Ciara Phillips creates the first Irish iteration of her ongoing, collaborative, Turner-Prize nominated artwork Workshop. This multi-pronged project deals directly with the power of creative engagement both for the individual and within a collaborative environment. Unfolding over the course of a year and involving an extended residency, the project will culminate
A newly-made film installation by the internationally acclaimed Brazilian/Irish collective Wagner/DeBurca. This new film work explores ideas of Irishness, belonging and exile as expressed through our relationships with Traditional Irish Music. Supported by the Arts Council Touring and Dissemination of Work Scheme.
Thu. 23 Jul. – Sun. 27 Sep. John Akomfrah (GH/GB), Forensic Oceanography / Forensic Architecture (GB), Shaun Gladwell (AU), Karen Power (IE), Susanne M. Winterling (DE). The Sea Around Us is an ambitious, large-scale group exhibition that explores our complex relationship with the ocean through installation, film, participation and
In this new body of work, Emma Stroude explores themes of uncertainty, instability and the ability to recognise innocent and well intentioned actions, in contrast to threat. Layers of suggestion and open-ended questions may be interpreted differently by the viewer depending on their personal history and the influence of the
Kate MacDonagh is an abstract artist whose work explores dualities of light and dark, scale and ephemerality, stillness and movement, the spectral and the material. Since spending time in Japan throughout the last four years, Kate's primary focus is on water-based woodblock printing (Mokuhanga) and water colour painting. From carving
Through correspondence, press reports, and original artworks, this exhibition provides a revealing insight into the tenacious efforts of Nora Niland in founding an art collection for Sligo. In doing so, Nora was one of the first to place the visual arts, and the work of artists at the centre of