Dublin City Arts Office
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Past Exhibitions

trying to behave

trying to behave

Theresa Nanigian

April 06 - June 04 2017

A solo show by artist Theresa Nanigian

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IAWATST

IAWATST

Interesting And Weird At The Same Time

February 17 - March 26 2017

IAWATST is a collaborative exhibition organised by the Office of Public Works, the Department of Finance, and the LAB Gallery.

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Astronomical Mashup

Astronomical Mashup

Lucy McKenna

February 17 - March 26 2017

Lucy McKenna studied woven textiles at NCAD. She makes work in varied mediums including painting, drawing, film, photography and installation among others.

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A Different Republic

A Different Republic

Co-curated by Arts & Disability Ireland and Fire Station Artists’ Studios in partnership with the LAB Gallery.

November 17 - February 05 2017

New commissions from visual artists Aideen Barry, Amanda Coogan, Corban Walker and Suzanne Walsh.

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Tales from a Green Post Box

Tales from a Green Post Box

Jane Locke

September 09 - November 07 2016

Preview: Friday 9th September 2016

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To swallow a ball

To swallow a ball

Vanessa Donoso Lopez

September 09 - November 07 2016

Preview: Friday 9th September 2016

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Would You Die for Ireland?

Would You Die for Ireland?

John Byrne

June 24 - August 10 2016

The LAB Gallery is pleased to present this exhibition of new work by Dublin based artist John Byrne, co-produced with the Centre Culturel Irelandais in Paris.

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Chad Keveny

Chad Keveny

1916 REVISITED

June 24 - August 10 2016

As part of the LAB’s year long investigation into the relationship between art and commemoration, who is remembered, whose responsibility it is to remember and how we remember, we are pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Chad Keveny.

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1916: Images and Objects of a Foundation Myth

1916: Images and Objects of a Foundation Myth

A Symposium

May 19 - May 19 2016

Speakers include: Mary Anne Bolger, Hilary O'Kelly, Brenda Malone, Sabina Mac Mahon, John Beattie, Donal Maguire, Sheena Barrett and Lisa godson.

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John Beattie

John Beattie

Curated by Sheena Barrett and Donal Maguire

March 24 - June 11 2016

In collaboration with the National Gallery of Ireland and the ESB Centre for the Study of Irish Art

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So Through The Singing Land He Passed

So Through The Singing Land He Passed

Sabina Mac Mahon

March 24 - June 11 2016

Sabina Mac Mahon’s work is largely research-based and concerned with credibility, plausibility and parafiction, as defined by Carrie Lambert-Beatty in relation to Rosalind Krauss’ use of the associated term ‘paraliterary’. Mac Mahon is interested in how a truthlikeness or quality of realism in something, combined with the manner in which it is presented to the viewer, can lead to its acceptance as true or real because of the likeliness of the proposition to the truth. The artefacts, texts and primary sources that she creates are simultaneously real, not real and not not-real, and her work can be interpreted as a species of ‘fictive’ art, whereby a fiction is presented as fact and subsequently attains a truth-status for some people, some of the time.

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Closed for install - Next Exhibition Opening 24th March ‘16 - John Beattie & Sabina Mac Mahon

Closed for install - Next Exhibition Opening 24th March ‘16 - John Beattie & Sabina Mac Mahon

March 14 - March 24 2016

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Devotion // Welcome Back

Gillian Kenny and Michael McLoughlin

March 09 - September 30 2006

These works have been produced over a year during which both Kenny and McLoughlin worked with members of the travelling community at St. Margaret’s Halting Site, Ballymun as they each developed their own strand of work. In addition, McLoughlin has worked collaboratively with residents to produce a permanent artwork now sited at the entrance to St. Margaret’s, Ballymun.

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In the Flesh

In the Flesh

Bridget O'Gorman

January 21 - March 12 2016

The LAB Gallery is pleased to present In the Flesh by Bridget O'Gorman. This is the first series of three exhibitions where contemporary artists have been invited to make new work in response to the 1916 Rising in collaboration with other research partners and institutions.

