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stampfish:

Setup, a device 28th – 30th March | Opening: 27th March at 6pm Mill Street, Dublin 8 Opening hours: 12pm – 6pm
Setup, a device is an exhibition which presents the emerging practices of six forthcoming graduates of the National College of Art and Design, engaged in ongoing reciprocal research.
The construction of a framework is a setup, a device which must first be established in order for it to be undermined. Here we encounter a ruse, a gesture, an inquiry, a paradox, an axiom, a farce. These devices compete and contend in a voluminous site, staging their interrogation or subversion of subjects such as politics, theatre and identity.
Setup, a device takes place on Mill street, Dublin 8, from March 27th to 30th.
Artists include Renèe Helèna Browne, Avril Corroon, Kerry Guinan, Tara McKeon, Saoirse Wall and Eimear Walshe.
https://www.facebook.com/events/605676919518867/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
I’m in this exhibition with 5 other artists who are great, I’m very excited.

stampfish:

Setup, a device
28th – 30th March | Opening: 27th March at 6pm
Mill Street, Dublin 8
Opening hours: 12pm – 6pm

Setup, a device is an exhibition which presents the emerging practices of six forthcoming graduates of the National College of Art and Design, engaged in ongoing reciprocal research.

The construction of a framework is a setup, a device which must first be established in order for it to be undermined. Here we encounter a ruse, a gesture, an inquiry, a paradox, an axiom, a farce. These devices compete and contend in a voluminous site, staging their interrogation or subversion of subjects such as politics, theatre and identity.

Setup, a device takes place on Mill street, Dublin 8, from March 27th to 30th.

Artists include Renèe Helèna Browne, Avril Corroon, Kerry Guinan, Tara McKeon, Saoirse Wall and Eimear Walshe.

https://www.facebook.com/events/605676919518867/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming

I’m in this exhibition with 5 other artists who are great, I’m very excited.

Samuel Beckett Quad

Here is a naff maquette I made. Enjoy

Wall before wall, wall before wall, wall behind wall, passage in the room, room in the room, passage in the room, wall before wall, blue paper areas on the wall, room in the room, room in the room, red stone behind the room, lead in the floor, light around the room, wall before wall, shape in the wall, cube in the wall, black stone in the wall, moveable ceiling below the ceiling, passage in the room, wall before wall..(Sneider,1994, p15)

Donegal

Donegal