Fantasy of the Good Life | Group Exhibition at TACTIC, Cork

Fantasy of the Good Life | Group Exhibition at TACTIC, Cork

18 to 29 September 2017

TACTIC is proud to present “Fantasy of the Good Life,” an exhibition of emerging Cork artists, Lynn-Marie Dennehy, Tommy Feehan and Andrew McSweeney.

Quoting distinguished author and professor, Lauren Berlant “Fantasy of a Good Life” explores the relational dynamics between personal experience, ideas of success and failure, autonomy, and responsibility while questioning the agendas, strategies, and accountability of authorities and governing power structures.

Opening Reception:
6-9PM Culture Night, 22 September, The Crypt, O’Mahoney’s Avenue, St.Lukes.

TACTIC
3rd Floor of the Former Government Buildings, 10-19 Sullivan’s Quay, Cork
E: tactic@sample-studios.com
W: sample-studios.com

Call for art projects > PSF2016: Intermittence+Interference | Group Exhibition

CALL FOR ART PROJECTS

MILLENNIUM GALLERY: November 11, 2016

Deadline for submission: January 31, 2016

The PSF2016 in partnership with the Millennium Gallery – a joint effort of Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon University and Lusófona University – is calling for artists to submit an artwork to be presented at the group exhibition of the Post-Screen: International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures.


SCOPE

The PSF2016: Intermittence+Interference is focused in the themes of photography, film, museology and public space, in connection with the idea of post-screen underlying the festival’s name and purpose, which is to generate a dialogue between the artistic and technological fields, through multidisciplinary studies that contribute critically both to research and artistic practice.

Starting from the three areas already appointed, this project will address a set of topics related with the media, the proliferation and the unfolding of images in cyberspace, the new modalities of screens and their implications in spectatorship and audiences. The substantial increase of urban screens is also a potential field of investigation and reflection on new forms of interaction and collaborative environments in public spaces. The projection of light on urban surfaces arises, largely, as a way to create spaces for collective critical thought through which the video serves as a means for communication and not for consumption, often conveying a sense of political inquiry.

In addition to these aspects, issues related with algorithms, the decoding of images through different outputs, or the new imagery offered, for example, by satellite images, or even the possibilities generated by the virtual reality, are some of the themes to be addressed in this second edition of the PSF, taking into consideration new proposals and approaches which may arise during the course of the project.



Artists may submit an art project/artwork to be presented at the virtual gallery of the festival.

Submissions are accepted in various genres, such as:

  Installations (interactive, site-specific, etc.)

  Video

  Photography

  Audio

  Multiple projections

  Immersive environments

  Video-mapping

  Video-performance

  Cyberarte

  Visual Arts

Before submitting please read carefully the Artists Guidelines and the Rules and Regulation provided in our website.

Artworks will be evaluated through a single blind selection process by the Curatorial Commission.

Please submit by January 31, 2016 through this link:  https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=psf2016

All candidates will be notified by the end of April 2016.


For more information got to http://postscreenfestival.com

or contact postscreenfestival@gmail.com


Helena Ferreira

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‘Playing with Tradition’ | Group Exhibition at State Apartments Dublin Castle

Playing with Tradition
6 June – 6 September
State Apartments Dublin Castle, Dames Street, Dublin
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday, 10.00am- 5pm, Sunday 12.00-4pm

Nigel Atkinson, Karen Brennan, Una Burke, Maurice Clarke, Helen Cody, Seliena Coyle, Claire Curneen, Arthur Duff, Lisa Farmer, Jacopo Foggini, Isabelle de Borchgrave, De Vecchi, Paolo Giordano, Elisa Giovannnoni, Nuala Goodman, Richard Hutten, Marianna Kennedy, Alessandro Mendini, Uros Mihic, Paola Navone, Claire Anne O’ Brien, Donatella Pellini, Paola Navone, Gaetano Pesce, Jarmila Mucha Plockova, Jennifer Slattery, J.Hill Standard, Philip Treacy, Kyoko Wainai, Max Wax Zelouf and Bell .

The exhibition encompasses furniture, sculptural objects, tableware clothing and accessories. Each piece in the exhibition has its roots in traditional design and high quality craftmanship but with a twist which makes it contemporary. The participants are a mixture of Irish and international designers, some of whose work is well known in Ireland.

CONTACT: co-curator: nualagoodman@hotmail.com, administrator:celine.kennedy@opw.ie, press: colette.davis@opw.ie, jenny.deery@opw.ie

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‘The Artist Next Door’ | Group Exhibition at Gallery Revival

exhibitionThe Artist Next Door
Runs until the 30th of July
Gallery Revival, Main Street, Moneygall, Co. Offaly
Opening hours: Thursday – Saturday 12noon to 6pm, Sunday 2pm- 6pm.

A collective of artworks by local artists from Offaly, North Tipperary, East Clare and East Limerick.

Artists: Orla Clancy, Alison Rosse, Kathleen Gormley, Mary Pickering, Siobhan Leonard, Przemyslaw Zorylo, Geraldine Gleeson, Beate Gillson, Caitriona Meagher, Mary Lynam, Martin Spillane, Mary Keane, Helen O’Sullivan and Joseph-Philippe Bevillard.

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‘Free Range’ | A Group Exhibition at Unit 4

exhibitionFree Range
Exhibition curated by Felicity Clear and Beth O’Halloran
2 – 18 July 2015 | Opening: 2 July at 6.30 pm
Unit 4, James Joyce Street, Dublin 1
Opening Times: Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11 – 4pm

Free Range is a varied and eclectic exhibition of work from the group known as ‘The Place’ who have been nesting in the Incubation Space in Dublin City’s Arts Office, The Lab since April.

‘The Place’ is a collective of fifteen artists who graduated from NCAD together and who continued to work and further their arts education using the resources that are freely available. Each of them maintains their own studio practice.

They also attend lectures, events and openings, and relay the information gleaned to the rest of the group. They organise artist talks, workshops and critiques, directing their personal learning in the manner best suited to each of them and extending this to the collective.

The exhibition will be complemented by two events:
– There will be a public presentation and discussion of the collective’s experiences in Unit 4 on Saturday 4 July.
– A VAI Show and Tell devoted entirely to The Place collective will be held in the Incubation Space on 11 July.

Exhibiting Artists: Aileen Malone, Annabel Potterton, Dee Kerins, Donal Moriarty, Dorothy Moorhead, Gary O’Reilly, John McMenamin, Kate O’Neill, Mercedes Blanco, Nathalie Slachmuylders, Philip O’Meara, Phyliss Ryan, Shiela Ryan, Sue Reid