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Amazement Insulates Us All / Memento Vita

Amazement Insulates Us All / Memento Vita

George Bolster and Damien Doyle

December 02 - January 16 2016

The LAB Gallery in association with First Fortnight is proud to present Amazement Insulates Us All/Memento Vita an exhibition featuring Dublin artist Damien Doyle and Cork artist George Bolster.

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George Bolster

George Bolster

First Fortnight Festival

November 20 - January 16 2016

A a significant exhibition bringing together George Bolster’s practice as a curator and an artist.

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Lamellae

Lamellae

Laura Ní Fhlaibhín

November 20 - January 16 2016

Laura Ní Fhlaibhín graduated from N.C.A.D. in 2013, with a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art Paint.

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Glencree Intervention

Glencree Intervention

David Lunney

September 03 - November 08 2015

New work from emerging artist based in Dublin.

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Emma Donaldson

Emma Donaldson

Curated by Sheena Barrett

September 03 - November 08 2015

A collection of new and recent work by Emma Donaldson.

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Heavyside

Heavyside

Kevin Kirwan

July 25 - August 08 2015

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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When the Ceiling Meets the Floor

When the Ceiling Meets the Floor

Susan Connolly

April 30 - June 13 2015

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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Magenta Honey

Magenta Honey

Gabhann Dunne

April 20 - June 20 2015

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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Welcome Disturbances

Welcome Disturbances

January 30 - April 11 2015

The LAB Gallery, in partnership with UCD Art in Science, is delighted to present Welcome Disturbances, an exhibition and programme of related events.

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The Amulet

The Amulet

Marie Brett

January 15 - March 28 2015

The Amulet, by artist Marie Brett, is an exhibition that deals with the tragedy of infant loss.

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The Grand Scheme

The Grand Scheme

Vera Klute

November 28 - January 10 2015

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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Quaternion Quest

Quaternion Quest

Aisling O’ Beirn

September 11 - November 08 2014

An exhibition related to William Hamilton's inscription of the formula for Quaternion multiplication on Broom Bridge.

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Supernature

Supernature

Linda Shevlin

June 20 - August 30 2014

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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But Never Mind

But Never Mind

Hannah Mooney

June 20 - July 31 2014

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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Of Space and Place

Of Space and Place

Margo McNulty and Geraldine O'Reilly

April 11 - June 07 2014

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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Ultra

Ultra

Barbara Knezevic

April 11 - June 07 2014

Barbara Knezevic’s work is concerned with how objects function materially, ontologically and economically in the world. The work is primarily sculptural in form, and considers the peculiar human relationship to the things around us that is typified by the art-object.

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Tonight, you can call me Trish

Tonight, you can call me Trish

Curated by RGKSKSRG

February 07 - March 22 2014

Alan Butler, Mark Durkan, Mary-Jo Gilligan, Oliver Laric, Rachel Maclean, Eilis McDonald, Brenna Murphy, James Ó hAodha, Pilvi Takala.

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I’m astonished wall, that you haven’t collapsed into ruins

I’m astonished wall, that you haven’t collapsed into ruins

MARK DURKAN

November 15 - January 25 2014

An exhibition that looks toward a future fantasy. Within this fantasy, the artist imagines a fate where human population has dramatically decreased, making material opulence abundant while renewing a ritualistic emphasis on the acquirement of vital resources.

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He

He

Alan-James Burns

November 06 - July 20 2013

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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Nine

Nine

Curated by Liz Coman and Lynn McGrane

July 27 - November 01 2013

NINE explores a pivotal developmental time in a child’s life. This is identified as the age when children are expanding their ideas about the world and becoming autonomous human beings, yet still need lots of security and reassurance from their family group.

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Some songs are sung slower

Some songs are sung slower

Mick Wilson

January 18 - September 03 2013

The LAB is pleased to present Mick Wilson’s first solo show in over a decade.

