Thursday, October 13, 2011
Saturday, July 30, 2011
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Dates: 7th – 25th June
Launch: Friday 10th June (alongside NCAD degree show)
‘Archimedes’ Last Drawing’ is a collaborative drawing project and exhibition by recent graduates of NCAD Francis Quinn and Fintan Ryan. The project will take place over two weeks at the NCAD Gallery, 100 Thomas Street, Dublin 8. The project will be centred around a monumental drawing, which will be created throughout the run of the exhibition. Five recent graduates of the National college of Art and Design(INCLUDING MY GOOD SELF!) have been invited to take part in the project. Each artist will spend a day working on the drawing and all seven artist will return to work together on the final day of the project. The gallery will be open to the public during the entire project, giving visitors the oportunity to see the artists at work and witness the development of the drawing over time.
Myself and Killian Dunne will be doing our live drawings this Wednesday June 8th.
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
Friday, March 4, 2011
Each event is curated by an invited guest and festures screening, performances, installation, sound and improvised music. It is organised by Vivienne Dick, Áine Phillips and Maeve Mulrennan. The aim of live@8 is for people to engage with art in an informal atmosphere, where there is room for dialogue and experimentation.
This edition is curated by Jennifer Cunningham and Sinead Mc Cann. They will show a selection of video work and performance art by artists from all over Ireland, Britain and Sweden. Jennifer Cunningham and Sinead Mc Cann studied together on the Masters in Fine art programme in NCAD from 2006- 2008. They both took an interest in each others work.
In May 2010 Sinead was awarded a residency for 5 weeks in a vacant shop on the main street in Dunlaoghaire as part of the The Creative Policies for Creative Networks at GRADCAM. As part of this residency she curated two events. During this time Jennifer and Sinead discussed the possibilities of co curating a show together in Galway. The result is the Live 8 themed “The Potential of Vacancy”
Artists have responded in a number of different ways from comments on Irelands property boom, to work dealing with the more psychological aspects of the theme to Vincent Sheridan's work mapping the flight of flocks of birds, He is concerned with the social behaviour, flight dynamics and subliminal 'brushstroke' patterns of birds in flight.