2022 at Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, USA
2018 Premiered at the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Red Wing, Minnesota, USA.
More than two hundred paper bats are flying, roosting, or dead. Text about bats and their positive environmental impact are on the ground. Some bats have a Swarovski crystal on their noses to indicate the white nose syndrome that is killing bats.
MEDIUM AND SIZE: Installation art with paper sculpture. Text about bats and their environmental impact. Various sizes.
With Chiroptera Soundscape composed by Tony Solitro.
From The Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies: "Chiroptera is exemplary of Irene’s interdisciplinary artistic approach that takes inspiration from book arts, installation, and papermaking."