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Cut Throat

Cut Throat

Rachel Tynan

September 07 - October 27 2012

The Lab in association with Dublin City of Science 2012 presents Cut Throat.

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THE LASTWORDSHOW

THE LASTWORDSHOW

JAMES MERRIGAN

July 09 - October 20 2012

The artist-cum-art critic James Merrigan, has placed his two personas/professions in the gallery simultaneously.

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Between Leaving and a Possible Return

Between Leaving and a Possible Return

NEIL CARROLL

May 18 - July 28 2012

New work from emerging artist based in Dublin.

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Site Line

Site Line

Maggie Madden

May 18 - July 28 2012

In Maggie Madden's recent work, a diverse array of collected materials are crafted into fragile sculptural formations with geometric affinities.

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Other- Stuff

Other- Stuff

Catherine Delaney

March 15 - April 21 2012

‘Other Stuff’ questions how art can embed itself in the surface of reality, not to look like reality or imitate it but in effect exchange and replace reality for the truth.

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LABOUR

LABOUR

Curated by Chrissie Cadman, Amanda Coogan and Helena Walsh

March 09 - March 10 2012

Anne Quail - Elvira Santamaria Torres - Amanda Coogan - Pauline Cummins - Ann Maria Healy - Chrissie Cadman -Frances Mezzeti - Áine O’Dwyer Áine Phillips - Helena Walsh - Michelle Browne.

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In Paint; In Teeth; In Mountains; In Stars

In Paint; In Teeth; In Mountains; In Stars

Orla Whelan

December 09 - January 21 2012

Solo show by Dublin based artist Orla Whelan.

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Rodeo Oracle

Rodeo Oracle

Aoibheann Greenan

December 09 - January 07 2012

Rodeo Oracle refers to the ideological debate surrounding the issue of indigenous whaling in the Pacific Northwest. The ongoing struggle of North American Indian tribes to practice their treaty-protected right to hunt whales is one that resonates with attempts by indigenous people worldwide to maintain their customary subsistence patterns and cultural self- determination.

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Quantified Self

Quantified Self

Michelle Browne, Cliona Harmey, Saoirse Higgins and Bea McMahon

October 19 - March 11 2011

This exhibition and the complementary events programme questions the relationship between intelligent systems for the monitoring and collecting human-generated content, (including psychographic, geographic and biometric data), what new forms of self-knowledge might emerge from bringing this information together, and what future implications might be for human cognition.

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Islanded in a Sea of Stars

Islanded in a Sea of Stars

Ruth E. Lyons

September 02 - October 08 2011

A solo exhibition of new work by Irish artist Ruth E. Lyons.

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Out of Order

Out of Order

Niall de Buitléar

August 07 - August 20 2011

Methodically built up and intensively accumulated layers are worked and reworked, the resulting pieces reminiscent of a cell within a larger organism, part of a greater whole – alive and continuing to colonise.

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The Author of Unusual Papers

The Author of Unusual Papers

Diana Caramaschi - Monica Flynn - Colleen Lambe - Susan Thomson

May 27 - June 25 2011

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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‘out on the sea was a boat full of people singing’ and other stories

‘out on the sea was a boat full of people singing’ and other stories

Michelle Browne

March 04 - April 09 2011

Michelle has become synonymous with public event based work, and here she looks at how to translate these works to the gallery setting. Presenting past performance work is an oft-sited challenge and Browne grapples with the inherent difficulty in documenting temporary and performative artwork.

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‘Secret or Lie?’

‘Secret or Lie?’

Ciara Scanlan

March 03 - March 23 2011

Working the traditional business hours of 9-5, artist Ciara Scanlan will operate ‘The Product Service Company’, from her office temporarily sited at the corner gallery of the LAB.

