my fecking glasses?' "This is a play on memory and loss that explores the notion of the death moment in photography." Driscoll has exhibited in London at the Sassoon Gallery and Nolias Gallery. She also showed work at Isaacs in Cork City during the European City of Culture. This exhibition runs until 29th January.