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The Economy of Appearances @ LCGA (Installation)

In this major exhibition, The Economy of Appearances, Curran draws these projects together for the first time, expanding the enquiry with newly commissioned work completed in Amsterdam. 681 more words

Research Practice

The Economy of Appearances @ Limerick City Gallery of Art

Opening Thursday, 3 September

‘In Mark Curran’s practice, projects unfold over time. (Since the late nineties) Curran has undertaken a cycle of long-term, ethnographically-informed multimedia research projects addressing the predatory context resulting from migrations and flows of global capital…in this major exhibition, The Economy of Appearances, he draws these projects together for the first time, while expanding the enquiry with newly commissioned work completed in Amsterdam.

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Research Practice

ANDREW KEARNEY: THE MEANING OF NOTHING │ Limerick City Gallery of Art → 8 January 2015

https://ashortspell.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/the-meaning-of-nothing1.wav

Biyñ hir, ɖz ʈñz ‘r’ hir in ɖz spêsz, incântrd bî vizitrz hu cm t ɖm, hu mīt ɖm in ɖ bildñ. Ɖer biyñ z xpirı̣nst az ɖ biyñ v matr, v mtirı̣lz rw or prôsest or cmbînd, n mtirı̣lz biyñ afctd bî ɖ iṃtirı̣l. 389 more words

Installation

ELAINE BYRNE: RAUMPLAN │ Limerick City Gallery of Art → 18 November 2014

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“Sūṗrimṗzišn, Simlṭneyti, Inttwînñ – 1920z ācitect Frīdric Kīzlr’z ācitcčṛl n spêšl inteṛgešnz r ɖ platfwmz fr Ilen Bŕn’z mixt mīdia odisi, fṛm ẇr š xaminz hâ w liv n hâ cd w liv btr.  494 more words

Sculpture