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Policing Dialogues

Policing Dialogues

By What’s the Story? Collective

September 14 - October 23 2010

How young people feel about power and powerlessness in their dealings with the Gardaí is at the heart of a groundbreaking art exhibition. Policing Dialogues is an honest and raw exploration of neighbourhood relations of power in South Inner City Dublin told through the very personal stories of teenagers.

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Monto

Monto

Anna Berndtson

September 02 - September 02 2010

Performance is the foundation of Berndtson’s practice, particularly in the form of long duration performance installations. Inspired by the history of the north east inner city, this performance draws on the experience of local Irish women and how this relates back to the artist’s own family history.

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Somewhere but here, another other place

Somewhere but here, another other place

Maria McKinney

August 07 - August 28 2010

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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It’s nice to meet our friends once in a while

It’s nice to meet our friends once in a while

Michael McLoughlin

May 06 - May 29 2010

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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Maradona two-for four

Maradona two-for four

Cullinan and Richards

March 19 - April 24 2010

Curated by Padraic E. Moore

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City of Women

City of Women

Jaki Irvine

January 14 - February 27 2010

Presented in collaboration with Draíocht

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My World is Over

My World is Over

Mark Clare

November 04 - December 23 2009

My World is Over is an exhibition that articulates and constructs parallels between the current global economic rupture and historical and political ideologies.

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Beginning at the End of the Tale

Beginning at the End of the Tale

Magnhild Opdøl

November 03 - December 23 2009

The work in Opdøl's new exhibition, moves away from ubiquitous appropriations and enters meta-physical realms. These works are exercises in exploring systems and cycles of life and death and consequently allow the viewer peer into that gap between the concept and the form where her creative decisions exist.

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I see a darkness II

I see a darkness II

Mark Cullen

September 09 - October 24 2009

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Force Majeure

Force Majeure

Aideen Barry, Lynda Devenney, Benjamin Gaulon, Vera Klute, Bea McMahon and The Grafting Parlour

August 31 - October 24 2009

Curated by Sheena Barrett and Saoirse Higgins

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Under the bluebells

Under the bluebells

Paul McKinley

July 24 - August 26 2009

Curated by Sheena Barrett

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366 Moons

366 Moons

Louise Neiland

June 27 - July 18 2009

A painting installation by Louise Neiland

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Overworld

Overworld

Tadhg McSweeney

July 18 - August 23 2008

Based in memory McSweeney’s work explores a kind of fictional world: envisioning past, future and present places.

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Trapezium

Trapezium

Jeco Sword

June 10 - July 10 2008

Trapezium is the second exhibition by Jeco Sword. A Trapezium is a constellation of four stars that together form a unique relationship. This exhibition of new work presents an exchange of ideas and reveals the investigative nature of their project. By assembling the wide range of art practices in one space this inventive exhibition will explore notions of inter-connectivity and resonance.

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A line describing nothings

A line describing nothings

Paul Murnaghan

May 09 - May 31 2008

This exhibition continues Murnaghan’s line of enquiry into belief systems and the fragmentary points of intersection between the spiritual, scientific and psychological.

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The Garden of Digital Lies

The Garden of Digital Lies

Curated by K Bear Koss

April 03 - April 26 2008

Artists: Alan Butler, Rob Costello, Benjamin Gaulon, K Bear Koss, Tim Lloyd, Jack Phelan, Sharon Phelan, Tim Redfern.

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Demesne

Demesne

Seamus Nolan

February 16 - March 22 2008

Seamus Nolan’s Demesne is created out of discarded cardboard and considers the distinction between waste and possibility, examining the role of landscape in the process of objectifying a concrete relationship with the external. The work considers the notion of a temporal relationship with place, looking at how the leisure or tourist industry assimilate the transitory experience of living in nature while the actual culture of historically nomadic people is situated outside of a legitimate public experience.

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Flat Earth Society

Flat Earth Society

Alan Butler and Hazel Lim

January 23 - February 07 2008

The LAB in association with the Asia Europe Foundation is pleased to present Flat Earth Society a collaborative exhibition by Hazel Lim (Singapore) and Alan Butler (Ireland)

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LAUNCH

LAUNCH

Curated by Sheena Barrett & Lee Welch

December 14 - January 20 2007

Four and The LAB are pleased to present LAUNCH, an exhibition supporting recent graduates. LAUNCH was initiated to support young emerging Irish artists at an early stage in their professional practice.

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Seven Miles Above the Earth

Seven Miles Above the Earth

Thomas Brezing

November 15 - December 08 2007

This new series of large scale paintings and installations by Thomas Brezing consider his relationship to the country he grew up in and a childhood dramatically affected by learning about World War I and II.

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Felicity Clear

Felicity Clear

Felicity Clear

October 11 - November 24 2007

In a series of small scale multiples accompanying the show; a scene is played over and over again each image slightly different then the last. There is a sense of déjà vu, of a memory played over, an insistence through repetition. But as in the larger scale works also an implication that this attempt to make sense, may prove difficult if not impossible.

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What’s Behind Your Eye?

What’s Behind Your Eye?

Cotillion

September 12 - October 04 2007

Cotillion is a collective of emerging contemporary artists; Gayle Anderson, Kevin Gaffney, Frances Hayes & Alan Burns. Formed in 2005, Cotillion has since produced five collaborative exhibitions; most notable All Shook Up as part of Tulca 2006 and The Forest of the Fallen Moon at Broadstone XL in July 2007.

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ENCLOSE

ENCLOSE

CX HAYDEN

September 12 - October 05 2007

C X Hayden is a Dublin based artist whose exhibition, Enclose, is a photographic study of the enclosed spaces. It examines the concepts of spatial limits and our relationship to them.He is interested in the dichotomy between what seems to exist and what may not exist.

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A Model Society

A Model Society

Sarah Browne

September 12 - October 05 2007

Sarah Browne’s work examines macro social structures through engaging with micro audiences. The work is typically carried out with the participation of a ‘community’ where the work is based, or creates a fictional or temporary community for itself.

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Order and Chaos

Order and Chaos

Janine Davidson, Tom Moore and Fiona McDonald in collaboration with Nicholas Ward.

August 01 - August 25 2007

Order and Chaos' is a collaborative exhibition that brings together the LAB and the Black Church print studio to celebrate twenty-five years of the print studio.

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No Fighting in the War Room

No Fighting in the War Room

Alan Mongey

July 17 - August 25 2007

An aesthetic reminiscent of boyhood war games pervades the exhibition and this is reinforced by the title. ‘No Fighting in the War Room’ is one of a number of recent exhibitions that make the ‘war on terror’ a central concern.

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Dublin Stories

Dublin Stories

The Third Person

July 03 - July 25 2007

The Third Person - Oliver Flexman & Steven Dickie.

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Pleasures and Days

Pleasures and Days

Mark Beatty, Frederica Bastide Duarte, Ian Charlesworth, Paul Flannery, Roisín Lewis, John O’Connell and The Fold.

April 24 - June 09 2007

Curated by Sheena Barrett and Brian Fay.

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After the Fact

After the Fact

Michelle Deignan

March 14 - April 17 2007

Deignan’s videos play with the conventions of broadcast programmes and artists’ moving image works. The videos in “After the fact”, are mischievous and idiosyncratic. They combine information of varied significance with often humorous auto-biographical scripts and anecdotes.

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A Whole New Architecture of Reality

A Whole New Architecture of Reality

Doireann Wallace

March 14 - April 17 2007

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Meantime

Meantime

Stephen Gunning

February 02 - February 24 2007

For this show Stephen Gunning presents three new video works. The first film (15mins) was shot during the riots that disrupted the love Ulster parade through Central Dublin on the 25th Feb 2006.

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Below the Surface

Below the Surface

Cathy Henderson

January 07 - February 07 2007

A series of oil on canvas portraits of Dublin City Council maintenance workers. The paintings are augmented by a revealing recording of the people in the paintings who talk about their work in the public domain and the attitudes of the citizens of Dublin to them and the work that they do.

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The Umbrella Project

The Umbrella Project

Rhona Byrne

November 10 - November 25 2006

An exhibition and book launch by Rhona Byrne

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Tidings

Tidings

Christine Mackey

October 18 - November 25 2006

Dublin City Council presents Tidings, an art book and exhibition of drawings by Christine Mackey arising from a collaborative process with residents of Ballybough.

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Viewpoint

Viewpoint

Katrina Maguire

October 11 - November 10 2006

Maguire has a longstanding relationship with the Middle East and has travelled to Bahrain for over 15 years. Viewpoint is a series of works that negotiate this relationship, between people and place, memory and tradition. Katrina has collated testimonies of personal and cultural memory of family and friends living in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.

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Why Stop Now?

Why Stop Now?

Vera Klute

October 05 - October 28 2006

Why Stop Now? explores the relationship between thought and existence. Klute’s video installation, Hum-drum, considers the ways in which people try to protect the realities they create for themselves. Through busying ourselves with continuous tasks we evade unpleasant thoughts or self-reflection in order to maintain a state of denial.

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Jeanette Doyle

Jeanette Doyle

Curated by Sheena Barrett

October 05 - November 05 2006

New work by artist Jeanette Doyle

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Devotion // Welcome Back

Devotion // Welcome Back

Gillian Kenny // Michael McLoughlin

September 07 - September 30 2006

These works have been produced over a year during which both Kenny and McLoughlin worked with members of the travelling community at St. Margaret’s Halting Site, Ballymun, as they each developed their own strand of work. In addition, McLoughlin has worked collaboratively with residents to produce a permanent artwork now sited at the entrance to St. Margaret’s, Ballymun.

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Acadia Diamond Mist // Tales of a City

Acadia Diamond Mist // Tales of a City

Beth O’Halloran // Desmond Kenny

July 27 - August 26 2006

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ORDER

ORDER

Bea McMahon

June 20 - July 15 2006

Bea McMahon’s background in Mathematical Physics may seem a peculiar route into the visual arts and at first glance the mathematical ideas informing these works, which range across a variety of media, may not be obvious. The seemingly disparate content of the works, including descriptions of squiggles, sub-atomic particle detectors, animals and a young man, slowly reveal themselves to possess layers of interconnectivity. As more and more patterns emerge, we begin to feel an uncanny sense of an underlying order.

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Mirroring

FAF Artists Group - Ian-John Coughlan, Suzanne Mooney, Linda O'Keeffe, Barbara Vasic

May 03 - June 13 2006

The quadruple make up of work interspersed in the Lab space, contains the conjoined and separate practices of the artists Ian-John Coughlan, Suzanne Mooney, Linda O'Keeffe and Barbara Vasic. In their proposal for creating work as a group, they are looking to not only link a similar idea, but also reflect each other’s works.

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Mirroring

FAF Artists Group - Ian-John Coughlan, Suzanne Mooney, Linda O'Keeffe, Barbara Vasic

May 03 - June 13 2006

The quadruple make up of work interspersed in the Lab space, contains the conjoined and separate practices of the artists Ian-John Coughlan, Suzanne Mooney, Linda O'Keeffe and Barbara Vasic. In their proposal for creating work as a group, they are looking to not only link a similar idea, but also reflect each other’s works.

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An outside view of our ever changing city

An outside view of our ever changing city

Marie Falksten

March 24 - April 22 2006

A unique exhibition exploring the relationship between Dublin City and its people as seen through the eyes of Swedish photographer Marie Falksten is being launched by Dublin City Council.

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DAEDAL(US) 2

DAEDAL(US) 2

ESTHER SHALEV-GERZ

January 17 - February 10 2006

An exhibition of new work by Paris based artist Esther Shalev Gerz

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